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    Stuhlmacher: An historic traditional restaurant

    by donpaul77 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    This is a very old and classic restaurant/beerhall that is right next to the old town hall in Munster. We didn't eat here, but enjoyed a few beers and schnapps in a really cozy atmosphere. It's all warmly lit with dark woodwork and tiled walls. You won't want to leave.

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    Café Extrablatt

    by tini58de Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Caf�� Extrablatt

    Cozy interior on two levels, lovely posters on the walls, old furniture, delicious coffee and hot chocolate, but also little snacks! VERY enjoyable place, especially since it does not look very inviting from the outside. Just by chance we had a look inside and found out, that apparently the Münsteraner knew this place!! It was packed!!!

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    Altes Gasthaus Leve: Altes Gasthaus Leve

    by bonio Updated Sep 10, 2010

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    borrowed from their website!
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    Just walking past this old pub after visiting a nearby brewery, I noticed they sold Edelstoff from the Augustiner Brewery in Munich, just had to stop!
    So - time for a dessert, a huge blueberry pancake for Mrs B and a first ever creme brulee for me - very tasty! and, of course, a couple of Edelstoffs each.
    A lovely end to our evening.

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    Drübbelken: Drübbelken

    by bonio Written Sep 9, 2010

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    The oldest restaurant in Münster? I would say so. A wet lunchtime, so time to hide indoors - it's old and dark inside and very warm the day we visited. No complaints with the food, large portions and very tasty, Mrs B had one of the biggest salads ever seen plus beers from the nearby Pinkus brewery - enjoyed our visit here.

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    Pinkus Müller: Pinkus Müller

    by bonio Written Sep 8, 2010

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    A visit to the renowned Pinkus Müller brewery pretty much guaranteed while we were in town!
    Fortunately a warm evening visit and able to enjoy the outside terrace along with many others, it's a popular spot!
    Food excellent, pork steak with onions and potatos for me and a vegetable casserole for Mrs B. Pils and a very light alt bier tried and enjoyed - good place to visit.

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    Brauerei Pinkus Müller: Traditonal German food in Munster

    by donpaul77 Updated Jan 22, 2010

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    Brauerei Pinkus Müller is a great place to go to get traditional German food in a rustic atmosphere. Perhaps the best part of Pinkus is that they brew their own beer to go along with the hardy cuisine. Pinkus beer is available in the states, in bottles. If you can get some, take a look at the labels. The portraits on the labels are from old photographs hanging from the rafters in the actual restaurant!

    Favorite Dish: I have vague recollections of enjoying a dish that was made to be shared with another person. It had several different types of brats with some other sides. I'm sorry I can't remember what it was, but it was awesome and my eyes were glossed over by the time we finished it. The hearty food is a great base on which to try a variety of Pinkus' excellent brews. I know I tried the Ur Pils, and the Special, at least. I wouldn't mind stocking my fridge with either.

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    Café Extrablatt: French-stle café and bistrot

    by Kathrin_E Written Aug 28, 2009

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    A French-stle café and bistrot in the pedestrian zone (Salzstraße, if I remember correctly). Frequented by many young people (students?), lively atmosphere. Café au lait the size a café au lait should be, a huge cup. Decorated with placards à la Toulouse-Lautrec, mirrors, old wooden furniture. A cosy and inexpensive place to stop for a coffee, talk and people-watch.

    Favorite Dish: Coffee, bistro food

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    Pinkus Müller: oozing Old World/make a reservation!

    by richiecdisc Updated Jan 14, 2008

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    lots of dark wook and atmosphere
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    This is a fantastic atmospheric old world restaurant with lots of dark wood and a big fireplace. The white tiles with ornate blue designs and silver platters add a particular charm. It was packed on an Advent Saturday. We should have made a reservation as we had to leave after we ate and could not get back in. Next door is a pub that was even more packed and didn’t seem to have the cozy feeling of the restaurant.

    There are lots of places perhaps as nice as Pinkus Müller but this is also a brewery and the first certified organic one, dating back to 1816, and has been in the same family for six generations! If that's not tradition, what is?

    Favorite Dish: The area is know for a "essen aus der Pfanne” which means food served in a pan. These are mostly stew-like concoctions though they can also be denser.

