It was on September 1st, 2011 in Munich, Germany a bit after lunch time since I preferred a less busier dining hour. It took awhile to look for this place within walking distance since it was not within the centre, besides I coped the long walking through the nasty rain. The vegan restaurant, Max Pett was hidden behind these trees and off the corner of Pettenkoferstr and Mathidenstraße. In the very beginning, I thought the interiors looked traditional, but it looked simple and fresh, mostly with modern taste. I was sat near the windows. I thought the service was a bit slow, especially with one woman making an order and serving meals, however it wasn’t too bad since the lunch hour was nearly over and more people were just leaving. Max Pett has a daily special meal that goes with free dessert or soup at the price of €8,50, which was a plus since most main meals are a bit overpriced (more than €10).
What I had was the special daily meal with free dessert:
- zucchini potato truffle gratin with side salad. (don’t know how to write in German since they took it off from the website)
- strawberry ice cream with whipped cream and wafer
- chilled gazpacho with yogurt sauce on it
- schupfnudeln-mohn (black poppy rolled noodle) in buttery sauce with plum ice creams
- double espresso with whipped cream
- soya cappuccino with whipped cream
They all cost about €25, which was not bad for a decent and modern vegan cuisine. Their ice cream dishes were to die for and I really like their desserts mostly. I will go back to Max Pett again if I’m ever in Munich!