World Cup soccer is over for this tournament, and Germany bowed out earlier than expected. But German food at Checkers Old Munchen restaurant in Pompano Beach never disappoints.
Niko Kovac, the new coach of Bayern Munich, had plenty of criticism for German soccer ESPN reported recently. He said earlier this month that German soccer players lack “flair.” He also said that youth development of soccer players in Germany was insufficient.
Kovac took over after Jupp Heynckes retired at the end of last season.
“In [German] youth development, more attention should be paid to the fact that football needs artists as well as craftsmen and workhorses,” Kovac said.
He said in South America and the Mediterranean there are “still street footballers who enjoy playing for the crowd or making fun of an opponent” but “in Germany, that’s something that, too often, you are taught not to do.”
The Germans were done in Russia with a 2-0 loss to South Korea. The Germans ended group play as the last-place team in Group F.
It might be a long four years before you can cheer on Germany in World Cup soccer again, but that doesn’t meant that you can’t enjoy German food and culture.
One of the best ways to embrace German culture is to go to Checkers Old Munchen German restaurant in Pompano and enjoy wonderful, authentic German food like their house specialty Wienershnitzels and Wurstplatte.
And make sure you leave room for dessert. You can enjoy authentic German favorites like omemade apple strudel, Black Forest cake, German Chocolate Cake, Kelly’s Raspberry Sponge Cake and pineapple upside down cake.
And wash down your meal with one of the rotating beers on draught. Pilsners, lagers, darks, IPAs — there’s something for everyone at Checkers Old Munchen German restaurant in Pompano Beach. Stop in today and enjoy a great, authentic German meal.Read More