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Dinermite – the classic American diner with a bang

What’s the one restaurant that’s missing in this great city? No, not yet another burger place but a classic American diner of course! Well good news, the Sehnsucht crew is nailing the American diner tradition with their new restaurant “Dinermite”, found on Amalienstraße, just opposite bar Sehnsucht. So put another dime in the jukebox and get ready for a trip to classic 50s U.S.A.
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Beirut Beirut: Falafel in Love…

It was on a Saturday stroll, during a “Hofflohmarkt” in the streets of Sendling. It was as we looked for multicolor balloons, indicating the presence of a flea market stand, that we stumbled upon a little "imbiss" that immediately drew our attention: a Lebanese specialities take-away that will blow you away by its simplicity and authenticity: Beirut Beirut.
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Kreta Grill for a Greek Thrill

Greece may have economical difficulties in Europe, but it’s certainly not the case of Greek restaurants in Munich! Greek restaurants are institutions over here, and no wonder why... Delicious food and fun all night do sound promising after all! Who hasn't ever celebrated a birthday at Paros? Who has never accidentally burnt napkins on candles after too many Ouzos? We ALL went waiting 1 hour at Paros or Molos to enjoy a “Gyros Teller”! And because those 2 restaurants are so famous, we decided to tell you about a small Crete restaurant, that has absolutely nothing to envy from his 2 big brothers: Kreta Grill
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Schmock: Schmeckt!

Have you ever tried Israeli Cuisine (Hummus or Falafel doesn’t count!)? Well we didn’t before going to Schmock. “Schmock” in Yiddish has a rather pejorative connotation and is defined as someone “stupid or foolish”. Since we got many emails from readers telling us to try it out, we thought we’d be complete schmocks for not going…
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Where does an Italian get his Pizza in Munich?

There are tons of international restaurants in Munich sometimes offering true specialities from their respective countries but at times also some poor imitations... How do you usually make the difference? Well one of the things we've all heard once (and certainly considered as valuable information) is something around the lines of "this Japanese place is really good, plus it's always full of Japanese people!"
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Haguruma, a Simple Japanese Restaurant

It's time for sushis this week! Seeing how many sushi restaurants there are in Munich, we wanted to write about one that we think is pretty special. A restaurant that stands out from all running sushis, all you can eat or other high-end, loungy and super expensive sushi places. Eating at Haguruma is a real experience: your dinner will be a really good memory for your taste buds... and for your wallet as well!