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.
Augustinerkeller is one of the most frequented traditional beer gardens and Bavarian restaurants in the city center serving big glasses of exquisite beer and authentic traditional culinary delights. The restaurant boasts of a cozy and old-school European decor, ideal for enjoying a sumptuous meal. The beer served in the sun-bleached beer garden is reputed to be one of the best in Munich. Students, business people, locals and tourists alike find this heritage place incomparable.
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.
Located directly opposite the Opera House and considered to be one of the best places for good Bavarian cuisine, Zum Franziskaner offers culinary classics like homemade Leberkäse (meatloaf) and Weißwurst (veal sausage) as well as a selection of international dishes. The Bavarian decor sets a charming ambiance, and the amicable service adds immeasurably to one's dining experience.
Stepping into Atelier's dining room can perhaps be best likened to stepping into an artist's dream studio. Axel Vervoordt, a Belgian art dealer, designed the space, so it is no wonder that the restaurant has the aura of a modern, subterranean studio combined with the elegance of a three-Michelin star restaurant. Of course, the design of the dining room is only part of the reason this restaurant can boast three Michelins and a slew of other accolades. Chef Jan Hartwig is the man behind the exquisitely prepared prix-fixe menu, which has a tendency to chance with the seasons. For those who enjoy sipping while the savor, Atelier employs Sommelier Moritz-Christian Blass, who helps guests select the perfect bottle or bottles to do with their dinner. A private dining room can also be found behind the mobile wall designed by Dirk Vander Eecken for those hoping to rent out a section of the restaurant.
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 concept behind the Brenner Grill is what really makes it stand out in a city full of fantastic restaurants - you can sit in one of three parts of the restaurant - the steak grill, the pasta bar or the bar / cafe at the front, but order anything from either of them no matter where you sit. And all cooking happens on an open grill in the center of the premises, so you can see exactly how your meal is made. The menu range is relatively small but the food is all very good; be careful though, as getting a steak and a few side dishes (which are priced separately) can end up deceptively pricey. The restaurant is big, with an overall capacity of 300, making it a good choice for a group.
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.
Schwarzreiter Tagesbar & Restaurant in Munich is one of the best places in the city to savor some truly contemporary Bavarian masterpieces. The decor is upscale, featuring elaborate chandeliers, elegant floor fabrics, and intimate seating areas, making it a great place for special occasion dining. Some of their specialties are the Bavarian Prawn, Lugeder Duck, Buckwheat Spaetzle and Buffalo Camembert. Do try the cocktails here.
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.
The brainchild of internationally recognized and multiple award-winning chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, Matsuhisa Munich serves a fine blend of contemporary Japanese and Peruvian cuisines, taking guests on a gastronomic journey that they'be never been on. The place looks like a chic sushi bar, featuring an open kitchen, elegant furnishings and a private dining area that has to be booked in advance. Known for their sushi, make sure to try their Yellowtail Sashimi Jalapeno, Spinach Salad Dry Miso, Black Cod Miso.