11 ways to eat budget in Munich
Munich is a great city for tourists, able to tell a lot about German culture. And in between walks and excursions in the capital of Bavaria, you can have a hearty and tasty meal.
Answers to questions that concern every traveler: how much it costs to eat in Munich, where to find traditional German food and what to order from the menu first of all – you will find in our review of the best inexpensive cafes and restaurants of the city.
5 best budget eateries
Schlemmermeyer is the perfect place to eat fast and cheap in Munich. The main offer of the stalls is delicious sausages, sausages, sandwiches at a price of only 3-4 €. A complete list of addresses is available at http://www.schlemmermeyer.de/filialen. Ringlers is a great cafe near Marienplatz on Sendlinger Strasse 45, which sells tasty big sandwiches for 5-6 € and cheaper snacks.
Mr. Pancake is a lovely family-run establishment in the Königsplatz district on Gabelsbergerstrasse 34. Here you can enjoy beautiful pancakes and muffins from 15 countries. Their price is from 6.50 to 9.90 €. Bergwolf is what a hungry and tired tourist in Munich needs: a delicious and inexpensive curry-pot with ketchup and potatoes, beer and schnapps. A cafe is located in the city center, at Fraunhoferstrasse 17. Kleiner Ochs’nbrater is one of the best options to eat tasty and cheap if you are in the Victoalenmarkt area. Munich sausages – 3-6 €, potato salad and sour cabbage – 3.30 €, German beer – 3-4 €. The institution works from 9 to 18 hours, and in good weather and longer. Address – Viktualienmarkt 11.
Bratwurstherzl Bratwurstherzl is a fairly old establishment. It exists in Munich since 1633. And all this time they have been serving the usual Bavarian food, without departing from tradition in anything. Many tourists choose this cafe to try the classic German breakfast in Munich: with beer, sausages and pretzel. The famous Weisswurst in Bratwurstherzl is one of the most delicious and cheapest (2,30 €). The prices for other food in this cafe in Munich are also low: soups – 3 €, side dishes – 2 €, main meat dishes (not including sausages) – 10-11 €, beer – 4 € (for 0.5 l).
Münchner Suppenküche A network of small cafes – there are 3 such establishments in Munich – specializing in inexpensive and hearty soups. They are cooked with meatballs, noodles, vegetables, mushrooms. There is also a famous goulash soup on the menu. It costs a portion of 4-6 €. The most famous Suppenküche is located in the center of Munich, at Viktualienmarkt. The atmosphere here is very simple, you can eat while standing or sit down at a table.
Andy’s Krablergarten One of the most pleasant cafes in Munich, where the Germans themselves are going to eat mostly. It is located near Sendlinger Tor in the Old Town. The menu in the cafe is huge, as are the portions, and the prices are quite reasonable for the Bavarian capital. The main “chip” of the institution is a separate schnitzel card. They are prepared here according to 12 different recipes. For example, the traditional Bayerisches Schnitzel is marinated with sweet mustard, and Schnitzel Hamburger Art is served with fried eggs. Schnitzel costs 9.90-17.90 €. All that cannot be eaten, the local waiters wrapped you with no problems.
Alter Simpl Among the inexpensive cafes and restaurants of Munich, Alter Simpl is deservedly popular. Antique tables, dark wood panels, flickering light in the mirrors create an original and cozy atmosphere here. This is a very lively place, which is often visited hearty and cheap to eat themselves Munich. Prices are more than affordable: soups – about 4 €, weiswurst with pretzel – 5.60 €, most meat dishes with a side dish – 12 €. During the day, the restaurant offers dinners from € 5.60.
Zum Brünnstein Zum Brünnstein near the Ostbahnhof is one of those places where you can have a tasty and inexpensive meal in Munich with your children. For younger guests, there is a separate menu of spaghetti, small schnitzel, pork with dumplings and salad. But adult visitors will appreciate the taste of real German cuisine: sausages with sauerkraut, Munich schnitzel, bedbugs – and excellent Bavarian beer. There is a good selection of fish dishes, which is rare for a Bavarian restaurant. Having ordered the first and second with a glass of beer, it is quite possible to keep within 15 €.
Tattenbach An authentic German restaurant near the Bavarian National Museum in the center of Munich – you can have a cheap meal here during the day for only 7.90 € (from 11.00 to 16.00 there is a special offer). The rest of the time, prices in Tattenbach also allow you to refresh yourself fairly cheaply, by the standards of the city: Nuremberg sausages with mustard and sauerkraut cost € 9.20, potato salad € 3.20, branded pork roast with dumplings and salad € 10.90 .