If you're looking for something a little different to the normal restaurant experience then seek out the Viktualienmarkt.
Want a snack? go to one of the butchers/delis in a row to one side of the market and order a Leberkase semmel - Its a delicious meatloaf type thing in a bread roll, very flavoursome and very satisfying. They're cheap too. Go for mustard (senf) with it.
Want something more substantial? Sit down in the biergarten, grab a beer from the kiosk and food from another kiosk. This is hearty, filling, flavoursome bavarian grub - you don't count calories in this part of the world. Pork is the order of the day/year/eternity!
Something worth a mention here: I'm into beer, and at home in the uk, there's good beer and then there's rubbish (lager, cheap bitter and alcohol-free beer). In Germany, they don't see why alcohol-free beer can't be as delicious as the real thing. So, if you fancy a beer, but are driving, or need a clear head or whatever, order an alcohol-free beer. I recommend Paulaner, but any will be great.
Of course the market itself is really worth a look, there are lots of grocery stalls, hot and cold take-away stalls, florists etc etc etc.
Worth whiling away a few hours here.
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