The restaurant is conveniently located across from the IsarTor, the former east gate to the city. It is casual with alfresco dining too. The menu is very simple with the main focus being "tigella", or more formally crescentina modenese- kind of like a flat bread or Chinese "bing". Inside is placed a variety of sliced sausages and cheeses.
A nice, generous serving for one person, simple meal that goes down well with a nice glass of wine. Service was friendly and good and spoke English, German and Italian. Great for lunch or a simple dinner.
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