This post has nothing to do with wine, but when I spotted Pommes Boutique in Munich a few weeks ago I knew I had to mention it somehow. I really enjoyed this fast food concept which is actually a cool revival of the good old French fries stall. The owners are true niche players, meaning that they chose a small field where they try to excel. So you won’t get the generic frozen fries here but rather the genuine Belgian fries which are hand cut and fried twice to give it a good crunch. To get the right toppings you’ll then find this impressive sauce pump-station with a big selection of flavors for any taste. Of course fries alone would be boring, so they also prepare a small selection of “side” dishes: I had small couscous-lamb rissoles which were delicious. Oh, I shall not forget the home made ginger lemonade which was truly refreshing. So if you’re looking for a different kind of lunch on Amalienstrasse one day, you should definitely give it a try.