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Recommended restaurants and cafés. Here you get inspiration to what and where to eat when you are visiting the city. You can see recommendations from other users and you can leave your own comments.

Munich has developed quite a cosmopolitan gourmet scene in the last decade. The city, regarded as the best place to live in Germany, offers a wide range of European, Asian, African and South American restaurants.

But, as you’re in Germany, you have to sample the local delicacy ofl Weisswurst (white sausage)! Munich has plenty of beer garden restaurants where you can try traditional Bavarian food such as “Obatzda” cheese, grilled ribs, potato salad, Brez’n and other local specialties such as Pretzels.

Simply sit down at one of the tables with locals – it is a custom in Bavaria, whether in beer gardens or restaurants, to sit down with complete strangers and enjoy each other’s company – they might even end up sharing their food with you!

The Finest Places To Dine In Munich

Fraunhoferstrasse 9
Popular traditional restaurant, also frequented by a youthful public.

Burg Pappenheim
Baaderstr. 46
Both hosts take excellent care of their guests, and for reasonable prices.

Landersdorfer und Innerhofer
Hackenstr. 6-8
In these simple compartments the food tastes even better.

Weisses Brauhaus
Tal 7
Excellent Bavarian cuisine, vaulted ground floor, more rooms upstairs.

Wirtshaus im Isartal
Brudermühlstrasse 2
Pastoral restaurant, regular cabaret or cinema sessions. No other beer garden has such long opening hours.

Prinzregentenstrasse 73
High Society gathers here.

Schuhbeck’s Restaurant in den Südtiroler Stuben
Am Platzl 6-8
Cooking star of the Munich gastronomy, popular from radio and tv, has found his new dwelling place here.

Johann-Fichte-Strasse 7
Highly-prized culinary delights, created by Chef Hans Haas and served in a stylish ambience.

Weinhaus Neuner
Herzogspitalstrasse 8
First-class cuisine in the heart of the city, jovial atmosphere.

Falckenbergstr. 7
Since the eye eats as well, the decorators have paid great attention to exotics.

Nymphenburgerstr. 26
A small place, still relatively undiscovered, good Indian kitchen, friendly service.

Kun Tuk
Amalienstrasse 81
At present one of the nicest places to enjoy Thai food.

Sushi Bar
Orlandostrasse 5
Popular snack and sushi bar next to the Hofbräuhaus.

El Perro Y el Griego
Belfortstrasse 14
Elongated tapas bar. Lots of wood and azulejos (tiling).

Lisboa Bar
Breisacher Strasse 22
Superb fish preparations. Vinho verde and caipirinha (an originally Brazilian aperitif) by the litre.

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