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    Werdenfelser Alm: Eating Out 2

    by PaulKirk Written May 13, 2006

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    What fitness?
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    Not as touristy as the Frauendorfer but still decorated in local style if not quite so ostentatious. Plenty of room and a good place to head for if you want steak in an area where pork is the most popular dish. The beer is Augustiner which isn't a favourite of mine but I do like their steaks. Entertainment is provided by an organist who occasionally sings. The music tends to be cheesy American rather than Bavarian. There's a small dance floor by his stage so dance music is played too. Sometimes the thigh slappers will come in too. I like plain steak and that's why I go to the Werdenfelser Alm. Some of the dishes particularly those with sauces can be very salty but there is a good choice and as usual there are good pork dishes and local trout. The staff are busy and do well to get the meals out once you've ordered.

    Favorite Dish: It used to be called a Fitness steak. A slab of steak covered in crispy fried onions with pan fried potatoes. Followed by an Apfelkuchen mit eis and often a complimntary schnapps.

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    Frauendorfer: Eating Out

    by PaulKirk Written May 13, 2006

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    Knuckle Sandwich?
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    This is Bavarian tourism laid on with a trowel! Excellent Bavarian dishes are available in a probably over-decorated restaurant in Bavarian tourist style. Entertainment is provided by an accordian playing singer on a small stage. Most nights a couple of local boys will demonstrate some thigh slapping dance.Some night's it's really entertaining but it depends on the visitors as to whether it's really lively. It's always busy so it's best to book if you want to get a table up until 2200. The waitresses are all traditionally dressed and have an impressive workrate to keep the food coming and the beer flowing. Beer is sold in half litres but for the tourists they have litre glasses and a couple of glass drinking boots. Stick to the smaller measures and keep the beer fresher.Totally touristy but who cares.

    Favorite Dish: Schweinhaxe is very popular. A knuckle of pork with a choice of potatoes or dumplings is a large meal and worth the battle. You can buy it off the bone but that's cheating! Washed down with a few beers and followed up with liqueur coffees served off a ski shaped plank.it's a substantial and tasty dish.
    Local trout is also available and very good. The oxtails are an unusual dish if fiddly to eat. The extensive menu is full of pork dishes in the main but I think there is a good choice. The prices are reasonable but my bill tends to get swamped with beers and schnapps.
    If you want steak go to the Werdenfelser Alm a few doors down the road.

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    Gasthof Fraundorfer: Great entertainment

    by MoreBarTime11 Written Aug 15, 2005

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    Make reservations any night of the week for this place! There is a reason it is a packed house! Wonderful food and great entertainment!

    Wish we would have stayed in their Guesthouse upstairs!

    The Acordian music, singing, yodels, were wonderful! The slap dancers were just neat!

    Don't be alarmed if you are seated with others---a chance to meet new people and enjoy great food!

    Favorite Dish: Literally EVERYTHING we saw the staff bring out looked very good!

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    Kurpark Pavillion: Kurpark Pavillion

    by antistar Written Jun 1, 2005

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    After three hours of non-stop walking in 30+ degrees of burning afternoon sunshine the Pavillion, perched on the edge of the fountain square in Garmisch and shaded by trees, appeared as if an cool oasis in a sea of shimmering heat. The food was excellent, the service acceptable, and the choice of food wide. For those with limited German the menu had English translations and the staff spoke excellent English too. There was even a good selection of vegetarian options, which is unusual for a restaurant serving mostly German food.

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    La Lapanto: best pizza in town

    by MrBill Written Jan 18, 2005

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    So, normally you might associate Garmisch-Partenkirchen with Bavarian food, but GAP has always attracted many foreigners, and some stay and open up local restaurants with other cuisines. In our case, we really like La Lapantos authentic southern-Italian style pizzas. They have very thin crusts and are big enough to satisfy the biggest appetite after skiing. The prices are very reasonable and we like the family atmosphere. There are other Italian restaurants in GAP, but we like this one the best.

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    garmischer brauhaus: local fare with local flare - 3 -

    by MrBill Written Sep 15, 2004

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    hands off my beer

    As I said, the true test of a locale is the locals that frequent it. There is nothing worse than being in a local beer stuebe, and being surrounded by tourists.

    However, here is some German you may need to know.

    Kann ich ein bier haben, bitte? Kann ich zwei bier haben, bitte? Kann ich drei bier haben, bitte?
    Can I have a beer please?

    Ich hatte gerne ein Jaeggerschnitzel und ein bier, bitte.
    I would like a Jaggerschitzel and a beer please.

