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Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Eating Out in Munich

If you’re visiting Munich, you will definitely keep busy sampling the amazing culinary options available and the freshly made beer barrels available at any of the beautiful beer gardens the city is famous for. Here are some of the best local restaurants you must visit when in Munich.

A 250-year-old house which has been restored and made into a restaurant.It is popular with people meeting up for business meetings, lunches, coffee, and fresh beer, right from the tap. There’s a baroque ballroom on top floor of the building, non-smoking rooms and one with a fire-place too. These rooms are sometimes rented for parties. There’s a garden as well with 250 seats and almost 300-year-old trees. Authentic Bavarian cuisine is the specialty of the house.

Nürnberger Bratwurst Glöckl
The Nürnberger Bratwurst Glöckl opened more than 115 years ago, right beside the Cathedral. The speciality of this restaurant is the grilled sausages that are freshly made every day by the restaurant’s own butcher and grilled on an open fire grill.
Augustiner beer fresh from the barrel, chilled with ice, along with the grilled sausages, traditionally served with fresh horseradish and sauerkraut, is an amazing experience. Cinnamon sprinkled Sweet Apple Flan with Vanilla Ice Cream is also one of their must-have delicacies. There are multiple, rustic themed rooms ranging from 22 to 115 guests. And due to its proximity to the Cathedral, all the historical events and festivities can be experienced from there.

Gasthof Obermaier
In the centre of the Trudering district, a traditional Bavarian restaurant in a historical building,family owned since 1863, with an addition of a beautiful garden, makes dining at Gasthof Obermaier a treat.
The restaurant has an in-house butchery which features a variety of Bavarian delicacies, however, the it has a dedicated international menu as well. The menu keeps changing throughout the year, seasonal specialties and 100% gluten free cuisines are also featured.
The Beer Garden has seating space for over 300 guests. There’s a playground for children too, making it an ideal eating spot for the whole family. There are various dining halls and rooms for conferences and meetings, which can be rented out.

On the banks of the lake in the East Park, there’s a captivating open restaurant, Michaeligarten. It has a sun terrace, beautiful rustic halls, and an excellent menu that features both Bavarian and international cuisines. Its offers a perfect combination of traditional and modern foods.
There’s a garden by the lake, which can be booked for dinner parties, wedding ceremonies, business lunches and more. There are themed events and weeks throughout the year, a romantic candle-light dinner on the Valentine’s Day, for example.

Good native food is a very important part of the journey to make your trip memorable, but the place you will be staying at is also very important. You can look for Luxury Munich apartments for vacation and find a home or apartment with a kitchen of your own to recreate the fantastic local cuisine you experience on your dream vacation to Munich.

Frauenkirche, Munich

Munich Isar River

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