Cafes

Bazi’s

“Schweinebraten and mini dumplings to go”.

That was enough to make me want to head straight to newly opened Bazi’s, in the Glockenbachviertel, to try out some Bavarian fast-food. It’s the tiniest place – with two stools made from beer crates, one table and a small bar area. I suppose it’s more the kind of place you quickly pop by after a night out in Beverley Kills at 5am on a Sunday morning, but I was there at 7pm on a Friday night.

I was recommended Schweinebraten in a Semmel, and as a Brit who can never say no to a pork bap, I was excited. I grabbed a Zisch and a couple of minutes later, my bap arrived.

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BOY, it was good. The meat’s from Munich’s best butcher, Bauch – in the Schlachthofviertel (meaning the meat is always fresh from the slaughterhouse – and if you haven’t tried Bauch’s Weißwurst, you haven’t lived). The onions were perfectly roasted, and the only downside was that I only ordered one.

They also do steak baps, obatzda, potato salad – the Bavarian basics, and all of it as fast-food takeaway.

One of the owners is Beverley Kills’ owner’s brother – and it’s right next door, so it’s perfectly set up as a post-party cafe. Interestingly, Bazi’s is owned by an Iranian and a Turk – both of whom love Bavarian food. If you want to hear more about how two young Muslims came to set up a Bavarian fast-food Lokal, have a listen to this interview, recorded with M94.5.

Bazi’s is located at Müllerstr. 41, just a short walk from Sendlinger Tor.

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