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Sababa is one of the neighborhood favorites for sure. This food stand offers limited seating and ample standing area. The tasty and authentic Lebanese dishes consists of falafel, pita bread, tzatziki, tahini, hummous, falafel patties, two types of kraut and lots more. The Schawarma pita sandwiches are simply amazing. This is a great place for fast food and for food on the go. For more information, check out the website.
My Indigo is a small chain of restaurants serving mainly Asian food. Catering to both vegetarians and carnivores, you can enjoy a tasty meal served instantly, knowing there are some positive nutrients in your dish! Curries come with either cous cous or rice (or both), and the portions are perfect for lunch or a light early dinner. A range of soft drinks, coffee, plus the winter warmer chai latte are on the beverage board. This branch is really handy for shoppers too, as it's located in a newly refurbished shopping center right next to the main high street of Munich.
The line snakes out the door all night long and party-goers in need of regenerative calories crowd the entryway hoarding paper trays of the Bergwolf's specialty, Currywurst, a large sausage cut into bite-sized pieces and smothered in a curry ketchup sauce. Vegetarians can go for the piping hot French fries smothered in ketchup and mayonnaise, called “Rotweiß” (red/white), and those watching their waistline can order the 'Jogger's' version: without mayo. If you can fight through the crowd, the back of the restaurant is a cozy, dimly lit setting with a larger selection of drinks, simple wooden tables, and the same yummy snacks brought right to your table, but only if you can find a seat.
Pure Burrito is a restaurant that brings authentic Mexican fast food to Munich, giving patrons the opportunity to enjoy some truly delicious food that is also healthy. You have total freedom as far as creating your burrito is concerned, right from size to filling choices. Many varieties of salsa are also available, so you can add some mango zing or tomatillo tang to your burrito. Wash down your meal with a Tegernseer or Corona.
Augustinerkeller is one of the most frequented traditional beer gardens and Bavarian restaurants in the city center serving big glasses of exquisite beer and authentic traditional culinary delights. The restaurant boasts of a cozy and old-school European decor, ideal for enjoying a sumptuous meal. The beer served in the sun-bleached beer garden is reputed to be one of the best in Munich. Students, business people, locals and tourists alike find this heritage place incomparable.
Burger King needs no introduction. With locations across the world and a reputation for serving signature flame-grilled burgers, it's a notch above the usual fast food restaurant. With a casual layout and plenty of seating for groups, plus complimentary WiFi, this is a great place to take a break. The usual range of signature burgers are on offer, and the classic Whopper is always a good pick.
Thai-China is a non-fuss eatery specializing in Thai and Indian Fast food. The restaurant offers diners basic, tasty fare at an affordable price. Especially popular as a delivery or take-away place, it is quite functional in nature. They serve popular Oriental dishes like nasi goreng, thai curry, mixed vegetables as well as Indian fare like chicken curry rice, mutton vindaloo et al. Their lunch specials are especially easy on the pocket.
Part of a chain of restaurants known for authentic Thai fast food, Kaimug in Olympia-Einkaufszentrum is no different. No matter what you order, you can expect speedy service and the highest quality, and the food is healthy, too. There are some delicious Thai curries on offer, and from the wok come scrumptious preparations like tigergarnelen in chilipaste. The noodle section of the menu also features many tasty treats.