Ocui is a nice alternative to the pork-heavy Bavarian dishes and fast food restaurants you encounter a lot of in the city centre.
Upon entering the restaurant you receive a chip card, which after choosing your food and drinks you take to one of the three cooking islands. You can either go Italian or Asian with pasta, wood-fired pizza and lasagne, salads, soups, antipasti, wok (rice or noodles) and deserts. I especially enjoy their Pizza Greco with sheep cheese, olives, peperoni, garlic and fresh spinach.
The two things I like most about this place are: The communication with the chefs when they take your order. They ask you e.g. how much garlic you want, how spicy your food should be or if you have any other extra wishes. The second thing is how fast the food arrives. Every time I’m amazed how soon the little pizza-shaped device starts vibrating and I can go get my pizza. Even though the term fast food has some negative connotations, let me call the food at Ocui “quality fast food”. If you want, don’t wait at your table but watch the chefs prepare your food in front of you, using only fresh ingredients.
The interior is elegant with design furniture, a lot of wood and a lot of tiles, and the personnel are very friendly. And if you’re still not convinced to pay this place a visit: When you leave you get gummy bears!