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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. This dish 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.
Manufactum's marketing slogan is "Good Things Still Exist." Its first shop in Fünf Höfe along with a bread and butter shop has become quite popular amongst the locals. The range is the same as in the catalog, with a fascinating selection of original products. There are kitchen utensils, porcelain, knives, fabrics, bags, leather goods and much more. Their bread and butter shop offers a bistro service, oven fresh bread and other fresh items. Shoppers will love this place for the amount of products they store. Manufactum stresses on providing excellent service and good quality products to its clients and customers.
Non-residents will probably associate the name Dallmayr with coffee. Locals, however, think first of vol-au-vents, truffles, jam, confectionery and cold meats, and then of coffee. All these displays are enough to make anyone hungry, and the establishment offers you the perfect fix: the two Michelin star restaurant on the first floor, where there is some delicious contemporary fare to sample. If you want something lighter, you can always stop by the cafe-bistro for a coffee and light snacks. Operation hours for the restaurant, retail store and cafe vary.
Located in Munich's most popular shopping district - the pedestrian zone between Marienplatz and Karlstor, the Galleria Kaufhof, though presenting a simple exterior, offers an unrivaled choice of goods. Spread over seven floors, this huge department store contains almost everything, ranging from clothes to consumer electronics and caters to one and all. There is also a wine, gourmet and confectionery section for all your food-related needs. For refreshments, head over to either of the two restaurants situated within the store, and enjoy Bavarian delicacies after a day of merry shopping.
Founded in 1807 as a small herb market, Viktualienmarkt has developed over the years into one of Munich's biggest markets with an exciting collection of fresh flowers, fruits, vegetables, meat, cheese, and fish on offer. It has over hundreds of shops selling fresh produce, as well as a selection of restaurants and a large beer garden that brings in the local patrons every evening. The products are known to be reasonably priced, and the entertainment includes a number of cultural events, including a popular summer festival, that takes place here regularly. Dine at the local eateries lining the streets for local delicacies, while you take in the local culture in this crowded market place.
Nestled within the Künstlerhaus, a cultural place that serves as an event venue but is mainly brimming with artists, The Grill aims at satiating diverse palates. Executive chef Max Lechner uses locally sourced fresh ingredients to create tantalizing steaks, as well as, grilled fish and poultry dishes. Guests are surprised with a changing menu to reflect the best offerings of every season. The modern decor blended with the historical structure of the building creates an elegant ambiance. During summer, their beautiful terrace provides an idyllic space to dine in.
One of the biggest department stores in Munich, Oberpollinger stocks clothes for men, women and children, household goods, electrical goods, porcelain, sports equipment and furniture. This store is part of the Karstadt Premium Group and is well-known all over the city. Find apparel and accessories of some really cheap brands as well designer wear that is sure to fit your budget and preference.
This traditional shop has been offering crêpes and galettes or cakes for over 20 years now. With a fine variety of different types of crêpes, there is something for everyone. Shrimp, cheese and fruity flavors are the usual here. The best place to enjoy your crêpes is, of course, in the classic French atmosphere, but if there is no room left in the tiny bistro, then you can always take them home with you. Try the hot banana and the chocolate crêpes for desserts.
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.
Some say this is Munich's best Italian restaurant. Highly rated by Michelin and Gault Millau, Acquarello transports its guests to the world of Italian cuisine beyond pizza and Chianti. Located in the upmarket district of Bogenhausen, the restaurant is perfectly situated to attract sophisticated clientèle. Traditional recipes are modernized with daring new combinations. Try the Ravioli in White Tomato Sauce or the Braised Beef. Acquarello is the place to be for trying delicious and upscale Italian culinary delights while in the city.