Good things come in small packages. And this café is no exception. With just two tables inside, and a couple more outside, Henry hat Hunger feels more like being in someone’s (very cool) kitchen. We say cool because anything it might lack in size is more than compensated for in style and design.
Every last inch of this café is beautifully decorated, from the antique furniture to the funky blue tiles behind the bar. Then there are the wooden boards hanging on the walls that not only perfectly complement the colour scheme, but also provide a sense of anticipation regarding the food that might be served on them.
Open every day for breakfast, lunch and snacks either side, the café serves croissants or small Frühstücksbrettl in the morning, along with delicious coffee from local Fausto Caffé. From midday, you can try the dish of the day, with regulars including soup, pasta and quiche. For those with a sweet tooth, the homemade cakes are always excellent.
In a small glass cabinet on the bar, there is normally a selection of freshly made sandwiches. Each one combining different fillings with different breads. Highlights include the crusty rolls filled with roasted vegetables or the goat’s cheese and sun-dried tomatoes on olive ciabatta.
Opened by Sandra Mayr in 2014, she took over the space from an existing café called – have you guessed it yet? – Henry. Having also worked there, she was keen to keep a piece of the café’s old identity alive when creating a new one. The result? A unique name for a unique place.
Zeppelinstraße 27, 81541 München
Mon – Fri | 08.00 – 18.00
Sun – Sun | 10.00 – 18:00