Booking comes highly recommended at this cosy Haidhausen joint which serves exquisite Mediterranean dishes and feels homey all year round. In a 19th-century building on a quiet, largely residential street, Preysinggarten has a simply clad interior with fresh flowers, candlelight and specials on a blackboard. It wins extra points for its excellent vegan and veggie options (until recently, a rarity in Munich) and exceptionally friendly service; visitors young and old, local and new in town, are all welcomed as regulars. (The venue is super-kid-friendly, with a playground out back.) In warm weather, the courtyard is lovely, particularly for a long, lazy Sunday brunch.
Munich gets a lot right, and the Bavarian beauty’s bevvy of restaurants is included. You need to have plenty of energy to attack all those world-class museums and concert venues, right? Munich is a city filled with hearty fare and no small amount of innovation and excitement. Still, comfort food is king, from now until eternity.
Carnivores will be in meat heaven in Munich, although there is plenty for vegetarians and vegans to enjoy as well. Munich is a city for everyone, after all, a community-centric city that has worked hard to deserve its ‘Village of a Million People’ nickname. Those people need to eat, and these are the places they head to first. These are the best restaurants in Munich.
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