Situated directly opposite the Theresienwiese (venue for the Oktoberfest), this bar offers a less expensive (and better) alternative to the overpriced ... More
Situated directly opposite the Theresienwiese (venue for the Oktoberfest), this bar offers a less expensive (and better) alternative to the overpriced meals in the festival marquee. It's worth coming here at any time of year, and not just during the festival, for a taste of the fine Bavarian and Italian cuisine. The chestnut tree-filled beer garden seems like a green oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle. Pizzas are available from EUR 4, and snacks such as garlic bread from EUR 2. The spare ribs at an unbeatable EUR 5.50 are highly recommended. The service is good and the beer even better.
This was my first stop after arriving in Munich last October and checking into the hotel. The food and beer were excellent! My waitress couldn't find an English menu for me, but was very nice and helped me through it. I liked it so much we ended up coming back here a few days later - same great food, beer and service!
I would deffinitly recomend this place for people looking for local cuisine in a fun atmosphere (both indoor and out).
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