So I hear it's incredibly difficult to find a delicious burger in Munich or at least one that is like those we have in the States. So when I read the great reviews for Schnelle Liebe and how their burgers are some of the best, I had to give the place a try!
Initially, as visitors, we got a tad lost searching for the place. But eventually we found our way. More of a bar than a cafe, it's about the size of a postage stamp. And it's definitely a popular place, even mid-week. With our minimal German skills and with a friendly bartender who spoke some English, we figured how the place works: order at the bar and snag any open seat you can find. There's no true waiter service although they will bring your food out to you. I thought it was going to take a while for a table but we luckily snagged a tiny table after a 15 minute wait.
The atmosphere is fun and lively, a great dive bar scene with upbeat music and neon hues. The burgers took a while (about an hour) as they were slammed but we kept busy with lots of beers. When our food finally arrived, I have to say, the burgers are DEFINITELY worth the wait. The juiciness of every bite was almost unbelievable!
I highly recommend a visit to Schnelle Liebe if you seek the best burger in Munich. I have to knock a star for the confusing setup and long wait but it's probably worth it. I'd definitely jet back over there any time I'm in town!
When I first entered the Schnelle Liebe I was incredibly optimistic about the burger that I was about to order. I had heard from a friend that they were simply fantastic here. In addition, it was a Tuesday night and the place was PACKED. People were even sitting outside under the heaters in the rain. We, after a few minute wait were fortunate enough to get a table near the restrooms. I took all of this as being a very positive sign.
I really liked the super casual, "dive bar" atomsphere of the place! Beer crates holding wooden boards to form tables and "chairs" / benches for seating. The music was on the louder side, the place is small and cosy and it really is a great bar.
However, we went there for dinner due to the repuation of the burgers. Unfortunately, I was not impressed, nor do I think I'll go back to eat. The burger was really dissapointing. It was big, but the patty just seemed like the normal beef patties you could get at any street carnival. It came with potato wedges, which were tasty, but the portion was on the skimpy side. In addition, even though I ordered the normal cheeseburger, it tasted as if it had been cooked with jalepenos and was a bit too spicy for me.
Summary: GREAT atmosphere; not very good food.
A cute and cosy restaurant formed the backdrop to an outrageous burger, a portion of heaven that made it to my 'Top 10 Burgers' ever.
Tiny crowded bar scene. In the Hipster gay neighborhood so normally a younger crowd. Good burgers but still prefer burger house better. Good beer selection and outdoor seating for summer nights. Would go again because I liked the staff.
It's not called "fast love" for nothing I assume! Small, fun, hip,low key and trendy local place with outdoor and indoor bar seating known for their yumness burgers and crispy, crunchy, starchy tater wedges. I really like this place! The place was loud, had some cool decor, punky 80's music and nice bartenders that were quick and efficient. It was crackin with younger professionals. A great way to have your dinner and drink afterwards too. We had two of the burgers and a grilled zucchini salad. The burgers were cooked just right and had a good smoked meat taste about them that made it very tasty and flavorful. And for those of you who like their burgers with a soda, I recommend trying out the spezi-a love child of cola and orange juice. Just enough fizzle with a bit of the orange twang. Gotta love it!
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