Party Earth Review Directly below the more rambunctious Tijuana Café, The Green Room is an intimate little bar that attracts a low-key but sociable crowd of students and trendy young professionals seeking refuge from the long week by savoring samples from the bar’s extensive cocktail menu. Unusual gold-gilded, curvy designs seem to melt off the walls and blend with the plethora of brightly-colored cushions, low green lighting, and walls of palm fronds to enhance the venue’s cozy, cave-like vibe. Popular as an after-work scene, venue also offers its stylish patrons a place to unwind over a hookah full of flavored tobacco. Mellow music provided by DJs on most nights ... more
Finding non-German food to eat in Munich is not so hard these days. The city is well-known for its international cuisine and can accommodate even the most particular of taste buds.
That said, Asian restaurants in Munich can be hard to find. Unlike in many other major European cities like Paris or London, there is no Chinatown in Munich, and so, while the city does have many fine Asian restaurants, they are not concentrated as one would expect.
Munich’s Maxvorstadt district, just north of the city center and home to many of the city’s universities, is the best place to start when searching for Asian restaurants. Whether looking for cheap Chinese noodles or Japanese sushi, students and other visitors in this part of Munich have the most options for Asian fare.
Among the fewer options in the city center are the popular Taiwanese boba tea cafés. While it may not exactly be a meal or necessarily hot, boba tea is quite refreshing on a warm day, and if one can get past the texture of the tapioca “pearls,” the drink can also serve as a delicious snack.