- Nordic coffee culture directly in the Au -
The Nordic café impresses with its great look! We sat on the wooden benches in front of the door
and the front including waffles actually "beamed" us to Amsterdam.
The breakfast selection is as follows: yoghurt with homemade muesli, a few cake variations, muffins, or waffles in three different forms: vegetarian with hummus and a salty dough with feta (delicious!), sweet with berries, banana, a berry cream and cream and last but not least a salty variation with smoked salmon and cucumber. We decided for hummus (no wonder ;D?!)...the waffle is really super tasty, although unfortunately not made from spelt flour. But there are a few variations of cakes baked with spelt flour. Zucchini muffins also laugh at us. The coffee comes fresh from a Marzocco and the beans are slowly roasted. How do we recognize this? The coffee tastes slightly sour and we can still recognize the piece of nature, in contrast to other types of coffee that are roasted too quickly and sometimes only taste burnt. Feel your way slowly to the coffee, some only understand it at the third sip. We look around and discover a small lunch offer at Bowls, so if you have an office in the area, go for it! Afterwards we continue to the Auer Dult, which takes place three times a year and is right down the street.
We would like to give you a culinary understanding of our home city Munich. Great little cafés, great lunch places and restaurant hotspots. Everything but boring & unhealthy. Yummy!