Breakfast/Brunch in Munich


· Location: Türkenstrasse 90 (Amalienpassage in Schwabing). Tuesday – Saturday from 9.00 h–19.00 h. Sunday from 10:00-19:00 (Monday closed!). Maxvorstadt – Schwabing.

· What you will find: We discovered this passage by chance, looking for a bikes-store called Urbike (another post). This place is incredible, you can find in a tiny square a yoga gym or the cutest place with flowers ever. So we decided to try the brunch here, in this garden oasis in the big city: Quiet backyard, many small seating, flower-filled planters, a flamingo who guards the cake counter, wild flower wallpaper that adorns the wall and dwarfs. You order and pay inside the 14.90€ of the freshly brunch: eggs, yogurt, breads, fruit, homemade jams, cakes, meats, cheeses, dips, hot noodles, beetroot hummus and so on. Drinks are not included, in case you want a cappuccino, freshly squeezed juice or any other.

· Tip: If you don’t feel into a brunch but into a breakfast, you can also order it for a 12.90€. They have lactose-free and soy milk and you can rent the place if you want to do a celebration/picnic/bbq. ❤



· Location: Frauenstraße 11 (Viktualienmarkt). Monday-Saturday from 9.00 -18:00. Sunday from 10:00-18:00. Altstadt.

· What you will find: This small and cute café is an eclectic mix of retro chic and vintage finds that entertains with music from the 1950s. The wallpapers are hung with old photos and delicious cakes adorn the place.Central at Viktualienmarkt, it is known throughout the city for the best cinnamon rolls and simply delicious brunch. The options are women’s names, such as Hildegard with cereal, yogurt and fruit or Jenny with cheese and the eggs. Do not forget about the fresh bread, homemade jams, honey and Nutella.

· Tip: Reservations are a must. Recommendations? It is the best place to go with a friend and order “Peter, Paul & Mary”, which comes with salmon, eggs, cereals, fresh meat and cheeses and an incredibly delicious cinnamon roll. The breakfast prices are in the upper middle.



· Location: Frauenstraße 14. Monday to Saturday from 9.30 h–22.30 h. Sundays from 9:30-19:00. You can reserve you brunch time from 9:30-11:30 or from 11:30-13:30. Altstadt.

· What you will find: In the beautiful heart of Munich, situated directly on the Viktualienmarkt, you can find The Victorian House opened in October 2001. It has become an integral part of the Munich gastronomy, especially for those who want the cold sober, minimalist-style eateries away.The carefully coordinated interior with its fine accessories and valuable antiques is the perfect environment to get around to feel comfortable and to enjoy the delights on offer. According to the concept of small London cafe, a professional team serves breakfast/brunch daily. You will find traditional english dishes for a typical brunch: cooked oatmeal with brown sugar and a shot of whiskey; 2 slices of toast topped with breadcrumbs Cheddar cheese, milk, flour and English mustard flavored with Worcestershire sauce; orange juice, big bowl of fresh fruit salad, freshly baked croissant, selection of breakfast rolls and jam served with Nutella and butter; bagels with Benedict eggs/omelette/scrambled eggs/fried eggs with bacon and sausages and so on. Enjoy as we did!

· Tip: Reservations are a must but they are not allowed on the weekends. Do not forget that the owners also have other victorian houses: The Browns Tea Bar  for an afternoon tea in Schwabing (great scones with clotted cream),  Victorian House Sconery Tea To Go (a small tea shop in the very modern shopping arcade for tea-lovers), The Victorian House in the Bavarian Forest (the first one), the one in Rotkreuzplatz (new and classic British cuisine for lunch/dinner) and Cafe Klenze. Tip: you can also rent the one in Viktualienmarkt for private events.





· Location: Belgradstraße 9. Monday-Wednesday from 10.00 -24:00. Thursday to Saturday from 10:00-01:00.  Sundays Brunch from 10:00-16:00. Awesome! Maxvorstadt.

· What you will find: Walking through Schwabing we found this cool place for everything an also for brunch/breakfast on Sundays. A surfboard in front of the door, many art on the walls, cosy atmosphere with lots of wood and surfers passion, waves. The menu have options such as The Wave in France (croissant, bread basket, jam, honey, Nutella, butter and small orange juice), The Wave in New Zealand (croissant, bread basket, egg, butter, cheese, salami and ham) or Wave on Hawaii, in which extras such as salmon and yogurt can be found with fresh fruits. Also you can find pancakes or two eggs in a glass. It was not crowed at all when we went, the food came quickly and the ingredients were fresh.

· Tip: If you are a surfer you would like to know that this place have also an exchange market for used surfboards and every second Tuesday from 20:00 you have an Open Stage for young talents. If you are bound to go on saturday you will also have the option of fresh white sausages.

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