Having gone to Munich for the Christmas Market, I looked for a quiet restaurant around the corner from from the many, many stalls and the throngs of people at this famous street fair. And I found the perfect place, just around the corner next to the famous Frauenkirche (church) that my German sister-in-law had told me that I must not miss. First I had a coffee on the terrace and spent some time people watching before I made a visit to the church and came back again to the restaurant for lunch. My brother had told me that I must eat Nürnberger bratwurst in Munich as it was a speciality of the area. He told me to pronounce it in the Bavarian way, but luckily the (Italian) waiter spoke English so I didn't have to make a stab at this. Later on of course, I fibbed and told my brother that the waiter understood my German. Sibling honour was at stake. The sausages were small and delicious and were served with sauerkraut and I noticed a number of other people had ordered them as well. The waiters were tremendously busy, but managed to serve a great number of customers with efficiency and pleasantness. This restaurant/cafe is a very good place to stop for lunch or dinner or just for a coffee and the inevitable pretzel.
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