We made two visits, the first on Saturday 30th November. Food was overpriced, but OK, Currywurst which is a bratwurst or Krankauer cut into slices and covered with curry sauce is £5, the normal sausage in a roll £4. The Gluwein is £4.50 for 200ml, and you have to pay £2.50 deposit for each boot mug which you get back. There are no fried potatoes, apple cakes or sauerkraut. I mentioned this to my wife who was unable to hear me over the din coming from the central stage. Characters in florescent clothing and baseball caps waving there hands and arms about with mouths pressed up the microphone spouting unintelligible jibberish about life on the wrong side of the tracks, while their trousers looked like they were about to fall down. Absolutely what you want at a Christmas market. Nice seasonal touch.
Second visit, Sunday the 1st. The din had been replaced by something a bit more seasonal, but this time, no currywurst. Basic stuff for a German market. This one I am afraid is a poor effort.
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