Hey Luigi! See, be seen and feast

Hey Luigi is a lively eatery and local hangout for Munich’s cool kids. In the summer, its corner location and outdoor seating are ample for enjoying the relaxed atmosphere and watching the world go by. Luckily this easy breeziness lasts all year round, as do the phenomenal food portions on offer. Generous to say the least, don’t be ashamed if you can’t finish your plate—you won’t be the first. Mains such as tagliatelle with sockeye salmon, zucchini and dill, cooked in a vodka-based cream, make it clear why they have some of the most loyal patrons around. Important for any trendy restaurant worth its salt, the location in Glockenbachviertel also makes it a good launchpad for a night on the town—so even if you didn’t arrive in the party spirit, you sure might leave in one.

Zum Koreaner Food sans fuss

Doing exactly what it says on the tin, Zum Koreaner is a place to go enjoy authentic Korean food and not much else. The small Imbiss is popular among students and worker bees thanks to its cheap prices and no-nonsense kitchen. Here you can delight in the Korean delicacy Kimchi; a classic Bibimbap—a spicy meat, vegetable and rice mix; or their legendary Schweinebauch, just try it and you’ll see why. With no trace of a pan-Asian dish in sight, this little Imbiss concentrates on making quality food that stays true to its heritage.

With only about five tables in total, accompanied by a few rickety chairs, it’s not the place for a romantic sit-down. For the lotharios after that, you’re lucky, they have another location in Nymphenburg. This one has a more restaurant dining vibe with a few extra dishes on the menu. And in true restaurant style, it’s at a higher price too.

La Chambre aux Oiseaux Birds in their little nest agree featured

William Morris print wallpaper is so on-trend that it’s hard to believe it’s been around for over 100 years. But then that’s La Chambre aux Oiseaux for you. Like a grandmother’s sitting room, there are antique mirrors, old photographs, mismatched chairs and cakes piled onto ceramic stands, yet somehow, counterintuitively, it doesn’t feel at all old-fashioned. This enviable ensemble of flea market loot has been curated by owners Hervé Labarre and Léna Balacco, whose taste is pretty close to faultless. And that goes for the food too. If you could only tear your eyes away from the lemon cake for long enough to consider your options, you’d find a daily-changing selection of goodness on a plate, a fact which goes some way to explaining the palpable air of contentment among the regulars. Going the extra mile to make it cosy, there’s also the soft crackle of the ever-turning record player, jars of fresh flowers, and the Sunday brunch—a €20 book-a-week-in-advance affair, and well worth the forward planning too.

My'O'My Small but perfectly formed featured

A diminutive den of delectable dishes, My’O’My’s greatness far transcends its physical limitations. A selection of unmissable mains and desserts, as well as finely roasted coffee and even a tiny kids’ corner make this favorite family haunt equally popular with couples and singles of Warsaw’s younger crowd.

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