Old World’s European Deli

Our German Deli serves Fresh Sandwiches..

Bakery/Deli Open Daily
7 days a week: 8am to 8pm

Sandwich Menu Served Daily
Dine in or Take out
Phone: 714-897-1470

Try our German Restaurant..

If you're thinking about using our expert catering staff, visit our German Restaurant of the most Authentic German Restaurant in Orange County, and get a flavor for real German food.

Best German Sausages

Oldworld German Deli has been making some of the finest sausages in Orange County for more than 34 years. They are available online, or you can come in and take some home. Read our German Sausage Guide & be ready for the BBQ

German Deli Meats and Cheeses

Our German Deli has a great selection of traditional German meats and cheeses, as well german potato salad, coleslaw, sauerkraut and other sought after german deli items. You're sure to find something you love.

European Market

If you're looking for those great European treats, desserts, and other food items you loved back home, or maybe fell in love with these items while in Europe, come check our selection or goline and see what we have to offer


Some Bratwurst Facts...

Most people would guess that the name comes from the German word braten (to fry). However, it actually comes from the word Brät, which refers to the meat mixture that makes up the sausage. The Bratwurst is therefore, in some regions in Germany, also refered to as the Brätwurst.
It has been a long standing argument between the people of Thüringen and those of Franconia (Franken). Each claims to have invented the Bratwurst. In Thüringen, the oldest evidence of the Bratwurst is from the year 1404; in Franconia, the oldest record is from the year 1313 from the city of Nürnberg. However, a Bratwurst Researcher from Würzburg, Heinrich Höllerl, has discovered that the Bratwurst has its origins with the Celtics and it was the Franconians that developed it further.
To get the Bratwurst to a nice, dark brown color, brush them with beer before grilling or frying. Alternatively, sprinkle the Bratwurst with a little sugar. The sugar caramelizes, giving the Bratwurst a rich brown color. To prevent the Bratwurst skin from splitting, heat them in hot (not boiling) water for 5 minutes. Dry them, then sprinkle them with flour. Fry them in a frying pan with a little oil or butter. For a different flavor, add fresh sage, rosemary, or oregano to the frying pan and brown the Bratwurst with the herbs.
German Deli Sandwiches
German Deli Sandwiches
German Deli Sandwiches
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
German Deli Sausages
Diced Bratwurst
German Cheese Selection
German Deli Meats
German Deli Meats
German Deli Meats
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