When the traditional specialties are dishes like braised pork leg, fleischpflanzerl (Bavarian meatballs), and roasted pork knuckle then clearly you will struggle as a vegetarian in Munich. Although you could just eat a lot of Dampfnudel — a tasty bread noodle with cinnamon. Suffice to say Bavarians do serve up a lot of meat. You’ll find the quality of restaurant food very high —but they need excellent food to go with all that great beer!
Another way to enjoy fantastic, real Bavarian cuisine is by using Withlocals which matches travelers up with local people who provide authentic cooking. You have the opportunity to enjoy home-cooking in a family environment and experience the local culture up-close.
It’s a less culturally diverse city than say Berlin, so Bavarian and Germany restaurants dominate, but that’s not a bad thing. Due to proximity of Italy, you’ll also find excellent Italian restaurants which serve some of the best pizza and pasta you’ll try in Germany.
Bavaria really does have its own unique style of food, so if you’re here, you might as well immerse yourself in it. It’s very hard to find this style of food this good elsewhere.
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