- As with the other 'Egger' restaurants, the interior is decorated in the style of a typical old-Munich inn. The furnishings are dark and heavy; chandeliers hang from the ceiling. This is one of those typical urban bars where you can have a leisurely breakfast at the weekend, or a beer or two in the evening (Löwenbräu, Franziskaner or Guinness). The downside is that it is always busy and is often so loud that conversation is barely possible. However, in summer you can sit outside and enjoy dishes like Kässpätzle (southern German noodles) for (EUR 6.90), Penne Arrabiata for(EUR 6.40) or breakfast from (EUR 2.50-7.75). There is also a wide selection of fruit juices.
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