The 4 Best Places to Grab a Bite in Munich
Posted By Phin Upham
Bavarian cream is some of the richest cream in the world. It is perhaps the most well-known aspect of Munich’s cuisine, but it’s certainly not the end-all. Munich is a bustling city with a tons of great tastes.
Prinz Myshkin in the Altstadt
For some of the most imaginative vegetarian cuisine that Munich has to offer, come to Prinz Myshkin. You won’t find big, American portion sizes here, but the food is all very flavorful. The vegetarian stroganoff is a particularly creamy dish that fans of the meaty version will enjoy.
Wirtshaus in der Au
This place has great atmosphere, including a set-piece band that plays music while you eat. The service is also friendly and the restaurant is located near the German science museum, so it’s a great stop for dinner after a busy day in Munich.
Paulaner am Nockherberg
A more modern restaurant, Paulaner features English menus and great food. The food is not composed of the same recycled recipes; rather the chief-chef puts effort into serving Bavarian food based on ingredients in season.
The dining halls of Weinhaus, a wine bar located just outside central Munich, are regal. Reminiscent of a dining hall out of Downton Abbey, Weinhaus is a swanky wine bar in the fashion of old Bavarian hangouts. You won’t find modern day cuisine, but if you’re looking for classic tastes, you’ll find them at Neuner.
BONUS: Bier und Oktoberfest Museum
A quaint little restaurant built inside the oldest civilian house in Munich. You will need a reservation to get a spot at this hole in the wall, but its intimate setting is perfect for a dinner with two.