There're plenty of places to eat, what I saw in the early morning were mainly cafes. Dallmayr Bistro is open from 0500 to 2100.
For a sample of prices (I took photographs of the menu), figure on about 6.5-15 EUR for a breakfast set, 5-7 EUR for a sandwich, 2-3 EUR for a pastry/croissant, 2-6 EUR for a coffee/tea -- prices quoted exclude taxes. However I wanted to save my money and eat on the plane, so I didn't get the chance to try anything.
This is a handy place to sit down and have a drink -- especially for a father and kids while waiting for wifey to finish browsing the duty-free shops!
If you'd like to buy some Dallmayr-branded food items to take home, there's also a Dallmayr shop within walking distance.
Not strictly a restaurant, but you owe yourself a visit to Dallmayr. This is a food lover's heaven. You can buy anything there: prepared food, chocolate, coffee, wine, meat, fish, whatever you can think about. There is also a café and a restaurant on the premises. Even if you don't buy anything, just go there and have a look. You won't regret it!
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Favorite Dish: Well, just look at the picture! This is my favourite section, the dessert refrigerator...
Once you walk into this place, you will see a lot of hustle and bustle. These are the rich of Munich shopping for the most exotic, best quality food items the world has to offer. Dallmeyr sells everything. I have challenged a few people to think of some food that this place doesn't sell, and they can't do it. Walk around to see all the cheeses, breads, seafood, meats, chocolate, cakes, honey, jams, vegetables and exotic fruit from the world round. Upstairs is a restaurant which requires a reservation. Dress very nicely. If you do not want to spend a lot of money on food, just go to take a look around.
Munich also owes its culinary reputation to the famous delicatessens Dallmayr and Käfer.
Dallmayr is the oldest gourmet shop in Munich and a walk through its historical sales-rooms just to see what is on offer will turn out to be an experience for the senses.
There are small bars where you can enjoy the delicacies on sale. Munich’s gourmet paradise is also an absolute must, and here epicureans meet from all over the world.
In the beautiful historic golden shining building you can also find an elegant and very expensive restaurant and cafe.
Alois Dallmayr - Munichs traditional gourmet temple - not only for sitting down - they offer a huge variety of fine food for 'take away', chocolates, coffee and tea, wine and a lot more - my favorite is the fresh pasta ... try www.dallmayr.de
Here you can find every specialty on coffee! Also tobacco lovers need to pay a visit to the tobaccoshop!
Mon.-Fri.: 11:00 - 19:00 hrs
Sat.: 9:00 - 16:00 hrs