A really nice tap room and restaurant, slightly tucked away from the hustle and bustle but right in the thick of things. Most of their offerings were available on tap, and the place had a very classy feel to it. On the steps going down to the bathroom and all around the lower level, there are some awesome pics of the monks throwing back beers with the general public. Priceless. I’d say make it to the monestary in Andechs if you can. If you can’t, it’s necessary you hit this place. If it were me (and it was) - I’d hit both.
Nice place with tables outside and a large wooden interior over two floors. Quite some tourists, but what else did you expect? Very nice service and good food, even though it isn’t exactly cheap. A bit disappointing, that they don’t have their own core range.
SinH4 (239) Garching b. München, Germany | August 12, 2017
Centrally located next to many other classic places in Munich. The downside: It’s touristy and they don’t have the full range of regular Andechser beers. The upside: it’s cozy and the service is quite nice. Nothing too memorable, but still a nice place.
Sat out in the sunshine, which was pleasant. Service was slow, as the staff seemed more interested in chatting amongst themselves than looking to see if my glass was empty. Selection is the Andechser beers, not a wide range.
OK spot - less ornate than most of the other large beer halls in town. The restaurant has a large patio as well as a covered smoking area. The walls are covered in amusing photos of the famous guests who have had a drink here. If the pictures are to be believed, apparently Joseph Ratzinger is a big fan of this place. The beer, as expected, was quite tasty. Prices weren’t bad considering the location. I’d drink here again.
Pretty nice spot in central Munich near Marienplatz. Of course their beers are good. Goes without saying. I found it loads of fun too, was there alone but met lots of locals and travelers. Service is decent and food is good Bavarian fare. I’ll be back.