Munich has broad gastronomy. I was surprised by all the different types of food I could find when I first got here. From Pakistani food to Ethiopian: You can find plenty of places where to try these uncommon meals.
I have several favorite places to go to. I choose where to go depending on my budget and my cravings that day – that is a determinant variable. However, I have decided to tell you a little bit about one of my to-go places when I just want something filling, kind of healthy and price-friendly: My Indigo.
My Indigo is in Münchner Freiheit. It is a very small spot next to the U-Bahn station. To be honest, it looks like another train station type of place from outside. On the contrary, the place is super cozy, and it has a very beautiful decoration. It is small and it usually has a lot of people -because the food is so good. But it is a nice place where to have a pleasant meal. I have had a hard time finding middle price places where to eat in Munich. There are either very cheap places to eat street food or there are too fancy and expensive. Therefore, that is precisely my favorite thing about My Indigo. I am convinced it is standing in the middle of both worlds.
My Indigo bowls are the reason why I keep coming back. They have so many options for bowls! For vegans, non-vegans, with different types of bases or without bases at all. My favorite is the Vegane Erdnuss Bowl -with extra peanut butter of course. I am a peanut butter addict, and I just found a meal that goes perfectly with it. My Indigo has a very broad menu for all its clients from salads to noodles. The prices go from 8€ to 15€ depending on what you add in your bowl. However, the quantity of food in the bowl makes it all worth it. I recommend it to you if you are feeling like trying something different. And, if you are in the same mood as me, try practicing your skills ordering in German 😉
Blog Post submitted by Eugenia Sanchez