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Housed in the basement of the gothic Town Hall building in the heart of Munich, Ratskeller is a good place to stop by for a sumptuous lunch or a leisurely romantic dinner. The menu is solely inspired by traditional Bavarian cuisine, so you can sample some really great local dishes which are interspersed on the lengthy menu. If you're a first-timer then go for the Ratskeller Potatosoup, Nuremberg Style Bratwurst, Scweinebraten, Entenbraten or Beef Goulasch. Pair the food with German beer and wine, and round it off with a helping of something sweet. The cellar's arched ceilings and woodwork add to the charming ambiance as do the sounds of soft Bavarian melodies.
A pretty, well-manicured courtyard on La Vecchia Masseria's entrance will probably make you want to have a seat there already. The quaint interior of La Vecchia Masseria is abundant with a rustic trattoria-like charm and a rare Italian atmosphere which is possibly contributed by the Italian born and bred staff that serves you classic Italian fare. Pastas, linguine, tortellini, seafood and decadent desserts are all up on offer. This authentic eatery, located on the Mathildenstraße is popular among locals for its hearty food and reasonable prices. La Vecchia is truly a gem of a find in the scenic neighborhood of Ludwigsvorstadt.
Recently opened in the so-called 'French quarter' of Haidhausen, Le Faubourg has a plain but cool ambiance, a trendy clientèle and serves up classical bistro food like terrine, confit de canard or rabbit. A rustic European decor of elegant tables and soft linen transforms the place into a romantic getaway of sorts. Patrons enjoy their abundantly seasoned food while taking in the slow-paced atmosphere.
Dehbaschi is renowned for their delicious Persian fare. This romantic restaurant has an old world charm to it and is warm and inviting. The wait time is a bit more but it is worthwhile when you have the sublime food. The menu changes on a regular basis, but everything is nonetheless very delish. You will normally see tourists and couples here enjoying the delightful fare and romantic atmosphere. They do serve wine and beer along with your meal. And for entertainment, you have the classic belly dancing show after dinner.
Owned by the Irish chef Shane McMahon, this restaurant is a reflection of his passion for culinary creativity, This restaurant guarantees a fantastic European-Asian fare; even the chefs are not aware of what exactly they will whip up until they assess your preferences! There is a lovely terrace, complete with herb garden, where you can enjoy your meal in a quiet atmosphere, and the lounge is the place to head to for some great drinks.
Tantris, one of the most highly renowned restaurants in town, offers fantastic contemporary international cuisine paired with an excellent wine list. The main room, decorated in red and black, sets a dramatic scene for their enticing cuisine. The philosophy of the house is that food is the basis for happiness, and judging by the delighted faces in the restaurant, their dishes deliver. There is also a terrace and garden room, which are available for functions on Sundays and Mondays. The food consists of set meals and a-la-carte options that one can savor at a leisurely pace.
Confident in their ability to serve you delicious meal capable of satiating diverse palates, Broeding serves a daily changing five- and six-course menu for dinner six days a week. Needless to say, the meals served here are exceedingly well thought out and exquisitely prepared. The cuisine is solid and hearty rather than fine, and features Classic Southern German and Austrian ingredients combined in a novel fashion. There is also an enormous variety of Austrian wines and a special fish menu once a month.
The Olympic tower at Olympiapark is the tallest building in Munich, just a little shorter than the Eiffel tower. Built by the civic council in 1965-68 for the 1972 Olympics, it provides the best view of the city and surrounding area and in good weather, it is possible to see as far as the Alps. The Olympiaturm restaurant beneath the viewing platform is open from 11a-5p and 6:30p-midnight. Apart from providing a stunning view, this rotating restaurant also serves very good dishes from around the world at reasonable prices.
Located in the iconic Olympiaturm of Munich, Restaurant 181 is unique in more than a few ways. With an amazing view of the entire city, this revolving restaurant led by the award-winning Chef Otto och, serves gourmet continental meals fit for any special evening (or afternoons, the lunch menu is quite nice too). Whether it is a business or a romantic occasion, Restaurant 181 will provide an unparalleled setting that will surely make it unforgettable. Although the menu can be a little pricey, the ambiance and Otto Koch artfully designed recipes pretty much make for it.
The sublime atmosphere of Restaurant Acetaia is hard to miss. A shimmering wine cellar, classy furnishing layered with crisp linen and dainty silverware along with an all-expansive floor - sets the table for two. A romantic evening will find the perfect destination in the subtle yet inspiring atmosphere of this restaurant. When the weather is mild and sunny, a rooftop patio transforms itself into a great venue for laid-back lunches or business brunches. A stellar wine list is one of Acetaia's proud assets, which certainly elevates your fine dining Italian experience.