Did you mean?Try your search again
You have 2 choices at the top of the mountain. The Sonnenhaus in the building where the Wankbahn ends (on the left in the photo), or the Wankhaus right on the summit. We had lunch in the Biergarten part of the latter.
Mine was delicious. A lentil soup with a chopped up Wien sausage in it, plus a Brezl. Great soul food. All washed down with a half litre of helles (light beer, as opposed to white beer, dark beer or pils). I don't usually have beer that early (it was just 12 noon) but what the hell (excuse the pun) - I was on holiday!
It’s fun to eat outside in the sun at close to 6,000 ft wearing a shirt, shorts and sandals.
Favorite Dish: The soup.
Updated Sep 4, 2012
Address: Wank (@ summit)
Try having lunch at the lakeside Pavilion. It has a restaurant and Biergarten section (both outdoors) so you can chooses to suit your budget.
We chose the restaurant (first). Tremendous views out over the lake, to the forests and mountains beyond. Lovely food too, and excellent service.
D paid, so as usual I can’t help with prices.
We did have a drink in the Biergarten after our hike around the lake.
Favorite Dish: Tbc
Written Sep 3, 2012
This restaurant is about 15 miles away from Garmisch-Partenkirchen (located in Murnau), but well worth the trip! Rarely are have we enjoyed a meal as much as this! We went because of the brewery so the four of us could try their beers, but we found the food to be fantastic!
While it is German cuisine – it wasn’t your everyday run-of-the-mill schnitzels. Lots of meat and potatoes for sure (it is German cuisine after all), but cooked in sauces that are different from other places we’ve eaten at (several made from their beers).
Our waitress was spunky and made our visit so enjoyable. Service was quick and always friendly.
We didn’t have any problems finding either the restaurant or parking (free street parking) in Murnau. The trip from Garmisch was pleasant – just up E533 to Murnau.
This will be a place we return to again and recommend to our friends!
Written Nov 20, 2011
Address: Obermarkt 37 82418 Murnau
Phone: +49 08841 14 22
This was a nice place to eat – it was not in the heart of the tourist area so it was a nice relaxing meal. We walked from our hotel and it took about 20 minutes to get there, but it wasn’t a bad walk since there were sidewalks and lots to look at along the way.
We sat on their porch at long benched tables. Our server was so friendly and pleasant – I don’t think she stopped smiling! Her service was quick, efficient, and pleasant. The food – German cuisine – was delicious, as was the wine and beer.
The restaurant also has rooms for those wanting to stay overnight on that side of town. We didn’t see the rooms, but would be willing to try them based on the restaurant service.
We will definitely be eating here on our next visit to GA-P!
Written Nov 20, 2011
Address: Zugspitzstrabe 119, Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Phone: +49 08821 33 88
We had dinner here during our first stay in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It was a busy Saturday night and we were able to get a table without reservations (although we later saw people waiting in line for a table).
The food was very good – German cuisine – and the service was fast and friendly. We sat outside, which was very nice on a nice fall evening – it got a little chilly during our time there but the restaurant anticipated that and had gas heaters going.
I definitely would recommend getting reservations – we had trouble finding a place to eat that night and fortunately Zum Wildschütz had room for us, but I think it was only because we had come earlier in the night.
Written Nov 20, 2011
Address: Bankgasse 9, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Phone: +49 08821 32 90
Wow! Lunch at 1,800m. Or 6,000 ft (plus a bit) for us Brits. Maybe this should be under “off the beaten track” as it’s a 3.5 hour walk from Elmau, and Elmau is a bit south of town. Anyway, here it is.
I had the lamb stew with a potato dumpling - the lamb supplied from the owner’s brother’s local farm. Really delicious. A 0.5l of Mittenwald helles along with it really helped me recover from the climb. My better half had the Swiss wurtsalat - one of her favourites - and she loved hers too.
After lunch we visited the “palace” and then came back for a coffee and cake. Both also delicious.
Service was quick - except for the coffees which involved queuing. I’m not sure about prices as I didn’t pay, but from what I remember from the menu they seemed reasonable.
It was busy on a sunny Sunday afternoon in September, but people seemed to move on as soon as they’d finished eating - heading down, heading up, or to take the palace tour. We had no problems getting a table either time.
Whilst the food is good, it’s the views which make it truly magnificent.
Favorite Dish: My lamb stew.
Written Sep 12, 2011
Address: Schachen, Bavaria
Phone: +49 (0)172-8768868
Although Nordsee is a chain with eateries in several countries, I found the food to be excellent both in quality and price. They specialise in seafood but there are numerous salad, rice, vegetarian options available. This restaurant would be ideal for families as the prices are in the lower range. It is often full but takeaway food is available.
Favorite Dish: The smoked salmon rolls were only a few Euro, cheaper than we can buy this in Australia. I would have trouble selecting 1 favorite dish as everything I have eaten here has been great.
Updated Apr 20, 2011
We arrived in Garmisch on a Sunday, so everything was closed and we had no food to feed ourselves, so we decided to go and enjoy some local cuisine. We found the Goldene Engel just around the corner from where we stayed and I just loved the place from the moment I set eyes on it.
Prices for what we enjoyed:
Small beer Euro 2.00
Orangejuice Euro 2.50
Schweinehaxe Euro 12.80
Duck with red cabbage 12.80
Salad plate Euro 4.50
Favorite Dish: Schweine haxe with sauerkraut. Nowhere else in the world do they do the schweinehaxe like they do it in Bavaria!
Written Oct 27, 2010
Address: Bankgasse 5, Garmisch
Phone: 08821 948757
Situated on the Zugspitze, I loved eating at this place. Very rusty, but the food is of good quality and very tasty. I had the leberknodel suppe and my friend had a meatball with boiled potatoes. It was rather cold up on the mountain (lol it is the Alps!) but after lunch I was ready to explore the mountain further.
Written Oct 27, 2010
I found this place more or less accidentally but since then, I go there again and again. As you walk to that restaurant you will see a nice house which is probably a couple of hundreds of years old. As you enter the restaurant, you will find a very nice styled, classical, high class restaurant. The fine difference is that you really feel sort of a family atmosphere which is no surprise because, to my knowledge, this is a real family business for decades. Attention is paid to perfect service and really, really good food - just awesome. The nice thing is, that the menu keeps changing so there is always a new surprise waiting. Be careful, because if you stay to long, you feel so much home that you don't want to leave anymore :-). The nice ambiance matches the design and the food also ... yummy, yummy.
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish is the "Husar Teller" ... a nice combination of different kinds of meet with vegetables and potatoes. It sounds easy and standard but it just tastes better than anywhere else ... very enjoyable. My wife tends to eat the mussels. I really recommend the three-soup starter ... a very delicious combination of three different kinds of soup (Süppchen-Trio). One time, I did eat the "Bunter Fischteller" (colorful fish plate) which is now a big competition to the Husaren-Teller.
Updated Nov 25, 2009
Address: Fürstenstr. 25, 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Phone: 088 21 - 96 77 9 22
1 Review and 86 Opinions Don't confuse this with the American lodge with a similar name. The Edelweiss Hotel is geared to the...
1 Review and 53 Opinions Great hotel with a wonderful view. Rooms were superior to anything I had the 3 weeks I was in...
2 Reviews and 39 Opinions In "my" room also stayed Karl Friedrich von Weizäcker" in 1986! He is a philosopher and physicist....