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NYNM
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German Road Food... - Sat, 02/5/11 10:19 PM
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Just came across this site, good example of road food in Heidelberg:
http://geschmack.wordpres..m/category/doner-kebab/
 
Due to many Turkish etc. "guest workers", doner kebab is quite popular. Road (airplane) trip anyone?

jerrstan
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Re:German Road Food... - Sat, 02/5/11 11:39 PM
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Stationed in Heidelberg for three years...... a very long time ago, it was nice to see a few places that I frequented were still
there.  Lots to see, do, and eat there then.
Thanks for reviving those memories!

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Re:German Road Food... - Sun, 02/6/11 2:28 AM
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Very nice city.
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Re:German Road Food... - Mon, 02/7/11 2:56 PM
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Was stationed at Landstuhl many years ago. and thank you for some places I have been to in Heidelburg.
Christmas in Heidelburg foods and all. short train hop home.
Three day passes where easy to get and Europe you could eat everywhere in a weekend. Spent more time in Bavaria and Switzerland.

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Re:German Road Food... - Mon, 07/11/11 10:19 AM
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Lets not forget about German Fast Food Franchises & Non-Roadfood Chains:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FZI99nwv9VA
(There are a few other versions of this song by the same artist as well on Youtube. 
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Re:German Road Food... - Mon, 07/11/11 10:25 AM
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Roadfood....German....Thailand....only one place to try first:
 
http://www.beiotto.com/
 
Many other great German places here, but none match Otto's.