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Theo

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Good Restaurants In Munich
« on: 20.09.2009, 20:49:08 »

Hello Guys,

This is unrelated to Eurofurence and unrelated to furry, so if the mods want to delete this thread I will not take it personally.

My housemate is going on holiday to Munich and is looking for a good restaurant. Since there are so many German furs on this forum there is a good chance someone will know of a good place.

Can anyone recommend somewhere?

Thanks,

~Theo
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Re: Good Restaurants In Munich
« Reply #1 on: 20.09.2009, 21:37:05 »

What do you want to eat? What style, what cuisine, vegetarian or not, what price level? Perhaos I can't point you to somthing after you've told me, but I can at least ask the other munich furs then ;)

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Re: Good Restaurants In Munich
« Reply #2 on: 21.09.2009, 08:28:11 »

Let me quote 2, the ranting gryphon on this:

"You need to find a good restaurant? THROW A F*CKING ROCK!"

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Re: Good Restaurants In Munich
« Reply #3 on: 21.09.2009, 09:25:07 »

What do you want to eat? What style, what cuisine, vegetarian or not, what price level? Perhaos I can't point you to somthing after you've told me, but I can at least ask the other munich furs then ;)

Jojo

Hi Jojo. He's after a e course meal, preferably native german cuisine, not vegetarian. It's his dad's 70th birthday so he's looking for somewhere quite special about 50€ per person

Thanks for your help.

Let me quote 2, the ranting gryphon on this:

"You need to find a good restaurant? THROW A F*CKING ROCK!"

:)

How is throwing rocks going to help? I don't understand.
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Re: Good Restaurants In Munich
« Reply #4 on: 21.09.2009, 15:30:56 »

There are restaurants in Munich?  How about Frankfurt and Berlin?
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Re: Good Restaurants In Munich
« Reply #5 on: 21.09.2009, 15:33:41 »

How is throwing rocks going to help? I don't understand.

I think what 2 Gryphon meant is that there are no bad German restaurants. Personally I don't know about that though because I haven't been to Germany often enough to go and eat in restaurants.
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