One of the coolest parts of holidays is often to see, and consume, the different food they eat. Nowadays though, cuisine is pretty international and what we had for breakfast wasn’t anything I hadn’t eaten before. And yet, wandering down the street and getting breakfast on a sunny morning at a street side cafe was certainly out of the ordinary for me.
We only ate breakfast in Munich twice (flying visit) and both times I got basically the same thing which was cereal (granola the first day and musli the second), yoghurt and fruit. The above pictures are from Kaffee Kuche which translate to Coffee Kitchen. It was very filling, summery, and quite healthy (although high sugar content) and cost about 5 euros (my ice tea was about 3,50 euros because soft drinks were stupidly expensive in Munich). The waitress spoke excellent English (I liked how she pronounced pomegranate which made it sound like pom-granade) and there was a nice relaxed vibe.