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Five best Bavarian restaurants

Many dishes regarded as typically German originated in Munich; hearty joints of meat, copious quantities of potatoes and spiced sausages are all staples of the Bavarian kitchen. However, the city’s contemporary dining scene is moving away from these traditional options, incorporating international flavours and adding a fresh spin to classic dishes. The city has a well-deserved reputation for embracing international flavours; its status as a Savoyard city meant it once shared a ruler with Milan and Italian flavours appear throughout Munich’s restaurants. In recent years, flavours from France, the Mediterranean and further afield have made their mark on the city’s cuisine. These cosmopolitan influences, combined with a crop of innovative chefs and beautifully designed dining rooms have helped make Munich’s restaurant scene one of the world’s best. Verity Hogan dines at a selection of the city’s very best restaurants

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