This traditional Bavarian restaurant has a history dating back some 500 years, making it perhaps the oldest restaurant in Munich. Specialties include several beef dishes (tongue, Tafelspitz, fillet), goose in season, and pork. You can get simple omelets or soup, too. The interior is charming with dark wood-panelled walls and candles at night, but in summer the favorite spot is its lovely beer garden. Note that, while “bräu” is still part of its name, this former brewery no longer produces beer.
Dürngräugasse 2 (off Tal)
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Viktualenmarkt Hours Daily 9am–midnight Transportation U-/S-Bahn: Marienplatz Phone 089/222-195 Prices Main courses 9.50€–20€ Cuisine Type Bavarian Web site Zum Dürnbräu
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