Clear brightly lit place halfway between Marienplatz and Isartor. Decor was a more modern classic Bavarian style, atmosphere was more of a simple sit down restaurant than of a brewery, but still relaxing. Small selection of Paulaner beers, which are they are, okay. Classic Bavarian food was pretty good, but not the best I’ve had. Staff was good, and prices were good for the location. Fun stop.
Not a showstopper of a beer hall, but I enjoyed my visit here. Aesthetically, it’s a very nice place. The interior has some nice rustic furnishings and an attractive bar top. Unlike a lot of similar spots in town, Paulaner Im Tal opts for restaurant tables instead of long benches. There’s also a sneakily nice garden in the back for when the weather is cooperating. The beer menu’s fairly small (3-4 core offerings). Prices and service are reasonable. Overall, a good stop to work into a crawl of downtown Munich.
We came here 6.12.2015 and stayed only for 5 min. Beers are tapped horribly. Mixed from different glasses, no beer love, awful. Worst Paulaner place I have been so far, not sure why the brewery allows such a beer violation. Visit Schneider Weisse across the road!
SinH4 (211) Garching b. M?nchen, Germany | August 18, 2015
went here when Schneider was full. Ambience is fine, service is average, the beer list is limited: Basically Helles, Dunkles, and Helles and Dunkles Weizen. Food is a bit pricy, but not bad. Okay place.
A big place with a large dining area and a smaller bar area. The selection is, like most German drinking establishments, somewhat limited. The service was pretty slow; we waited about 10 minutes before a server finally showed up. Aesthetically the place is attractive. I like Paulaner beers but this place was, overall, a bit of a let-down. Only worth visiting if it’s convenient.
How are there not more ratings for this place? It’s across the street from Schneider. Chinoskillzian and I walked over here from Scheider and watched the hooligans run through the streets while enjoying a beer from the sidewalk. I also got a bowl of some kind of pretzel and sausage soup. The beer is good but the inside of the building is beautiful. They have this awesome tap set up and a copper seal in the floor. Lots of pictures and decorations on the walls and a bronze boar statue guarding the door. Very cool place, even if the beer isn’t as good as across the street at Schneider.