Spanish: Bodega Dalí
The eccentric artist Salvador Dalí, who was born in Catalonia, is world famous for his surrealist work. He is also the inspiration for a small romantic eatery in the district of Schwabing. Located in a basement vault, the Bodega Dalí serves Catalan and Basque delicacies. Among the menu’s highlights are Pimientos de padrón (€ 5.50)—fried mini peppers—or wild pig ragout with figs and potatoes (€ 12.50). Fidena (€ 12) is a Catalan paella with chicken and seafood served with noodles instead of rice. The innkeepers of the bodega personally import the exquisite Spanish wines, which—with the food—are priced according to one of the best price-performance ratios in the city.
Daily 5 pm–1 am
How to get there:
U2/8, Tram 12/27 Hohenzollernplatz
Phone: (089) 27 77 96 96