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The following restaurants are divided into three categories:

Expensive (over € 100)
Moderate (€ 50-100)
Inexpensive (up to € 50)

It is the average price for a three-course meal for one person and two glasses of wine or a comparable drink, with VAT, but without tip. A tip of 5-10% is common for good service.

Not all restaurants in Germany accept credit cards, visitors should inquire by phone. Prices usually include 19% VAT.


Beetle tavern

This typical Bavarian gourmet restaurant has a long tradition of well-known chefs and illustrious guests. Although this is one of the most expensive establishments in the city, you can still enjoy delicious, innovative Bavarian dishes such as B. Enjoy stuffed veal breast or marinated rabbit in a relaxed atmosphere.

This large, traditional restaurant is divided into twelve cozy rooms, which provide the right setting for an intimate dinner for two to the ballroom for up to 40 people.

Address: Prinzregentenstraße 73, 81675 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 416 82 47.


The guests of the Pfistermühle in the Platz Hotel in the center of the Bavarian capital enjoy fine Bavarian cuisine in the homely atmosphere of Munich as it used to be. The restaurant, which was rebuilt in summer 2017, is housed in a historic mill from 1573, completely covered in vine tendrils.

Address: Sparkassenstr. 10, 80331 Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 23 70 30.


The Tantris has been decorated with at least 2 Michelin stars for more than four decades. The creatively arranged dishes that appear on the plate in the listed building of the Tantris are not just a feast for the eyes, but a culinary feast for the taste buds. The term Tantris means “striving for perfection”. This striving can be found in the Tantris in every respect, from the sommelier to the service to the ambience, which at the same time appears modern and nostalgic.

Address: Johann-Fichte-Straße 7, 80805 Munich
Phone: +49 (0) 89 361 95 90.



The Thalassa offers its guests delicious Greek and Mediterranean dishes in a relaxed and warm atmosphere. At lunchtime and in the evening, bifteki, mousaka, kleftiko and gyros are served every day at a good price-performance ratio – in summer also on the terrace.

Address: Wasserburger Landstr. 212, 81827 Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 451 083 23.


The Dallmayr is a huge gourmet shop that is particularly known for its coffee. You can buy the wonderfully fragrant beans or simply enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee on the spot – as a pleasant break from a stroll through Marienplatz.

The restaurant on the first floor is often occupied by the nobility, who meet in riding or hunting attire for fine dishes such as seafood and carpaccio. In the evening, this is a good place for lobsters and oysters.

Address: Dienerstraße 14-15, 80331 Munich
Telephone: +49 (0) 89 213 51 00.

Mangostin Asia restaurants

These three exotics are united under one roof: Papa Joe’s Colonial Bar & Restaurant, which serves colonial cuisine, Keiko, a Japanese restaurant, and Lemon Grass, where you can watch the preparation of Thai dishes in an open wok kitchen.

All three are in the same price range and offer Asian specialties such as sushi, tempura and bento as well as a variety of stir-fried dishes and pasta dishes.

The decor is very Asian with Far Eastern sculptures and plants. The biggest attraction, however, is the huge garden of the Mangostin, the first Asian beer garden in Munich, where you can enjoy some mild summer evenings.

Address: Maria-Einsiedel-Straße 2, 81379 Munich
Phone: +49 (0) 89 723 20 31.


Chinese tower

The Chinese Tower may not be one of the most elegant locations in Munich, but it is definitely one of the most famous and popular. Especially during the annual Oktoberfest, the purest hustle and bustle is announced here.

Open all year round in the picturesque English garden, the restaurant serves tons of real Bavarian beer and traditional dishes such as B. crispy Wiener Schnitzel with potato salad or rösti. Whether punk or politician, student or star, you can meet everyone here.

Address: Englischer Garten 3, 80538 Munich
Phone: +49 (0) 89 38 38 73 27.


The Hofbräuhaus is probably the most famous restaurant brewery in Germany, but it now attracts more tourists from around the world than locals.

The Hofbräuhaus extends over three floors with the typical Bavarian banquet hall, which is decorated with long wooden tables and low chandeliers. Vaulted ceilings and heavy decor create a pleasant atmosphere. In summer you can sit outside in the yard. Traditional folk tunes are often played.

If you want to experience this piece of Bavarian culture among many tourists, you can enjoy the amazing variety of beers with a hearty traditional dish, such as the famous Munich Weisswurst with sweet mustard or juicy roast pork.

Address: Platzl 9, 80331 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 290 13 61 00.

Palais Keller

This restaurant, located in the basement of one of the best hotels in Munich, is a hidden treasure in which the “Welcome!” Authentic and warm, the food is real Bavarian and the menu prices are surprisingly low. No wonder there is always a lot going on in the Palais Keller. Charming waitresses serve hearty, traditional dishes such as veal in sour cream with glazed beets or pike balls in shrimp sauce.

Address: Promenadeplatz 2-6, 80333 Munich,
Phone: +49 (0) 89 212 09 90.

BMW building, Munich