From my research, I was aware of a place to eat in the station called Mongdratzerl, which ended up being right outside the left luggage room on the end of the station closest to my departure area. Sweet! The menu was in German but the waiter was really helpful and I was able to get pork and a Radler. The bread dumplings were way superior to the ones at Hofbrauhaus -- more like a really good stuffing at Thanksgiving. The pork was tender and yummy, and there was this awesome au jus on the plate. Great meal with 2 mugs of Radler, which necessitated a couple of trips to the toilet. It cost 50 cents, but they give you slugs to use if you're a customer.
That reminds me of something else: when something costs less than a euro, they'd ask for 75 cents just like at home.
|My tiny little sleeping berth on the train|
|Same plumbing for sink and shower|
|Compact little bathroom|
I took a short shower before turning in; there are some young guys in the next compartment so I'm hoping they won't be too loud.