MostBest Seattle | German

It could take you hours to decide which German restaurant is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

When you have a big appetite, German food alongside a nice cold brew always hits the spot. These favorites serve up generous portions of authentic grub in atmospheres that are hard to beat.


via Feierabend

via Feierabend

Feierabend means “quitting time,” and it’s the perfect place to head after leaving a long day at the office. Relax and let the stresses of the day slip away as you indulge in gigantic portions of German fare with a Pacific Northwest twist. Aside from the incredible food, there are also 18 German beers on tap, all served in their proper glassware for an authentic experience.

We Love The: Vegetable Strudel, Schnitzel

422 Yale Ave N
(206) 340-2528


via Heidelberg Haus

via Heidelberg Haus

Heidelberg Haus serves up Southern German food like you’ve never seen before. This quaint, no-frills establishment focuses on authenticity of the cuisine—expect a rich and comforting taste that you’d only experience by traveling to Germany. This family-owned restaurant serves unique meals prepared with traditional recipes and ingredients—everything is made from scratch.

We Love The: Spaetzle, Jaegerschnitzel, Wienershnitzel, Black Forest Cherry Cake

2122 NE 65th St
(206) 466-5369


via Flickr user jan zeschky

via Flickr user jan zeschky

If you think you’ve died and gone to hotdog heaven, you’re probably just at The Wurst Place. Belgian Style Frites are a local favorite, served with an array of dipping sauces including a Garlic Rosemary Aioli and the Hell Sauce. With a wide selection of draft beers, long tables, and a spacious dining area and bar, this bratwurst joint is the perfect place to host parties with friends and coworkers.

We Love The: Whiskey Soaked Pork Brat, Spicy Bison Bratwurst, Belgian Style Frites

510 Westlake Ave N
(206) 623-3548