5 places for local fastfood in Munich
Not strictly Bavarian but typically German fast food. Bergwolf serves Currywursts to the night owls in Glockenbachviertel. The grilled pork sausage is cut into slices and served with a sauce made of ketchup and curry powder. With a serving of fries and the last beer for the night. On weekends, they are open until 4 am.
You’ll find doner kebab all over town but the fans of this Turkish snack stand are so enthusiastic about this snack they will travel for miles to get here. Whether you try a kofta sandwich, a turkey-vegetable kebab, a falafel durum or sukuk burger, the taste is simply delicious, and all the ingredients are homemade.
A genuine slice of Lebanon in the centre of Munich, this tiny, authentic restaurant serves homemade falafel and other Lebanese specialities. Set in a pleasantly calm neighbourhood it is soothingly different. On a sunny day, just grab a sandwich and head to the nearby park.
This snack bar is tucked away at the far end of Viktualienmarkt. They serve a wide array of different oriental specialities such as shawarma (spicy turkey), kebeh (bulgur dumplings with minced meat), labneh (yoghurt-like cheese) or falafel. The food is served either on plates or as a sandwich. Don’t be put off by the line of people. They have a huge fan base.
Condesa serves authentic Mexican street food that gives you that special holiday feeling with burritos, quesadillas and tacos of outstanding quality, that are all freshly made. The homemade guacamole is a real experience.
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