FOOD & DRINKS
We Palatinates love good food and socializing. We are accordingly proud of our regional delicacies and extraordinary refreshment stops.
Palatinate hut and beer garden culture
Do not miss any of the numerous hikers' huts, which offer delicious cakes and hearty Palatinate dishes for small money, especially on Sundays and public holidays.
Beer and Wine
In addition to several beer breweries, viticulture is also an issue in the West Palatinate. Contrary to what one would think at first glance, there are also areas here where fine wines are produced.
Saumagen & Palatinate Plate
Saumagen - a pork stomach stuffed with pork meat, potatoes and spices - is by far the best-known dish in the Palatinate, that tastes much better than its name suggests - just give it a try!
Herzdrigger & Co.
Potato and flour dishes are the heart of Palatinate cuisine and are known for their variety and variability, as well as for their unusual names. Who knows what a "Herzdrigger" is?
FRESH FROM NATURE
The extensive forests of the region have always served the West Palatinate as a source of food. In addition to game products, it offers a natural home to a variety of mushrooms and other delicacies such as the tasty "Keschde".
The influences of northern French cuisine can be seen in the West Palatinate: a crispy flame cake is often served with wine or wine spritzer. Bakers, confectioners and cooks from the neighboring country have also settled in the West Palatinate to delight the Palatinate palate ...