From the deep Bavarian accent to the food on offer, this is as Bavarian as one could get, though it serves neither typical great slabs of meat nor Knödel. The fryers are turned on each day and by mid-day lines of people are waiting for helpings of freshly cooked Schmalznudel, a selection of doughnut-type creations, from apple to sugar-coated to plain. It's really no more than a narrow passage-kind-of cafe, located on a busy street between the Stadtmuseum
and Viktualienmarkt, and easily missed by those not in the know. Regulars are equally happy whether they manage to find a seat inside or at the handful of tables outside. And there's always the option to takeaway and eat as you wind your way through the ever-colourful market.
Prälat-Zistl-Str. 8, Munich, 80331, Germany