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Japanese: NoMiYa

This bar is a true cross-cultural gem and can be described best as a collage of Japanese imports and local pleasures. Sushi rolls (€ 4.20–7.90) dominate the menu and are commonly served with NoMiYa’s Altötting beer. The Yakitori and Kushiyaki sticks (€ 1.20–2.50) are great snacks prepared with vegetables, fish or meats—the Schweinswürstel Yakitori (pork sausage stick) are a house specialty. A Breznstange (pretzel stick, €1.20) can be found on the menu next to such exotic appetizers as miso soup (€ 2.90) and spring rolls (€ 3). Those, who prefer a pure path of Japanese dining in a Bavarian atmosphere, should try the Sake (rice wine), which is served cold or warm in beautiful Japanese jars. NoMiYa is quite a small joint and the comfortable wooden benches fill up quickly with the Haidhausen crowd, so an early arrival is the best way to secure one of the popular tables.
Opening hours:
Daily 2 pm–1 am

Wörthstr. 7
81667 Munich

How to get there:
S, U5 Ostbahnhof

Phone: (089) 448 40 95

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