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
Thai restaurants in Munich come in a variety of price ranges and are scattered throughout the city.
In Maxvorstadt just north of the city center is Plaa Uan, or Dicker Fisch (“Big Fish”). As the name suggests, this Munich Thai restaurant specializes in fish dishes and serves more than 20 varieties of the aquatic fare. On most nights of the week local students and hip 20-somethings can be spotted jockeying for seats in the tiny, trendy establishment.
Further north in Schwabing is The Green Room Bar, which offers a choice between three Thai basics: red, green, and yellow curry. There’s also a long cocktail list.
West of the city center is Rüen Thai, a rustic-yet-elegant eatery that specializes in cuisine from southern Thailand. Recognized as one of Munich’s best restaurants, it’s slightly more pricey than similar options, but well worth it.