Touting the freshness of its local ingredients, this urban-chic corner restaurant near the Isartor offers a casual menu with an artisanal twist. Their long list of crisp thin-crust pizzas all feature housemade dough, fermented for 48 hours; they also have a range of salads, handmade pastas, and hefty burgers served in house-baked spelt buns. (The veggie burger is a winner—in fact the place is overall a good choice for vegetarians.) Their mozzarella and ricotta cheeses are particularly luscious, and save room for the Nutella pizza for dessert. Breakfast is another specialty, with an extensive breakfast menu featuring everything from Spanish omelettes to an Asian mini salmon teriyaki burger, for those who are tired of the traditional German breakfast buffet. Even if you don’t have time for a meal, you can always pick up an artisanal treat at the attached bakery, Bachspielhaus.