We went to this place before to go back to Switzerland by train. It was close to our hotel. The garden is really nice when the weather is ok. The service was not the best, the waitress was boring but she made their own job. The food was acceptable but the price for Munich is a bit high. The Löwenbrau beer is not my favourite but it is drinkable.
Ambiance was alright. Service was...horrible. Probably got served by the worst waiter ever. Guy actually yelled at a few of the other customers and looked pissed at everyone, including his colleagues, the whole time we were there. Luckily, my girlfriend and I escaped his wrath by clumsily attempting to utter some German phrases with our thick French Canadian accents. Oh God...
Beer selection was very decent. Food was pretty good ; actually the highlight of my visit. Prices were slightly on the high end, I remember. An okay place, and nice for the Oktoberfest-ish experience.
We came here 14.11.2015. A very historic place. Outside and inside very impressive. Unfortunately Löwenbräu is my least favorit beer in Munich. Service, Munich like, hence quite unfriendly. Due to the historic importance still a must beer place to visit.
Nice old building but a little bit out of the city center. Main room is big and open with plenty of seating. It was not too crowded when we were there so the service was quite good. The food was decent enough. I would stop by again.
Stopped here while touring Munich. It was shortly after Oktoberfest, so there was still a buzz to the place, but not the enormous crowds. Didn’t eat any food, but had a couple of liter beers; both were pilsner. The biergarten was really nice. I walked around inside the bauhaus briefly. Great looking atmosphere. My only problem with the place was that there really wasn’t much of a selection. It was pils or hefe. There were a lot of other Lowenbrau beers that i would have liked to have tried. Overall, a great place to stop and have a couple liters of beer.