Bavarian Restaurants

Munich locals enjoy wine and dine. Many chefs from Munich are well known all over Germany and even abroad. Restaurants in Munich offer a sophisticated, traditional Bavarian cuisine. Therefore the dishes are light, very tasty and together with other specialities they become a “total work of art”. Quite often the influence of the Austrian and the Italian cuisine is quite obvious.

Here you find the great bavarian cuisine!

Augustiner

Augustinian

The Augustinian is valid with the inhabitants of Munich as the place with the best beer. Beside the normal beer there is there the ´noble material´ to drink, a particularly improved beer kind with higher alcoholic content. Food is oriented in the traditional Bavarian kitchen, respectable food offers for good prices. For beer drinkers the Augustinian is a must.

Another highlight is the so-called ´Washing´ of the Augustinian. However, she is not with the restaurant, but immediately in the traditional brewery in Landsbergerstrasse. There one gets fresh beer and traditional food for especially favorable prices....

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Augustiner Gaststätte
Neuhauser Str. 27
80331 München

Hofbräuhaus

Hofbräuhaus (Royal Brewery)

At the square Platzl in the centre of Munich the Royal Brewery, Hofbräuhaus is situated – the most famous brewery in the world and the epitome of Bavarian warmth and friendliness, called “Gemütlichkeit”. Today the Hofbräuhaus is an attraction for people from all over the world. Hofbräuhaus is the place where one drinks the beer that is brewed in Munich and where people dance to traditional Bavarian music. The beer garden outside the Hofbräuhaus is a recommended location among Munich locals, too.

The Hofbräuhaus in Munich inspired the song "oans, zwoa, g´suffa" (The Bavarian dialect for: "one,...

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Der Pschorr

The Pschorr

Directly in the side wing of the new Schrannenhalle one finds in the Pschorr Bavarian titbit and beer from own brewery. Also here there is not only substantial, but also light and meatless food.

After food the immediately bordering Viktualienmarkt, one of the landmarks of Munich invites, to a walk.

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Der Pschorr
Viktualienmarkt 15
80331 München

Spatenhaus

Spavin house

The spavin house is named after the Munich brewery of the same name, even if it has changed meanwhile the owner. It lies immediately at the beginning of Maximilianstrasse and offers a unique look at the opera. The restaurant applies more than two floors on which also different kitchens are offered. In the ground floor there is a big guest space with traditional ambience. The first floor is divided into smaller rooms which are booked often also by whole societies. Here one has the better look at the opera. Who likes it, however, sociably, should dine in the ground floor.

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Franziskaner

Franciscan

The Franciscan is also a former brewery restaurant. He is known for his veal sausages and the maybe best liver cheese of Munich. In addition one drinks a fresh wheat beer. With locals the restaurant is liked very much.

Since 2013 the Franciscan also owns Gault Millau bonnet for his excellent dishes.

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Franziskaner
Residenzstr. 9
80333 München

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