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Best places to eat in Munich

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Best places to eat in Munich

Best places to eat in Munich


It's almost impossible to narrow down the best places to eat in Munich. This city has been embraced by foodies that want to explore new flavors and add their own twist to cultural flair. Whether this is your first time visiting the city, or you're a seasoned guest, check out our top Munich restaurants that you can't miss when you're here. 

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Old Town

Hofbrauhaus:  Platzl 9, 80331 Munchen, Germany

 

Hofbrauhaus is one of the most iconic beer halls in Munich — if not the world. Enjoy cheerful polka music and grab a stein of beer as you eat Bavarian classics. Visit their website to read their menus, but also to learn about beer purity laws in the region and what makes Munich's beer special. 

 

Weisses Brauhaus: Tal 7, 80331 Munchen, Germany

 

For another traditional beerhouse in the Old Town, visit Weisses Brauhaus, which offers quality Bavarian food without the crowds of Hofbrauhaus. Weisses Brauhaus also works to combine the traditional beerhouse experience with a modern twist. Their website is predominantly in German, but you can visit it to learn more about their beer, music, food and catering options.

 

Shoya: Pfisterstraße 6, 80331 Munchen, Germany

 

If you don't feel like eating sausages and potatoes with every meal, stop by Shoya for a palate cleanser. This is a Japanese restaurant that specializes in sushi and beautiful plates. Substitute your beer for saki or find a sushi roll that pairs well with the local brews. Their menu is easy to read so you can look through each section and find what you want. 

 

Galleria: Sparkassenstraße 11, 80331 Munchen, Germany

 

Galleria is an optimal Mediterranean restaurant to try while you are in Munich. This restaurant can be more expensive, but it is worth the cost. This restaurant is located right next to Marienplatz, making it easy to find. You can look at their staple menu items online or see about the chef's tasting menu when you are there, which includes multiple courses to enjoy a little bit of everything.

 

Ruff's Burger & BBQ: Rindermarkt 6, 80331 Munchen, Germany

 

Sometimes you just want some comfort food and Ruff's Burger & BBQ is the perfect solution. Diners can bite into thick patties and massive French fries, with plates big enough to satisfy even the hungriest tourist. This is a low-budget dining option, perfect if you just need to grab a bite during the day. Check out their website to see what their food is like.

Neuhausen-Nymphenburg 

Broeding: Schulstraße 9, 80634 Munchen, Germany

 

Broeding offers regional cuisine with a light, enjoyable twist. There is an outdoor garden for dining which you can enjoy in the summer, and you can order dishes that include traditional Bavarian flavors without the heaviness of the food. You can make reservations on their website and look at their specific menus of the day to see what is being served.  

Gartnerplatzviertel

Konigsquelle: Baaderpl. 2, 80469 Munchen, Germany

 

Konigsquelle has offered traditional Bavarian fare to diners for more than 30 years. They boast a handwritten menu that is carefully crafted with regional tastes in mind. You can make a reservation online for this restaurant but are sure to feel like you stepped into a family dinner when you arrive. 

Schwabinger Tor

Tantris: Johann-Fichte-Straße 7, 80805 Munchen, Germany

 

Tantris is an architect-designed restaurant that offers upscale dishes. You can see how much care the chefs put into each plate with bright, contrasting colors and unique structures. You can peruse both their menus and their wine lists to make sure that their creative palate matches what you are craving.  

Glockenbachviertel 

Cordo Bar: Ickstattstraße 1A, 80469 Munchen, Germany

 

If you want to explore other parts of European cuisine while visiting Munich, then stop by Cordo Bar, which specializes in Mediterranean cuisine. The colors of food on the plates are bright and inviting as guests try new seafood dishes and light entrees. There also is a full liquor bar and specialty cocktails, which you can read more about on their menu. 

Altstadt-Lehel

Sir Tobi: Sternstraße 16, 80538 Munchen, Germany

 

Sir Tobi might get overlooked at first because of its size, but its food is impressive and attracts all kinds of diners. While the menu isn't too pricey, the dinner service includes white cloth napkins that make you feel like you're in a high-end restaurant. Learn more about this restaurant on its website.   

Au-Haidhausen

Grat3 Restaurant: Hochstraße 3, 81669 Munchen, Germany

 

Sometimes you don't have to leave your hotel to enjoy impressive food. Stop by Grat3 Restaurant inside the Holiday Inn Munich - City Centre to enjoy a few Bavarian classics. This restaurant is open for breakfast and lunch, so you can grab a bite and then keep sightseeing through the day. 

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Whatever you're craving, you're sure to find something delicious in Munich. From local fair to unexpected fusion flavors, there's something delicious around every corner.

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