Bavarian classics are the norm, with Paulaner and Hacker Pschorr beer costing €4.20 a pint and a full repertoire of roast pork, sausage and leberkäse. It might not fit with the traditional Bavarian aesthetic, but the Allianz Arena also boasts some leftfield food options, such as spring rolls, warm foccacia and wraps. The Allianz Arena was also voted the most vegetarian and vegan friendly stadium in Germany, so make the most of that rare luxury for non-meat eaters. Remember to get an ArenaCard too, though, as the whole ground is cashless.
Bavaria is often called the home of beer and sausages. Therefore, the only thing I can highly recommend is getting yourself a “Paulaner” beer for 4,00€ (half a liter) and a Bavarian “Bratwurst” (around 3€). My recommendation: they will ask you if you want your sausage red or white – definitely have it red! Other options would be Fries or Burgers, but with the other two items you’re actually good to go.
There are a grand total of 28 food kiosks inside the Allianz on levels 2 and 6 (yes the stadium is that big).
There is of course the German classic football meal of a Bratwurst (Sausage) and a pint of Beer! This proves extremely popular amongst the fans and tourists alike.
There is of course a wide range of other foods including Pizza, Chips and Burgers as well as lots of soft drinks.
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