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Typical Restaurant of Munich

Munich, Germany

Collection of 7 places
The classic German brewery Restaurant Pils Corner
Traditional Restaurant

In addition to local cuisine and a typically German climate, the pilsner-corner also offers Croatian dishes and Argentine meats. Their specialty is, of course, the Bavarian cuisine and the menu is further enriched with dishes based on fish.

A historic brewery under the Munich Town Hall Ratskeller
Traditional Restaurant

The Ratskeller has for decades epitomized the Munich way of life and a gastronomic jewel with 1,100 seats and 15 rooms in the heart of Munich. The unique ambience in the neo-gothic vaults and in the impressive Prunkhof are in themselves a real attraction!

The temple of the Wienerschnitzel Andy's Krablergarten
Traditional Restaurant

Excellent Bier Garten where you can taste typical dishes at a very modest cost.

A place where you can enjoy the tradition Zum Durnbraeu
Traditional Restaurant

Munich. The heart of Bavaria. Here the well-known Bavarian hospitality has its origin. In the middle of the city stands "Zum Durnbraeu", which has opened the doors to its guests for more than half a millennium. A place where you can enjoy the tradition still today as can experience then.

Immerse yourself in the unmistakable blend of trend and tradition Wirtshaus Zum Straubinger
Traditional Restaurant

If you want to take a break from the Oktoberfest crowd without giving up the typical atmosphere. It is located in quiet and very pretty downtown area just a few minutes from Marienplatz. Typical menu, quality dishes with obviously good beer.

Bavarian Tavern in Munich Görreshof Wirtshaus
Traditional Restaurant

The Görreshof is one of the oldest Bavarian taverns, Bavarian restaurant in Munich. Experience the Bavarian cosiness and hospitality in a beautiful atmosphere, with attention to detail, lots of wood. Urban and cozy and for everyone, the Görreshof.

The most famous brewery in the world Hofbräuhaus am Platzl

The Hofbräuhaus am Platzl is a beer hall in Munich, originally built in 1589 by Bavarian Duke Maximilian I as an extension of the Staatliches Hofbräuhaus in München brewery. The general public was admitted in 1828 by Ludwig I. The building was completely remodeled in 1897 by Max Littmann when the brewery moved to the suburbs.