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This palatial restaurant is located at the edge of the Münchner Platzl, where it serves lavish breakfast spreads to its well-heeled clientele. Christened after Renaissance composer Orlando di Lasso, Schuhbecks Orlando serves its signature breakfast that comes laden with treats such as sausages, ham and cheese, fresh loaves of bread and butter. There is also a fruit plate and crudites plate for those who prefer more health conscious options. Schuhbecks Orlando also has a beautiful terrace which is ideal for breaking bread on sun-drenched mornings.
Located in the city's busy Viktualienmarkt, The Victorian House has been around for over a decade. As the name suggests, the tea house is done up in a style that is truly Victorian. The owners have played close attention to every detail in the cafe, making sure it has an authentic look. The place serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, but is well known for a wonderful English breakfast and typical Afternoon tea with scones, clotted cream and delicious preserves. The dinner menu changes on a regular basis, keeping the meals innovative with seasonal ingredients.
Situated on Viktualienmarkt and open from 8a, this café is renowned for its breakfast. The most popular dish is the Auszog'nen, a Bavarian speciality which consists of balls of yeast dough, fried in lard and pulled apart in the middle so that a thick ring of dough forms around the outside. The whole thing is then sprinkled with sugar dust. For those who are really famished, several other nourishing hot dishes are available. If you're planning to celebrate with a large group, then it is recommended to arrive early as the café and the upper floor fill up pretty quickly.
Formerly a Lederhosen and Dirndl shop, this low-key bar has become a key stop for the offbeat hip crowd in the Glockenbachviertel. Trachtenvogl features a mishmash of 50s-style furniture, with a modern bar and traditional Bavarian hunting-lodge style decorations, altogether offering a cozy atmosphere pumped up by the evening beats of a live DJ. Grab yourself a Tegernseer (the trendy beer of the Munich hipster scene) or choose from a list of over fifty kinds of hot chocolate. If hunger strikes, the menu offers several grilled sandwiches and an olive plate, among other affordable snacks.
Situated close to the university, Café Puck is a popular hangout for students during the day, mainly because of its tasty salads, sandwiches and hot meals. The cafe also serves breakfast until 6p. Later in the evening, a new group of punters - tidy and well-dressed thanks to the bouncers - come to chat, drink and flirt. After midnight the place really starts to kick. This place is not quite as whimsical as Shakespeare's Puck, but more straightforward fun.
At Max Pett, patrons are treated to a host of delicious vegan appetizers, mains, and desserts along with non-alcoholic beer and wine. The cuisine served here has shades of European and Indian, with dishes like risotto and Palak tofu featured in its menu. Desserts include classics like Chocolate Mousse which is ideal for you if you are looking to end your meal on a sweet note. They also serve a variety of homemade ice creams.
Café am Beethovenplatz, a traditional café dating back to 1899, boasts high ceilings decorated with ornate stucco, parquet floors, and gorgeous wooden paneling. It is a real, old-style coffee house and features classical music played on the piano or by small ensembles during the evening. The program sometimes extends to jazz. The choice of drinks reflects the Viennese influence and the food, particularly the set menu, is tasty and varied. The café is mostly frequented by students.
What's better than starting your day with a lovely breakfast by the Isar surrounded by a tranquil and intimate ambiance. If you're looking for such a breakfast place in Munich then stop by Catwalk restaurant & cafe. Located on a quiet corner of Mauerkircherstraße, this restaurant is certainly going to leave you impressed with not only the setting but also its local menu offerings. Besides serving sumptuous breakfast they have decent lunch and dinner options too.
Situated next to the university riding school, Café Reitschule offers a view of the riders practicing show-jumping in the riding hall. Once popular with Munich's high society, the clientele now consists of business people, yuppies, and law students. The classy ambiance of the interiors and the gardens are ideal for a sun-bleached breakfast or an intimate dinner. From daily to weekly, the restaurant offers a variety of delicacies on the dynamic food menu. Enjoy the good food, tasteful wines, wonderful terraces with a view of the English Gardens, separate rooms for larger parties and of course, excellent service at this elegant restaurant.
Situated on the banks of Kleinhesseloher lake in the middle of the English Garden, this restaurant with adjoining beer garden is a favorite with locals, students and tourists all year round. Guests can relax with a beer and watch the sun slowly disappear behind the lake. If you get peckish, you can order from the restaurant menu, although this does tend to be quite pricey. Students will be pleased to know that you can bring your own food to the garden. Football fans may even get lucky and see the stars of Bayern Munich football club celebrating their latest victory here.
Open from 8a onwards, this cozy cafe offers breakfasts and meals that are well known in the city. The menu consists of sandwiches, pizzas burgers and other items that are filling yet quick to eat. Choose from steak, Corn Polenta, Noodles with Ham or Cabbage Roll. A set menu specially designed for business meetings is also offered. Whether one dines outside to enjoy the fresh air or curls up in the warmth inside, one can rest assured that it will be a memorable experience. The bar offers a happy hour menu too.
Situated in the leafy park surrounding Schloss Nymphenburg, the Palmenhaus (Palm House) is a popular pit stop for tourist groups by day and a favored venue for business meetings and conferences in the evening. With its exotic palms and cacti, and its beautiful, bright atmosphere, Schlosscafé Palmenhaus is a real oasis. The high prices are hardly surprising, although the service could in truth be better. Nevertheless, this is still a wonderful place for a romantic brunch.