Italian food culture

Cheese, wine, olive oil and of course pasta and pizza: lovers of Italian specialities will find what they are looking for at Eataly.

A piece of Italy in the middle of Munich: A mixture of market and gastronomy makes the Schrannenhalle an Italian gourmet temple right at the Viktualienmarkt.

The first German branch of the Eataly delicatessen group offers delicacies from Bella Italia on 4600 square metres. Of course – just as it is usual in the Italian markets – there is something to try everywhere.

The cooking school in the basement also offers cooking and nutrition courses throughout the year.



Photo: Frank Stolle


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