It's not just Munich's neoclassical architecture that underpins its playful, centuries' old moniker as Italy's most northern city. There are a number of fine Italian restaurants around the city, but this is certainly one of the best. You'll pay more for meat and fish dishes, but there are also lovely pasta dishes that are a little more budget friendly. There is a Bavarian professionalism combined with Italian grace and elegance in how the delicacies are served: pea and ginger cream soup, fusilli and calf ragout, artichokes and grated horse radish to name just a few, and then the fantastic chocolate cake with mascarpone cream. Be sure to reserve your table in good weather so you can sit on the charming patio in the back; note that warm food is only served from 6:30 pm to 11 pm.