Fidelio Munich Hotel

Schwanthaler Strasse 82, Munich, Bavaria, 80336, Germany
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Restaurants in Munich

by zuriga

Unfortunately, I don't have time to go through all the tips here about where to eat in Munich. I'd really appreciate some suggestions for interesting and enjoyable meals, probably in the main part of town. Children will be along, so we really do not need anything too high-end, although we don't want beer halls either. :-)

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by xymmot

Some people like beir hall food and then some beir hall food is not so bad, try them. I was happy as well as 500 others in the building. Cheers Tommy x

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by globetrott

RATHAUSKELLER
that is a restaurant directely UNDER the cityhall of Munich (the one with the turning puppets & chimes) on Marienplatz.
When standing in front of the building, the restaurants has its entrance on the right side.
Try Weisswurst, it is a white sausage, very soft and you eat it with sweet mustard and a large Bretzel

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by Donna_in_India

I second RATHAUSKELLER. It's a traditional cellar restaurant. We thought it might be touristy because of its location, but it was a lovely place with delicious food. We had a variety of sausages and potato panckakes and really enjoyed it.

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by WStat

I'd recommend RATSKELLER,
Marienplatz 8
80331 M√ľnchen
+49 (0) 89 21 99 89 0
a nice restaurant with delicious, not too expensive food!
Have a look at their menu at the website
http://www.ratskeller.com/index.php?id=66
Greetings!

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by globetrott

Willy/Wstat is right about the name:
RATSKELLER
and obviously we both have the same taste for good food just like the employees of the Rathaus (cityhall), because in principle the Ratskeller was ment as a restaurant for the Mayor and his employees and its open for the puplic as well.
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in principle you will find a Ratskeller in almost any german city right under the cityhall and in 99% it has a great, traditional interior and the food tastes great there !

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by Donna_in_India

I thought was the name but yours sounded nicer Michael. :-)

Re: Restaurants in Munich

by zuriga

Thanks, all. You've convinced me to try your top pick!!

Travel Tips for Munich

Be aware that dogs are allowed...

by ladygolfer

Be aware that dogs are allowed anywhere and everywhere. While eating McDonald's one day a lady walked in with 2 dogs, and nothing was even said, dogs are treated like people to the point of being allowed to go everywhere, including inside shops and restuarants, even if you are not blind. Well with so many things to write about the most fondest thing I will remember about Munich is the intricate network of trains, trams and buses that they have and the way of exact timing on arrival and departures of these things.

If the weather isn't nice...

by eurotravels

If the weather isn't nice enough to sit out in the beer gardens there are some great pubs. We found the staff very friendly and the beer tasty at the Lowenbrau pub at the side of the food market (Viktualienmarkt).

The Heraldic Arms of the City of Munich

by gordonilla

The city of Munich presently only uses the right arms as the official arms. Until 1957 the left arms were the official great arms, the right arms the arms for daily use.

The monk (Munch) is a canting symbol. The monk already appears as a canting symbol on the first seals of the city, which date from 1239 and 1268. The seals show a gate with the mink and above the gate an eagle, probably derived from the arms of the Bishops of Freising, to which the city belonged. Since 1313 the lion replaced the eagle, as the city now was a possession of the Wittelsbach family, Dukes of Bayern. The lion is the oldest symbol for the Wittelsbach family, which commonly used a blue shield with silver diamonds (see the arms of Bayern).

The arms with the gate have not changed since and were officially granted as city arms in 1834 by King Ludwig of Bayern. Form 1936-1945 the lion was replaced by the eagle used by the Third Reich.

The use of the great arms was abolished by law from December 17, 1957 and only the small arms have been used since. The monk as a single figure has been used on a small seal dating from 1304, and on the banners of the city since the mid 14th century. The shape of the monk has changed considerably during the centuries. The figure as shown above is according to the official drawing of 1957.

working on Oktoberfest

by globetrott

Maybe you get the idea to work during Oktoberfest, in order to earn a lot of money ??

YES you can, BUT it is a really HARD JOB, as you have to work each day from the beginning to the very end.

I had collegues working as waiters in one of the big tents and they earned about 6000 DM (ca.3000 Euros ) within these 14 days.
A lot of money for a lot of work !!

All sorts of jobs are offered, just have a look on this link and the one below :

Click here for infos about jobs on Oktoberfest !
All infos are in GERMAN - BUT you will need good knowledge of German anyway for such a job !

On my pic: Ochsenbraterei, where you may watch the waiters and cooks, while working !

Great Park !!!!!!!

by everdawn57

In the heart of Munich lieso ne of the greatest european parks ... the english garden (it does remind the english countryside)....you can even use it as a major road n order to get downtown! When the sun shines the park is overwhelmed with people from all over the ages creating a beautiful atmosphere! - not to mention the nudists hahaha
Don't miss this relaxation - or abike ride - in Munich it's absolutely perfect!

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