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A one-of-a-kind chocolaterie located in the historic and industrious Viktualienmarkt, Beluga offers an irresistible range of chocolates and desserts to soothe your sweet tooth. Apart from hand-made chocolates, delectable tarts, hot brownies, and flavorful ice creams, you can also enjoy a steaming cup of coffee. Made from a few of the best coffee beans of the world such as Arabica and Sidamo, the coffee here is definitely not your average brew. A get together of friends or family calls for a visit to Chocolaterie Beluga, after all, what can go wrong with a cup of coffee and a luscious dessert by your side.
Located in Munich's Maxvorstadt area, BallaBeni is a haven for ice cream lovers, offering a great variety of this delicious dessert. A must try here is their chocolate ice cream, that has never disappointed any fan. Rich flavors created with high quality ingredients and the amicable service, will make your visit here a pleasurable one. Nestled amidst universities and various museums, this place is regularly frequented by students and tourists. An ice cream from BallaBeni, will surely make your hot summer day cooler!
Frogis has been delighting families especially little children, with their healthy alternative to ice-creams. A brainchild of Jil Linnemann, this store was established in 2011. Soft and creamy yogurt with a vast variety of toppings ranging from fruits to cookies, are offered here. During the happy hours, guests can enjoy their delicious offerings at a discounted rate. Following the success of this place, another outlet was opened in Maxvorstadt district.
Fill your stomach with hearty German fare and wash it all down with a chilled, refreshing beer. In Germany, the laws are strict on preservatives used in beer, so you can be assured that the full glass in front of you is as fresh as it gets. Hofbraukeller is a traditional beer garden that operates on a self service system. A true beer lover's haunt.
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.
A neighborhood favorite, Eismeer is the perfect solution to a sweet-tooth. It offers a range of cakes that are made at home, along with a variety of ice-creams and coffee. Visit here for a peaceful time lingering over cups of freshly brewed hot coffee and dollops of colorful gelato. Dip some home-made cakes into the coffee and indulge in the comfort of the meal. There are sandwiches and snacks on offer too that are nibble-worthy. Avail the free Wi-fi service to finish off any pending office work.
Jessas is considered by many to be a trendy ice cream parlor in Munich's Glockenbachviertel district. The range of traditional Italian ice creams, is the highlight of this store. You can also choose from regular flavors: chocolate, strawberry, butterscotch and vanilla. Apart from ice creams, this store also offers its healthy alternative, yogurt. Jessas derived from the Bavarian word meaning Jesus, aims at being a savior for the weary during summertime or a hot afternoon.
One of the veteran restaurants in the neighborhood, Preysinggarten has built up a fine knowledge of not just local flavors but also impeccable service. It has been serving the neighborhood of Haidhausen since it opened in 1893. A wide range of breakfast options include scrumptious American eggs to yummy German sausages. The extensive menu also features a range of Mediterranean dishes, alongside pizzas, pastas and traditional fish plates to choose from. A small playground adjacent to this restaurant makes it a popular venue for families with little kids.
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.
Crowds flocking to Sarcletti, one of the oldest and most popular ice cream parlors in town, have been known to cause traffic chaos. No wonder, with 60 exquisite varieties like caramel, mint chocolate and sacher cake (as well as special versions for diabetics), this place is well worth a visit at any time of year. Customers can enjoy a tub of ice cream or a sundae. The polystyrene boxes provided for take away can keep the ice cream frozen for several hours so that you can enjoy your frozen dessert without any worries of it melting.
Relish the taste of Bavaria at this cozy and comfortable restaurant, with dishes like roasted pork in a dark beer sauce and sausage salad. The menu at Alter Wirt changes often and is replete with traditional German flavors and ingredients like potatoes, beef and beer. The Beer Garden that extends outside the restaurant serves a range of regional beers, along with many other varieties of drinks. Enjoy a delicious meal with a couple of drinks in true German style at Alter Wilt.
Hirschgarten was originally a game enclosure built by the Elector Karl Theodor at the end of the eighteenth century. A small part of the historic enclosure has been preserved and can be seen from the beer garden. With 8,000 seats, the beer garden is the biggest in the city, and is also one of the most pleasant because of its peaceful location and numerous chestnut trees. It was converted from a hunting house to a restaurant in 1970, when the garden was also built.