We visiting on a cold wet Saturday and were looking for something warm to eat, as we had some shopping near the center of Munich. The lunch was pricey costing about 36 Euro for 2, but great for someone looking for something other than the typical sausage or schnitzel. We ordered the two different types of quiche and the french onion soup. The soup was fabulous with lots of cheese and the bread was great too. The quiche with the spinach and salmon was well seasoned but the one with bacon, was a salt explosion in the mouth. It would have been better prepared using a nicely smoked meat, instead the super salty bacon cubes that one can purchased almost anywhere at the grocery store. The small salad accompanying our quiche was also quite nice. Unfortunately I probably would not try go here for dinner due to the mixed and pricey reviews.
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