Cafe im Hinterhof translates as a “cafe in the back courtyard,” and that’s exactly what this charming cafe in the Haidhausen neighborhood provides. On a warm summer day or really any time you want a breath of fresh air with calm and elegant surroundings, this is the place to eat a thick slice of Zwetschgendatschi (a seasonal plum cake and local favorite); sometimes there is piano music playing in the background, and other times you can sit in quiet and read the paper while enjoying this juicy, sweet, crumbly Munich specialty with a cappuccino in hand. Alternatively, go for brunch and finish up with cake and tea.
Time Out tip: The cafe’s head cook and several servers hail from Sri Lanka, so the cafe offers something unique in Munich: a typical Sri Lankan breakfast with roti bread, Ceylon tea, dragon fruit and spicy sambal spread.
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