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German’s Restaurant began in a modest, small shop in the Tigerbay, Georgetown neighborhood in 1960 by its founder Hubert "German" Urling. Urling had created flavorful and unique recipes for local Guyanese dishes. However, it was his legendary cowheel soups that created a buzz and became very popular with the working class crowd in the area. Fast forward six decades later, the restaurant still has the reputation for the best Guyanese creole dishes anywhere to be found in the world.
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