What does MUN MUN mean?
Definition: turning, rolling rolls, moving
In Thailand, children ask their grandmother for “mun mun” if they would like to eat a cone of sticky rice. This was also one of the very first words our daughter Emmy learned to say in Thai. mun mun in Munich is a typical street food stall, like the ones you see everywhere in Bangkok.
We prepare our food traditionally directly in front of your eyes in a wok and use exclusively fresh ingredients. We do not use any kind of flavour enhancers or glutamates. Every meal can also be prepared as a vegetarian dish.
Treat yourself to a Thai timeout and enjoy our meals at our restaurant. You can also order every dish as a takeaway beforehand.
We are looking forward to welcoming you!
Thai Cooking & Takeaway
We are open every day from 11 am -10 pm.
On New Year’s Eve we are open from 11 am to 3 pm.
The Mun Mun is closed on the following days:
24th, 25th, 26th December and 1st January.
Out of consideration for our neighbours, soups, salads and cold spring rolls can only be ordered until 9 pm.
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Thai Streetfood in Munich
You are looking for a traditional and authentic Thai street food stall in Munich? Mun mun is more than only a takeaway: we offer traditional Thai cuisine. Our family is originally from Bangkok and Ubon Ratchatani (Isan). We prepare fresh and individual dishes from both regions here in Munich.
Order at the counter and get your food delivered right to your table.
You are also very welcome to watch us prepare your mun mun dish.
Unfortunately, you cannot book tables in advance.
People come and go all the time at mun mun. This is how no one has to wait a long time, even at lunch and dinner time!
Order, Collect and Pay
You are welcome to order your takeaway at +49 89 24 88 175 88
Collecting your order, you can pay in cash or with an EC card. Up till now, you cannot pay with a normal credit card.
We also offer home/office delivery from 20 servings.