My 3 favorite breakfast spots in Munich

Probably the best way to start a weekend is having brunch with my girls! I think there isn’t a better opportunity of catching up with my friends, than over pancakes and acai bowls. Do you feel the same? Then get to know my favorite breakfast Cafés in Munich. These are my top three recommendations for your brunch date with the girls …

My three favorite breakfast spots in Munich

Breakfast spot #1: Caffè Conte, Schwabing

Breakfast in Munich: Acai Bowls at Caffè Conte in Schwabing, Munich

Acai Bowls at Caffè Conte in Schwabing, Munich

Psst … have you ever heard of Caffè Conte before? If not, this might be the reason: The cafe is still an insider tip – somehow even among locals. Good for the ones who know. Because space is limited in this tiny room. The cafe is designed in a plain rural chic with hanging bulbs and concrete walls. Cool and clean! And then the food. Oh my, I think I have never tried a better avocado toast. Combined with their fresh berry acai bowl and Latte Macchiato you just ordered the perfect match. Address: Ainmillerstraße 10, 80801 München

What’s on the menu: They have a great variety of different breakfast options that will satisfy you to the fullest, I promise. Scrambled egg, muesli with fresh fruits, avocado toast, quinoa bowls, healthy fruit juices

Prices: Considering the fresh ingredients and the neighborhood in Schwabing this cafe isn’t expensive at all. (3 – 10 Euro)

Specialty: The kind and attentive waiter/waitresses. And therefore the charming atmosphere that makes you feel so comfortable as you were invited to brunch at your best friends home.

Breakfast spot #2: Das Maria, Glockenbach

Breakfast in Munich: Enjoy the taste of Morrocan Food at Das Maria at Glockenbach

Enjoy the taste of Morrocan Food at Das Maria at GlockenbachEntering the cafe you will slip into another world. Das Maria brings together two different cultures: the Morrocan and Bavarian. The result is charming. Long wooden tables support the social bond, Catholic icons encounter Oriental decorations and their food is an exceptional fusion of both traditions. PS: This place is super popular, ensure to make a reservation. Address: Klenzestraße 97

What’s on the menu: I can recommend their soy yogurt with fig cream and pistachio or “Maria bei Fatima” (a farmhouse bread with goat cheese and fig cream). But there’s something for everyone. The menu is big!

Prices: The prices vary between 5 and 20 Euro.

Specialty: During summer they offer tables outside, which is lovely. There’s nothing better than sipping your coffee while sitting in the sun and forget about time.

Breakfast spot #3: Mary’s Coffee Club, Maxvorstadt

Breakfast in Munich: With Banana Bread and Avo-Smash at Mary's Coffee Club

Start your day right: With Banana Bread and Avo-Smash at Mary’s Coffee Club

MCC is probably the most Instagrammable coffee shop Munich has to offer. It just opened a couple of months ago and is already a favorite among locals. How come? Because of many reasons. The whole place gives you the vibes of a Californian lifestyle. The food is healthy and delicious. And the wifi is super fast if you come here to work. What more to ask for? Address: Amalienpassage (Türkenstr. 86A), 80799 München

What’s on the menu: Mary the owner was one of the first, who introduced acai bowls to Munich at Daddy Longlegs. But this is another story. Her second café concept follows up influences from Tel Aviv, Melbourne, and San Francisco. You’ll find Shakshuka, Coconut Yoghurt Bowls, Avocado Toasts with Salmon or Tel Aviv brunch bowls on the menu.

Prices: A little more pricey. The menu varies between 5 and 15 Euro.

Specialty: Their Banana Bread with whip cream, nuts, and honey. Big Love!

Happy weekend to all of you!

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