Une superbe taverne munichoise de taille humaine. L’accueil est sympa, les bretzels délicieux, le choix de bière parfait et surtout leur qualité de loin au dessus de la moyenne. Incontournable pour les amateurs de bières munichoises
Nice place in the center of Munich. A bit crowded, but nice to sit outside and have a beer with very typical Bavarian food. However, if you have a lot of time, go to Aying and visit the Ayinger Bräusüberl.
Visited on 20th April 2014. Tucked away a short walk from Hofbrauhaus this is another lovely old venue. Really ornate looking building with outside seating, inside is all wooden with different levels and a lot of seating.
Good range of Ayinger beers, well kept and well priced. Service was excellent. Like this place.
Wooden traditional furniture with relaxing atmosphere. We had a great time joking around with the lady behind the bar. However they don’t have all the Ayinger beers (no Doppelbock) and the ones they have are quite expensive. Around 4,60€ for 0,5l. But this is probably normal for Munich’s city centre. I guess I will come again.
Great place, one of the best in Munich. Just saw that I’m the mayor. ALL RIGHT!!! As Padma Lakshmi would say, "Tick, you are top ticker!" (my name is Tick). Centrally located, near Marienplatz. Nice scene and great Bavarian food, although it’s popular, so reserve ahead! Prices ain’t bad, less tourist gouging than expected. Service is fine for Munich, where nobody cares. Beer list is more extensive than most of the meager lists in this city, and of course the brewskis are legit. Just go there.
This restaurant is close to the Marienplatz and in front of the Hofbrau brewery. The place is nice, inside is traditional and the beers are better than the hofbrau brewery. The food and the prices are fair for this part of the city. The only thing is that it is often full.