I ate cooked shrimps and a dish similar to the Shanghainese's stir-fried vegetables. I found that the German people's tastes are sour, spicy, and salty. I still prefer it. The German people in the square were drinking beer and chatting, very casual. Everything is sold in the market, and there are many cute things.
The grain market is next to Marienplatz, a 3-minute walk. There are many shops selling flowers and groceries. Many locals like to stroll around and drink coffee. There is nothing special. It is an old market, but there is a seafood restaurant with a lot of people. tasty.
This is equivalent to the local vegetable market, of course, in addition to selling vegetables, there are other flowers, crafts and gifts. There is also a circle of snack shops around a circle of vegetable shops. The price is not expensive, but it seems that many vendors here only accept cash and cannot use credit cards. I actually bought a piece of fried pork skin to eat. It tastes good, but it is very salty. After a few bites, the rest is fed to the pigeons. Tuli is a shop that sells flowers and gardening supplies. It is very cute, but this pile of things will probably be left there to accumulate dust.
It is said to be a free market, but it is very clean, with a lot of fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as local cheese and various spices. It is very close to the nearby attractions on foot. In short, it is a must-see in Munich. There is also a chain deli next to it to have a big row and big elbows.
This restaurant is very close to my university. I often come here with my friends in the dormitory for some sausages and a bottle of beer. This grilled sausage is very delicious, the outer layer is very crispy, everything is open, when eaten in the mouth, it is very chewy and tastes more fragrant, not very greasy, it is a good snack. The price of beer is not very expensive, it is not very bitter, and it is very refreshing.