First, I actually took some photos of some of my food, but the computers at this hostel, in addition to being as sluggish as the DMV with tryptophan in the ventilation system, are locked up tight, and won't allow me to even access the Windows calculator, much less get photos off my camera.
|The currywurst finally sees the light of day.|
This is a hot item in Germany, a sausage covered with ketchup and curry powder. It was quite good, but the fries were stunning, like the ones I had in Belgium in 2006...light, crispy outside, hot... Then, got some fresh juice from a different stand that for some reason had a TV crew there filming them serving.
My Lonely Planet guide tells me that there is an actually decent Tex-Mex place in town. I'm doubtful, but like to see how Europeans do food from the Americas, like Mexican or BBQ. I have to say, the chips and black beans were actually very good. Rice, not so much. The salsa was odd, pretty mild and more the consistency of pizza sauce, but not bad. The waitress brought me "habanero" sauce when I asked for it scharfer.
One I forgot to mention was dinner Friday in Vienna, btw. I sought out an Italian place that was supposed to be good, and had the special of the day, a ravioli in tomato pesto. Excellent. The waiters couldn't tell me too much about what was in it.
Ok, will try to upload more photos later after I leave Munich. As it is, my time on this machine is running out.