If you love fresh vegetables and creamy curries, Du Du – which is Vietnamese for papaya – is the place to go. They have some of the fieriest and highest quality Vietnamese dishes in Munich. Try the tasty spicy ginger tea, which is served in dainty green and yellow cups while you relax in the serene atmosphere of the restaurant.
Immediately noticeable by the giant plastic elephant head protruding from the entrance, Savanna is a South African restaurant. It serves a variety of meat options and seafood dishes such as crocodile filet and grilled prawns. Must-tries also include ostrich burgers, and Savanna’s legendary sweet potato fries.
Savanna, Maistraße 63, Munich, Germany, +49 (0)89 53906363
Isses offers a variety of spicy and deliciously crunchy Mexican dishes like burritos, quesadillas, and chili con carne.
Isses, Elisabethstraße 12, Munich, Germany, +49 (0)89 27373381
Dhaba entices its guests with hot, flavorful, full-bodied curry dishes with differing levels of heat. Dhaba’s menu offers a wide variety of delectable vegetarian foods such as the pappad (lentil wafers), vegetable masala, and kofta. For meat eaters, there are several types of biryani curries.
Dhaba, Belgradstraße 16, Munich, Germany, +49 (0)89 38367771
Get in touch with nature and true African traditions as The Blue Nile, a restaurant with its roots in Ethiopia, introduces its guests to deliciously zesty dishes that are eaten in the traditional manner: with your hands. make sure to try the honey wine.
The Blue Nile, Viktor-Scheffel-Straße 22, Munich, Germany, +49 (0)89 33039987
Kilian’s is an Irish pub serving a range of beverages and pub-food. The chicken baskets and rich Asian baskets are must-tries. You won’t find any TVs in here: the emphasis is on enjoying a chat with friends.
Kilian’s Irish Pub, Frauenplatz 11, Munich, Germany, +49 (0)89 24219899