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Enchanting Town In Hahndorf

FROM JACOB'S CREEK, we were taken to the third and last destination, Hahndorf.  I was told that it was also known as German Village.  Hahndorf is the most enchanting town of the Adelaide Hills where tourists feeel like we have stepped back in time.  This leafy Elm tree-lined Bavarian village is a smorgasboad of craft  shops, artisan bakers and cheesse makers, art galleries, cafes and historia inns.
We were given an hour to enjoy ourselves in this village....
And we quickly sped up our walk to this Hahndorf Inn...
Don't waste time, man.....
My brother told me that they served the best German meal here...
Very quickly we went through the menu...
Okay, not me, anyway... I know next to nothing when it comes to western food...
Three types of beer were ordered...
c Cheers from Hahndorf!
A Must Order from the menu $45
Six Star Sausage Combination...
Deluxe Vienna,, Bratwurst, Bockwurst, Plain Kransky, Cheese Kransky 
and Weisswurst, served with sauerkraut, rhine potato, 2 pretzels and German mustards...
I gave a WOW for this one!
Char Grilled Pork Rib Racks... $45.00
 One of their most famous dishes... 
Okay... let's start!!
Oh... hang on...
One for the album!!
Still got some leftover to take home....  just a bit too full to finish them all....
We still have some minutes to spare before the hour was up.... 
Wanted to try tasting an ice cream.. but the tummy said NO...
So instead... it was walk and walking on....
And before we left Hadndorf, we took a picture....
At the last moment, this guy jumped up from the seat there and waved towards the camera!
Oh well... that ended our day tour... 
And we reached our hotel around 5.30pm.. feeling tired but contented...

 
 

Comments

  1. Wah! what a hearty meal. The char grilled pork rib racks are no delicious looking, so mouth-watering and with beer to go with it. Yums!

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    1. Beer is for show... both of us were "berlagak-ing" only... hahaha

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  2. The houses here look so quaint! German restaurant? Was there pork knuckle and sauerkraut on their menu? Does the sauerkraut has sour taste? All of you must be small eaters since need to tapao because cannot finish the food.

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    1. Yes, Pork knuckle is in the menu but we didn't order them because we were just provided lunch at one place before we reached the German village...

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  3. no wonder the name Hahndorf sounds so German to me, haha!! so the one hour free and easy was spent eating the best German food in town!! horay!! love the sausages, the ribs but don't love your stomach that said no to the gelato.. haha!! few of you just share one to have a little taste mah~~ :p

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    1. Yes, we had lunch before we came here actually...

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  4. I love it! It really does all look German. Also I like the wooden holder for the beer.

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    1. Yes, I like the holder too... can hold three at one go...

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  5. Very nice village.. Oh yes, when it comes to German food must have sausages and cheese, and pork knuckles too..

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  6. Wow, I like the way they serve the beer...

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  7. Wah!! Look at all those meat!!! Oh yes yes yessss!!!

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  8. Grilled pork ribs, so huge and looks juicy. Serve with beer, lagi best.

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  9. Indeed it feels like back in time with those cottages-look. Talking about German, it reminded me of sausages and beers. Haha. Grilled pork ribs. They looks yummy.

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    1. Indeed very nicely marinated especially the BBQ sauce...

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  10. Have you been to Central Market yet? Two really good food
    courts (try Singapore Delights at the smaller one).

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    1. We went the next morning.. but didn't try the Singapore delights.. :)

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  11. Ahhhhhhh!!!! Go such places must eat stuff like this!!! Yum yum yum yum!!!

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  12. very filling meals..one of the most enjoyable thing to do during the trip is to enjoy good food..

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