Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Ratskeller & Augustiner Beer Halls @ Munich

Roaming the beer halls of Munich: With a history that reputedly dates back to the 19th century, the intricately decorated cellar restaurant of Ratskeller is a popular stop at central Marienplatz square. Specialities include sauerbraten, the classic pot roast marinated in vinegar & red wine with apples, celery & juniper berries, partnered with potato dumplings, pretzels & red cabbage.

Bavarian minced veal lung stew & liver dumpling soup might neither look nor sound exceptionally appetising, but this is gasthaus grub at its tastiest - not a feast for the eyes, but a treat for the taste buds. Down with beer & elderberry brandy.


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  1. The food is so yummy and I love old & ancient architecture like this. You are making my bucket lists longer now.... Munich!

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    1. Twilight Man: if you love history-rich buildings, munich will charm you! :)

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  2. Oh my!!! That ceiling is absolutely stunning. Awesome architecture.

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    1. Suituapui: yes, it's really cool to wander in and out of the structures in the city's older, well-preserved neighbourhoods :)

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