A hip New York-style deli packed with refined cakes, and child-friendly – it’s easy to see why Cynthia adores Occam Deli.
The moment you walk into Occam Deli (one step up if you are with a stroller) you’ll notice their long table of cakes. They typically have anywhere from 10 to 15 varieties, depending on how many have been eaten before you arrive. This café is absolute heaven for those with a sweet tooth; and there’s something for everyone – including lactose free, gluten free and vegan cakes.
I adore Occam Deli. I like going there with my mom friends most and have even taken my kids (aged 5 and 8). And don’t let the hip New York style vibe deter you; the service is unexpectedly friendly and observant despite its overt cool-factor!
The menu satisfies and delivers exactly the warm and fuzzy feelings you would expect from their high-quality eats. The combination of unique, carefully curated ingredients are magic in the mouth. I, being a visual person, also love for my plate to look like a masterpiece; and at Occam – the creativity in the way their plates are presented can be sometimes too gorgeous to break into. Why eat your meal when you can just stare at it, right?
How to get there
Occam Deli is at Feilitzschstrasse 15; a short walk from the Münchener Freiheit (U3/U6) underground stop near the Englischer Garten.
When to go
Occam Deli offers different menus for day, lunch and dinner. Prices for the day menu range from €4.50 to €28.50; the lunch menu is at the set price of €11.50; with the dinner menu ranging from €7.50 to €28.
Drinks also vary according to time of day. Mornings and early afternoons are covered by coffee, sodas and juices. Alcohol is available in the evenings.
You will typically need a reservation for dinner, especially on Friday nights when the restaurant transforms from a bar to chic nightclub.
Find out more
Visit Occam Deli online at http://occamdeli.com/ to see their current menus or make a reservation.
This review was posted in March 2017. Please bear in mind that businesses can change opening hours, menus or even shut down entirely without warning. Let us know if this listing needs updating or add any info we’ve missed by leaving a comment below.
Cynthia Drack is an artist and art teacher who has lived in Munich for 10 years. She was born in Malta but grew up in Melbourne, experiencing different cultures & their culinary delights. For most of her professional career, she worked in Corporate Marketing… But after having two kids, she found her reasoning & creative skills were better suited to small people. Cynthia’s favorite foods include Japanese and Thai. She enjoys bike riding in all temperatures and has been known to inflict upon herself international bike tours even in the hottest of summers.