I’ve been to Cafe Kreislauf in Daiserstr. a couple of times, but until Friday night, it was never more than a quick coffee before moving on. On Friday, I got chatting to the Brazilian owner, a lovely lady who’s been in Munich for twenty years, and has decided to share her love of food with the rest of Sendling.
During the week, the cafe offers a variety of food ranging from Moussaka to Indian curries with homemade paneer. Meals cost around 8 €, which is pretty darned good for meals with such fresh and high-quality ingredients. On Friday night, I got to try an unusual (but delicious) mushroom and cranberry soup. Perfectly seasoned, and a lovely little addition to my Friday night post-office beer.
The cafe has been lovingly decorated – good music plays in the background, while you gaze at beautifully decorated chandeliers made from English crystal, by an artist from London.
I’ve heard their breakfasts are to die for – as soon as spring truly breaks out, I’m off to brunch there one Sunday!
Photo courtesy of Cafe Kreislauf.
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