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A few weeks ago, I have posted my five restaurants for testing, in which the Drunken Cow Grill & Bar was included. I found it through Bianca and had to go there. Amelie and Chris joined for a lovely evening!
A Burger & Grill has now enriched the Maxvorstadt neighborhood, as the Drunken Cow opened its doors by mid-November, and now I finally managed to test it. What a pity that this eatery has only opened, after I had moved away from the Maxvorstadt neighborhood, but I can get there quickly on my bike. Its very simple interior is equipped with red leather sofas and black tables. Apparently, you can sit outside in the summer. The service personnel is extremely nice and when I made my reservation and asked or a well illuminated table, they were very helpful. They meant indeed that the restaurant in general was rather dimly lit, but fortunately it was brighter than expected, which was good for my pictures.
Drunken Cow the burger
But let’s move on to the most important part – the burger! Chris chose the Kahuna-Burger with teriyaki sauce grilled sauce, jalapeños, double cheddar cheese and bacon. Amelia went for the Italian Job Burger with mozzarella, basil pesto and jalapeños. Finally for me the Honey-Mustard burger with jalapeños, fried onions, cheddar cheese and the special honey-mustard-bbq-sauce. This is very convenient, for in many Munich Burger eateries trimmings are not included and pile up heavily in the end. So we picked up tabs of 15 to 17 Euros per person.
As always, there is no accounting for taste, but I would have preferred flavors that are more intensive. As from March, lunch specials will also be served, and I will certainly drop in as soon as the new term starts.