Munich - restaurants
Munich is one of the very few European cities with more than one Michelin-rated three-star restaurant, and some of its sophisticated eating places are among the finest anywhere.
Only a small percentage of all restaurants in Germany accept credit cards and visitors should check before getting a table. Prices usually include VAT.
Bratwurst Glöckl at the Cathedral
In cosy historical rooms you can taste a famous speciality: Grilled Sausages from the open wooden fire.
Beside the Cathedral of Our Lady
Medieval 6-or 10-course banquet served by wenches wearing 16-th-century costumes. Reservation necessary.
Residenzstr.27 (under the Hall of Generals)
Wirtshaus in der Au
Cosy Bavarian restaurant for whatever age known for Munich's biggest Knödel (dumplings).
Lilienstr.51 (near Dt. Museum)
Large old Munich restaurant with inexpensive Bavarian food. No dish more than 7,35 Euro. Also good for groups.
Weinstr.1 (near Marienplatz)
Revolving Restaurant at the Olympic Tower
At a height of 182m grand view of Munich and the Alps while revolving through 360° in 53 min. Excellent cuisine.
Olympic Tower at the Olympic Grounds
(in the Valentin Musäum)
Seating in the midst of antiquities and curiosities drink a cup of coffee and taste the delicious "Schmalznudeln".
Inside a tower of the Isartor, Tal 50
Ratskeller at the New Town Hall
Traditional Munich restaurant located under the Town Hall. Munich and regional specialities. English speaking staff.
The traditional restaurant offers Bavarian specialities in a typical Munich atmosphere.
Main pedestrian way, Neuhauser Str.27
Munich's oldest inn dates from 1440. Medievally small and charming. Bavarian standards and international cuisine.
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