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Munich is a city that loves to eat—and eat big. Homemade dumplings are a specialty, and so are all kinds of sausages (Weisswurst in particular) and Leberkäse, a large loaf of sausage eaten with freshly baked pretzels and mustard. Schweinbraten, a braised loin of pork served with potato dumplings and rich brown gravy, is Bavaria’s answer to the north’s sauerbraten (pot- or oven-roasted marinated beef). Inexpensive sausages, soups, and snacks are sold from outdoor stalls all around the Viktualienmarkt.

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