Gürmet Turkish specialities at the Viktualienmarkt

Wednesday, September 06 2023

Opening Times

Tuesday to Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am - 6:00pm

Kitchen from 11:30am


Viktualienmarkt, Abt. VI/Nr. 9
80331 Munich-Altstadt
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+49 89 930 948 77

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Our latest discovery at Viktualienmarkt: fine Turkish meze from the Gürmet stand. Owner Mete Gür conjures up tasty vegan-vegetarian lunch dishes and snacks from high-quality ingredients - and regularly invites you to exclusive wine tastings.

Culinary diversity is the hallmark of the charming Viktualienmarkt in the heart of Munich's old town. From fish to cheese, fruit and vegetables to desserts, visitors can get everything their appetite desires.

The small stalls with freshly prepared lunch dishes are an excellent alternative to the classic restaurant during the opening hours of the Viktualienmarkt. A newcomer when it comes to specialities from Turkey is Gürmet.

Since the beginning of 2023, owner Mete Gür and business partner Sarah Lange have been serving tasty meze from his home country, prepared from high-quality ingredients. There are around half a dozen different Turkish snacks to choose from - all vegan-vegetarian.

"We always adapt our small menu to the season," explains Mete Gür. For example, there are currently gözleme, thin flatbreads filled with spinach, wild garlic, dates and roasted walnuts. Or (our favourite!) a colourful primaeval tomato salad with the Turkish plucked cheese Tel Cecil.

Gürmet Wein und Metze am Markt-17
Gürmet Wein und Metze am Markt-19
Gürmet Wein und Metze am Markt-18

What remains constant is the ring-shaped organic yeast dough pastry Simit from Munich bakery genius Julius Brantner, which is terrific for dipping the aromatic sauces and the beetroot hummus.

"All our dishes are freshly prepared every day, preferably with products from the Viktualienmarkt," says Mete Gür, making it clear that not only quality and taste but also regionality play a significant role at his stand.

Gürmet's culinary concept is rounded off by regular wine-tasting events. The focus is on products from Germany as well as those from Turkey. Two countries that form an excellent symbiosis of flavours and thus represent a further gastronomic enrichment at the Viktualienmarkt.

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