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EATING IN STUTTGART

May 4th, 2011 | Posted by The Booyah Cook in Food | Germany - (0 Comments)

What is it about shop windows in other countries? This one is a “classic” to say the least.

Fortunately, a visit the the Asparagus Farm restaurant leaves me with no uncertainly. There is only one thing to do.

That is, EAT.

Wewere there the day before the start of the the asparagus season festival. The factory, on site, was still running “peeling” I guess the while asparagus getting ready for the extra trade at the farms restaurant. I can’t remember the name of the place. I have the card somewhere.

Here is Anthony at the farm with a display of vintage tractors. [?! Men huh ?!]

Here is a really weird colour for a weave on the road. Wait… That is in London. Not Stuttgart.

While we were in town, we went to the big Dom. Here is Money Boy letting us know wazzup. At this fair, we had amazing food in the beer garden. Why didn’t I take any pictures of the sour cream pizza and wurst and potatoes? I don’t know. I also made the worlds funniest joke here paddling my own arse in front of a giant keg full of drung men without realising.

We also couldn’t leave Stuttgart without some Swabisch fair from the local microbrewery, Calwer-Eck-Bräu

Location:
Stuttgart city centre vis à vis “Calwer Passage”
pedestrian area “Calwer Straße”, first floor

Parking:
“Kronprinzgarage”, 24 hours

Public transport:
S-Bahn, all trains, stop “Stadtmitte”,
exit “Rotebühlplatz/Calwer Straße”

 


Ploughman’s Lunch


Vegemite Sandwiches


Hot Raspberry


The kids menu.


An ordinary coffee


Raspberries from the farm

9 Christmas Hills Road Elizabethtown Tasmania 7304 AUSTRALIA
mid way between Deloraine & Elizabethtown just off the bass Highway A1
Tel : +61 (0)3 63622186