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drink and food prices

Lancashire
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drink and food prices

We will be on a B& B basis when we visit so we will be sampling the local bars and restaurants. What sort of prices can we expect to pay for local beers, wines, spirits, tea coffee and meals for 2 adults

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Lancashire
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2. Re: drink and food prices

8 Euro for a large beer,!!! you have got to be kidding. That is nearly £8 Uk sterling.

Dusseldorf, Germany
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3. Re: drink and food prices

Instead of "large" beer read "XXL" beer. He means a litre. And €8.00 would even for a litre be expensive.

Just an example for a very typical restaurant with regional cuisine:

Small dishes:

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Dinner:

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Beverages:

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They offer lunch for €5.80 to €9.80.

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Chester,England
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5. Re: drink and food prices

Dink,

Even at the present dire exchange rate, food and drink prices in Germany( we were in Munich and Berchtesgaden in April) are no worse than in the UK.

I would say you may even pay less for a meal and drink than you would in the Lakes.And it's all good stuff. Enjoy!

Ethelman, to be pedantic, €7.20 is about £6.50, at least until our next devaluation.

Los Angeles
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6. Re: drink and food prices

Also, most restaurants have "Mittagstisch" which means daily lunch specials that changes daily. Usually they are between €5-7

Outstde of Bavaria a large beer is usually 0.5l and cost €3.50-€3.80

Rayleigh, United...
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7. Re: drink and food prices

"Ethelman, to be pedantic, €7.20 is about £6.50, at least until our next devaluation."

It wasn't me who came up with the "nearly £8", in my defence.

Let's just forget what I said. Clearly it's wrong.

Berwick-upon-Tweed...
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8. Re: drink and food prices

Prices - a beer, if you pay over €4 a beer (500cl) you’ve been touched. Anything around the €3.20 to €3.80 is the norm.

Food - depends obviously what you eat. Varies from €7 for sausages to €23 ish for steak but pork dishes can be anything from €8 to €16 I’d say.

Certainly not any more expensive than the uk and for me slightly cheaper in my experience. Also please remember the beer is top quality stuff not your uk standard pish of Carling or fosters.

Berwick-upon-Tweed...
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9. Re: drink and food prices

Prices - a beer, if you pay over €4 a beer (500cl) you’ve been touched. Anything around the €3.20 to €3.80 is the norm.

Food - depends obviously what you eat. Varies from €7 for sausages to €23 ish for steak but pork dishes can be anything from €8 to €16 I’d say.

Certainly not any more expensive than the uk and for me slightly cheaper in my experience. Also please remember the beer is top quality stuff not your uk standard pish of Carling or fosters.

Chester,England
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10. Re: drink and food prices

In the Augustiner Braustuben in Munich they had draught Helles, at €2.75 a half litre,€5.50 a litre.

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