This stunning building is a must for those who appreciate the German beer hall tradition, an integral part of the culture in Old Town Munich. While you might enjoy the pomp and the ceremony of others in and around the city, Weisses Bräuhaus is frequented far more by locals than by tourists and there is a notably different atmosphere. It is very relaxed and authentic while still remaining friendly. The waiters greet visitors at the door and happily serve up a huge stein of locally brewed beer. The regulars stay for hours on end sharing stories and enjoying lively conversation. The food, especially the pork dishes here are wonderful and the impressive variety of beer in certainly a plus.
Address: Tal 7, München, Germany, +49 89 2901380
An excellent alternative to delicious Bavarian food. Shoya is a small establishment with extremely friendly staff and fantastic food. The freshness in the fish and the passion in the cooking is evident in every bite. Everything here from the salads to the fried chicken is meticulously hand crafted and beautifully presented. The sushi menu is reasonably priced and many plates and combinations are possible. Apart from the sushi, ramen and noodles, the salads have become the talk of the town, especially the avocado salad. Sometimes this is just what a sight seer needs in Munich, a casual lunch with friends or light and crispy gyoza on the go.
Address: Orlandostraße 5, München, Germany, +49 89 292772