Takumi

One of my favourite Japanese restaurants in Munich is Takumi. It serves authentic Ramen. For all that hear of “Ramen” for the first time: These are Japanese noodle soups and at Takumi you can choose between three tastes: Shoyu, Shio or Miso. Especially when it gets cold outside, Ramen is a good choice for lunch…

Date Locations

I’ve been asked which restaurant I would recommend for a date. … Here are my favourite choices: 1) Chez Fritz – because this place is perfect: atmosphere, service, food – and it’s french 2) Makassar – because I have had many rememorable evenings there (and service, atmosphere and food is also very good) 3) Koi…

Japan Sushi Gourmet

You don’t want to spend a lot of money on Sushi, but still want to get good quality? Then you have to eat Sushi at “Japan Sushi Gourmet”. They offer Sushi for an affordable price: 1€ per piece of Sushi (or for some Maki even 1€ per 3 pieces!). This place is well visited by…

Kaito

If you are a Sushi-lover and regularly eating Sushi, then you should visit Kaito. You’ll taste the difference! The fish is of excellent quality and the ingredients of high standard. However, you should plan your visit well, as the prices are matching the quality. In the past Japanese restaurants in Germany were always pricy –…

Hungry for Sushi & co.?

When I moved to Munich I started working for a Japanese company which enriched me not only by getting to know Japanese (work) culture, but also extended my knowledge about Japanese food. Of course my Japanese colleagues would only visit the most authentic restaurants in Munich and actually there are quite a number of good…

Fighting Jetlag I

Fighting Jetlag – with Food, Drinks and Party. Travelling to Malaysia & Singapore is a good option to escape some winter blues and of course – for a foodie – destinations with a lot of variety in flavors and food (I will report on that later). Even though the flight back was an overnight flight,…