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For an evening of German fun, come down to Wirtshaus Ayingers. This pub and restaurant offers you the best of both worlds: excellent beer, delicious food! Try out the 6 beers-on-tap that change often. The food is more like a prix fixe menu, but is a really good selection.
Schuhbecks in den Südtiroler Stuben is a culinary institution that works under the able leadership of superstar chef Alfons Schuhbeck's. A proud recipient of one Michelin star and many other acolades, Schuhbecks in den Südtiroler Stuben welcomes patrons into an ambiance that is sure to leave a mark on your memory. Drenched in plush upholstery, elegant seating spaces and brightly-lit interiors, the dining room looks nothing less than a stage awaiting a prolific act. The act in the form of exquisite German cuisine comes to your table, each of the dish is created with utmost attention to details and plated with sheer panache. The wine list is decadent with entrants from Germany to all of the Mediterranean region. If you wish to indulge, there surely cannot be a place better than Schuhbecks in den Südtiroler Stuben.
This palatial restaurant is located at the edge of the Münchner Platzl, where it serves lavish breakfast spreads to its well-heeled clientele. Christened after Renaissance composer Orlando di Lasso, Schuhbecks Orlando serves its signature breakfast that comes laden with treats such as sausages, ham and cheese, fresh loaves of bread and butter. There is also a fruit plate and crudites plate for those who prefer more health conscious options. Schuhbecks Orlando also has a beautiful terrace which is ideal for breaking bread on sun-drenched mornings.
Traditional German cuisine, that is redefined and customized to suit today's palate. The restaurant is has four vaults which date back to the 16th century and gives the restaurant a touch of the old-world charm. The food is a bit pricey, but is definitely worth the experience. Some must tries include the Goat cheese-pear tartelette, the Roasted saddle of veal and the Bavarian ox fillet from the grill.
Decorated with huge lamps and old-school tables and chairs, the Spezlwirtschaft located in one of Munich's oldest buildings has a rustic, casual feel to it. Perfect for a late dinner with friends, or after dinner drinks, Spezlwirtschaft serves up a delicious selection of traditional Bavarian food as well as Burgers and other popular bar food, and boasts of having the best Schnitzel in town. Try their selection of Bavarian Dips and starters along with a great selection of local beer.
Nestled within the magnificent Alter Hof castle, is this gourmand's haven, Vinorant Alter Hof. Guests can gorge on exceptional Franconian cuisine at this restaurant. To taste some of the best offerings of this place, choose from their chef's special selection. Guests can also join the restaurant for a 'Dinner in the Dark' session, which will give you the experience of using your senses, except sight. While the interiors are elegantly embellished, the wine garden is a wonderful retreat in the summers. This place remains shut during public holidays, contact the restaurant before visiting.
Loacted inside the Scholastikahaus which is a heritage building, the Haxnbauer im Scholastikahaus is a popular restaurant that is known mostly for the pork knuckles that have taken over the town. This delicacy is crispy and chunky- a pleasure for the taste-buds. Down them with copious amounts of beer and wine for a great meal. The restaurant is also the perfect place to hold meetings and occasional events can be seen conducted here. Apart from the pork knuckles, the Isar Salad and Potato Pancake with Smoked Salmon are other good options to try out.