    Durfen wir bezahlen bitte?
    May we pay please?

    When they say,
    Hat es gut geschmekt?
    You may answer, Ja, es hat gut geschmekt, danke.
    Yes, it tasted good, thank you.

    That along with Gruess Gott (greetings from God) and Aufwiedersehen (good bye) should get you through your first visits, and will impress your hosts with your willingness to try the language. Never underestimate this politeness.

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    garmischer brauhaus: local fare with local flare - 2 -

    by MrBill Written Sep 15, 2004

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    smoke covered walls & murals

    As you can see from these walls, they have been smoke covered for many years, but when they need to repaint, they cannot touch the murals, so they need to paint around them. The furniture is old, original, and along with the ceramic oven, warm & inviting on a cool day, cool & refreshing on a hot day. Outside the Garmischer Brauhof, is a beer garden where you can sit in the summertime. Just down the street is the Isar river.

    Favorite Dish: My favorite Bavarian dish is Jaeggerschnitzel und pommes. The veal cutlet comes in a rich, mushroom gravy, which adds flavour to the french fries or pan fried potatoes. All washed down with some of Bavaria's legendary beer. I usually take the Helles, which is an Export or Lager beer. If it is hot outside, then a nice Weissbier is good, too.

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    garmischer brauhaus: local fare with local flare

    by MrBill Written Sep 15, 2004

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    ceramic oven for chilly days

    There are many bierstuebe's and local Bavarian restaurants in Garmisch-Partenkirchen where you can get a half-liter of beer and something good to eat. The prices are about average, but the portions generous. Stay away from the tourist areas and look for the locales where the Bavarians themselves eat and drink. Usually there will be lot's of smoke from pipes, a dialect of German you're not likely to recognize, and plenty of locals dressed in their lederhoesen and checked shirts and wool vests with bone buttons. Most likely local farmers who have made their millions through selling farmland for development. However, you wouldn't know it by looking at them.

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    Eiscafe Bellini: Gelato Italiano!

    by lareina Written May 4, 2004

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    Me with the Bellini gang

    Eiscafe Bellini is a terrific authentic Italian ice cream/coffee shop in Partenkirchen near the Bahnhof. Their ice cream is made in-house and is the best gelato in town. They specialize in elaborate ice cream dishes, but they also sell single scoops. If ice cream doesn't appetize you, they also serve panini, tiramisu, and various pastries. They serve espresso drinks, juices, beer, liquors, and milkshakes. The patio seating is available in warm weather. Great place to while away time with friends or alone.

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    Gasthof Fraundorfer: Guten apetit!

    by lareina Written Dec 23, 2003

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    Slap-Happy!

    The Fraundorfer has a cozy, rustic atmosphere and excellent food. It is a hot spot for locals and tourists. Come here hungry because you will be stuffed with the generous, hearty portions. The walls are covered in photographs, hunting trophies, and all sorts of Bavarian items. Usually there is an accordion player who sings, plays, and yodels during your meal and every half an hour, or so, the Bavarian slap-dancers come out and do a performance. Reservations are recommended.

    Favorite Dish: Jagerschnitzel--The sauce is rich and wonderful.

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    Eating while enjoying the skiing

    by Imaniac Written Oct 17, 2003

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    Right at the bottom of the hills in the skiing stadium there is a little restaurant. It's mainly focused on lunch and light snacks. You can get some great apfel strudel with icecream to go with your tea.

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    Goldene Ente: Goldene Ente

    by ChristaV Written Nov 11, 2010
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    We had an absolutely fantastic evening here. The hosts were outstanding and so was the food. the bill for the 4 of us came to Euro 54.

    Favorite Dish: Schweinehaxe with sourkraut & knodel.

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    Cafebar Gabriele Thron: Cafebar Gabriele Thron

    by mvtouring Written Oct 27, 2010

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    If you want great cake and sweet things then this is the place to visit.

    Prices:
    Fruittart Euro 3.60
    Hot chocolate Euro 3.60
    Coffee Euro 2.95

    Favorite Dish: I had a fruit torte which was absolutely devine.

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    Mc Donalds: In every city

    by TinKan Updated May 8, 2003

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    Little signs

    Just follow the little signs and you will find the Golden Arches.

    There is a Mc Donalds in just about every German town.

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    Can't remember!!: On top of the World

    by bonio Written Mar 12, 2003

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    OK so I've forgotten it's name but it's right on top of Wank (look it up if you don't believe me!)mountain, next to the cable car station. Good food and great views, a memorable lunch!

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