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Spice it up Mexican Style with Ana Maria (Milagros & Co.)

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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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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Am Roecklplatz: a Fine Restaurant with Purpose

Take a lovely place in the heart of Munich, take then some talented and motivated young people, add a lot of passion: welcome to Roecklplatz! A restaurant not like the others: “das Ausbildungsrestaurant”. The project? giving a chance to young people to get a gastronomic training and a first hands-on job experience by offering training courses from service to cooking...
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Charlie: Vietnamese for Hipsters (and more)

Good evening Munich! No, Charlie has nothing to do with a chocolate factory. Wait… Don’t leave just yet! Charlie may not offer any Wonka bars and you may not meet any Oompas Loompas in the kitchen, it is worth a visit anyway. Charlie is a trendy Vietnamese restaurant located in the Schyrenstr., on the outskirts of Untergiesing - no need to have a golden ticket to enjoy some Vietnamese goodness!
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Itxaso Tapas: Munich’s Very First Basque Tapas Bar

Kaixo! Indeed indeed, today we are going to Spain, no wait... today we are going to the Basque Country (Euskadi in Basque, Pais Vasco in Spanish). Do you know what Pintxos means? No need to call a friend, or to ask the public... Pintxos means Tapas in Basque! And if you want to try them out, you won't have to fly to Bilbao since Itxaso Tapas recently opened in the Glockenbachviertel.