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Q: Where to buy German food?

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Where to buy authentic German food in Shanghai?

Like authentic Bratwurst, mustard, bread, Sauerkraut etc.?

I am not looking for a restaurant. I would like to go to one store that has everything.

9 years 4 weeks ago in  Shopping - Shanghai

 
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Well you could try my beloved Wal-mart but I doubt they would have everything you need in just that one store. You may be able to pick up some of your items at the Wal-mart super center they have in Shanghai and for the rest if you can't get everything you need go to Carrefour. I know they have all types of imported goods. I have been to one smaller store that has a lot of imported goods, but this was in a shopping mall in one of those smaller marketplaces. Try the shopping malls with the international market places like BHM I think it's called. 

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Ah Bratwurst und Sauerkraut! Now I am hungry. I am not a Shanghai expert but I have found some German items in international supermarkets here. I even found Dr.Oetker Vanille Zucker in one supermarket in Beijing but have yet to find Semmel Knoedel anywhere in China.  My wife talks about Taobao a lot so I think you can find some German foods there too.

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Metro has  Bratwurst and Burenwurst. They are a German store after all.

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The answer is Metro

 

 

The jiving non-answer is ....

 

 

Do you know who was the wurst brat?

 

Adolf .....

 

In contrast I hear that Mozart was a Wunderkind

 

not to mention the Katch und Hammer kids

 

Gott in Himmel, I asked you not to mention them

 

Now a serious question:

who was better James Last or Bert Kaemfert?

 

ganz genau

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"Where to buy" 

 

I think you mean: "Where can I buy"

 

stop this "where to" crap I'm tired of it. 

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  I know one place near Xin tian Di.

  That super market called 全洲超市-japanplaza

  You can by line 10 and get of in Xin Tian di. you will see it.

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7 years 36 weeks ago

Better mandarin,Better life.rnFight for the best mandarin school in shanghai!!!

 
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Nobody said Germany?

Come on. too easy.

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