Sunday, August 31, 2008

Eating in Munich

When you are traveling, the culture difference typically is reflected not only in buildings and language/attire, the food is another good example.

There was this stall selling all deep fried food; and there was an assortment of interesting variety.
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Deep fried wild flower; it was pretty unique!
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Costing about 3 Euros, it was served with sugar
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An interesting food specimen to sample with if you ever stumble upon these stalls in Munich

At the carnival, there were all sorts of food which I believe were traditional or cultural food in Germany in the olden days served particularly among the shepherd community.
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Pasta
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Vegetables
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It costs 7 Euros for this (a whopping MYR35 for this plate of vegetables)
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However, they encourage the notion of recycling; if you were to return the plate after eating, you will be given a rebate or 2-3 Euros in return.
I liked that idea of recycling!

Hope you are fortunate enough to sample with the unique German's local food/snacks if you are there in Munich!

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