We visited this Paulaner brewpub on 6.11.2015. It is located at the original location of Thomas Bräu, hence a very traditional location. Nice Munich style restaurant. Beers are really good, both the Kellerbier and the Weissbier tasted delicious. Food was outstanding, had a Krustenbraten, best I had so far in this city. Service unfortunately but not surprisingly in this city was quite unfriendly. 15 min after I had ordered my meal they informed me about it’s unavailability. No apology. Hope the bad service was a 1 man exception. Will come again and need to get used to the bad service in Munich.
Very nice historical brewery with the tables between the copper plants. Staff is very friendly and proud of their products. Selection is limited to local production, but covers all the typical styles. Beers tate good and are quite cheap. Food is also good (local specialities) but quite overpriced.
Although Munich breweries do it in the best possible way they can’t keep up with brewpubs. There are quite a few of them in Munich. This one is like Hacker-Pschorr - a brewpub owned by a big brewery. They brew it on spot and the difference is huge. Just 2 brews, but none of which will disappoint you.
Visited the Brauhaus for dinner. We began at the Biergarten & tried some of the special brews. They were really excellent. But unfortunately you need to come all the way to the Brauhaus to try them. Had the chance to meet the master brewer. He experiments a lot with a mix of hops, both from America & Europe. The restaurant was big & filled with a lot of wood work. It had a traditional touch to it but the presentation of the food etc: were as if you were in a restaurant gastronomique. The food was excellent but it comes with a price tag too. The service was a bit slow at times. A place to visit if you would really like to taste innovative beers from Paulaner.