Munich Dinner is Served
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Munich Dinner is Served

Arriving in a new city always begs the same question: where can I find the best food? We aim to introduce you to venues where you'll be so spoiled with culinary delights, you'll never want to leave.

Nothing tops delicious. Though not a traditional Bavarian saying, there is truth in it nonetheless. The ingredients available in Munich are of such quality that it is hard to find bad food. But the real artistry lies in the experience provided: perfect service, modern decor, top-notch wine list, renowned chefs de cuisine, stylish culinary presentation and an overall skill for blending great ingredients into a perfect symphony.

Three of Munich’s best tables in town

The restaurant Koi is an Izakaya – a typical Japanese pub – located on Wittelsbacher Platz. But with its driftwood fixtures and deep green walls, this dazzling two-story venue merges Japanese pub with cosmopolitan restaurant. Sharing is caring, and true to the expression, Koi offers a selection of Japanese tapas ‘To Share’ or ‘Just for me’. Recommended starters include the Maguro No Pizza (yellowfin tuna sashimi pizza) and Kamo Tataki (duck breast tataki). As a main, the Wagyu No Sumibi (Australian Wagyu beef tenderloin) is a must. Grilled items on the menu are prepared on bamboo charcoal, dubbed Robata. It’s a culinary experience in a cool, trendy atmosphere.

The Esszimmer is located on the third floor of BMW world. High-end cars and classy restaurants often go hand in hand. But any trace of motor oil and testosterone associated with luxury cars is replaced by a feel-good atmosphere thanks to the venue’s elegant interior, garnished with warm tones, dark leather and fine woods. The outstanding cuisine and wine pairing is in a league of its own. The culinary creations by Bobby Bräuer are an experience for all the senses. The wine recommendations by sommelier Frank Glüer and impeccable service directed by restaurant manager Helene Löwe make for a memorable dining experience.

Let’s start with the facts. Geisels Werneckhof is a prize-winning restaurant with two Michelin stars and a score of 18 in the Gault Millau. It’s located between the renowned Leopoldstrasse and the English Gardens. Head chef Toku Nakamura stems from Japanese roots but was born and raised in Munich, and uses his international experience to create magic in the kitchen. In short, customers can expect nothing less than a virtuous combination of aroma style in the purest way: octopus with kimchi, or cuttlefish with mango and green papaya. The whole dining experience is enjoyed in a rustic, yet elegant Bavarian interior, with an atmosphere that stands out from most top international restaurants. Five courses start at 150 euro, with an additional 75 euro for wine pairing.

Schuhbecks The most renowned celebrity chef in Bavaria. He owns a culinary empire which includes the restaurant Südtiroler Stuben, a wine bistro, a catering service, a cookery school, a spice shop and an ice-cream parlour, all based in Munich.
Dallmayr A delicatessen for locals and visitors alike. A must-see, with a cafe/bistrot and restaurant.