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Augustiner am Dom is a popular tourist haunt that serves generous servings of traditional Bavarian fare with fresh frothy beer. Delicious classics like the Bavarian loaf and roasted pork beckon food lovers. The inner courtyard houses a Beer Garden, where one could enjoy freshly brewed beers. Set right next to the Frauenkirche, it is easy to locate, too.
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.
The flagship of the Käfer food business is its delicatessen-cum-restaurant in Bogenhausen. Run by star Chef Fritz Schilling (with the help of another renowned chef, Eckart Witzigmann, who is a consultant here), the restaurant uses the best ingredients and offers the finest wines to their discerning clientele. The private rooms are also offered for group dinners and gatherings for a memorable time. Check out the website for detailed information.
The tower which gave its name to the beer garden was built in 1789 as a viewing point and bandstand in the heart of the English Garden. Unfortunately, what we see today is only a reconstruction, as the original was destroyed in 1944. However, the musical connections have remained. There are over 7000 seats at Chinesischer Turm, where customers can relax and enjoy a Mass (a liter of beer). Tradition permits you to bring your own food along, but the food is quite decent and is sure to leave you satisfied.
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.
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.
This was once the home and studio of Cosmas Damian Asam, an important painter of the late baroque period. The facade of the Asamschlößl is a rare example of the sort which was once so widespread in Munich. The painter acquired the estate in 1724, added a studio and started to decorate the facade with his work. At the time, the grounds also included buildings for the workers, a geometrically designed garden and a chapel built by his brother Egid Quirin. The house was rebuilt after the War by Schleich and the paintings on its facade restored. Quality regional cuisine has been served here at reasonable prices since 1993. The dining rooms are traditional and comfortable, comprising the Tirol Room, a lounge with a clay oven and a beautiful garden. Celebrities from the nearby film studios in Geiselgasteig are regular guests here.