    We started off with biertreberbrot mit griebenschmalz (spent grain bread with pork fat spread made crunchy with nice bits of pork). This was 3.50 Euros per order.

    We had Westfälischer Pfefferpotthast (13.90 Euros)-A pork stew more with a smoky meat rather than a simple goulash. It was quite tasty and served with very nice home made red beets and boiled potatoes.

    We also opted for Brauhaustopf (20.90)-A creamy beef stew with mushrooms also served with boiled potatoes.

    Both meals were quite good but not very big for the price. More potatoes would have been a nice and inexpensive addition.

    Of course, the real reason I was here was to sample all of their seven brews and this is what I found:

    1) Alt (2 Euros for a .25 liter glass)-Golden with a creamy head and medium body. Nice sour fruity palate with clean somewhat dry finish. More like a Kölsch than an Alt.
    2) Jubilate (2.50 Euros for a .3 liter glass)-Ruddy brown with ruby highlights and creamy tan head. A nice somewhat sour dunkles with some roast in the clean dry finish.
    3) Special (2.50 Euros for a .3 liter glass)-Lightly filtered golden brew similar sour flavor as Alt but more hops in the mix leading to clean dry bitter finish.
    4) Classic (2 Euros for a .2 liter glass)-Very light golden unfiltered beer with odd grainy finish.
    5) Lagerbier (2.50 Euros for a .3 liter glass)-Another light golden unfiltered beer in the Classic vein but much hoppier leading to a cleaner dry finish. Easy drinking.
    6) Pils (2.50 Euros for a .3 liter glass)-Typical golden color and head of a pils but a fruitier interpretation with signature Pinkus sour overtones which ultimately finishes clean, bitter, and dry.
    7) Weizen (2.50 Euros for a .3 liter glass)-Another sour golden brew with some wheat flavor but no discernable characteristics of a true weizen.

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  • Pier House: Another nice place in the port

    by sabsi Written Oct 15, 2004

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    In the port

    This stylish bar is located in Münster's Hafen, too. Just a short walk away from the Cafe Med this was our next stop on a night out in the port. The bar is supposed to look like one at Florida Keys and the menu is very Mexican. Cocktails are very nice, they even serve a real BVI Painkiller No. 2!

    Favorite Dish: We only came for a drink but reading the menu I wished we came earlier ;)

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  • Cafe Med: A great place in the port

    by sabsi Written Oct 15, 2004

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    In the port

    A huge loft place in one of the old port buildings along Münster's canal. Plain walls and chandeliers, nice furniture, friendly people and reasonable prices ... what more do ya need?

    Favorite Dish: We only came here for drinks because we had dinner before but the Bruschetta and the pizzas next to us looked very tasty!

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    Extrablatt: for eating and going out

    by milugares Written Dec 4, 2003

    For eating: some good dishes at affordable price.
    For going out: to have a drink, a beer, a cocktail...

    There are 2 Extrablatts:
    the biggest:
    Salzstr. 7 Tel: 0251-44445

    the other one is at the corner with Marienplatz:
    Königsstr. 31
    Tel: 0251-43306

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    Elizabeth zur Aa: Balkan-german restaurant

    by milugares Written Nov 30, 2003

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    Quiet restaurant down Bergstr, near the bridge over Aa.
    I think food could be defined like Balkan-mediterranen style.
    Generous portions - sometimes I could not achieve to end with a delicious dish.

    The place is a bit "hidden", but this is an advantage to enjoy a good meal such days - like Saturdays in Advent - when most of the restaurants in Centrum are completely full.

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    Cadaques: Spanish restaurant

    by milugares Written Nov 30, 2003

    To the deception of the german friends who took me there, I found the food not so genuine Spanish as the name would suggest (at least, not for me, being Spanish myself), but good enough.

    Good atmosphere, too - for example to have a drink.

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    Moccador: The best

    by milugares Written Nov 30, 2003

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    inside Moccador

    excellent Italian restaurant in Centrum.
    Together with Marktcafe, this is my favourite restaurant in Muenster.

    It is always full, so if you want to make sure about having a seat, book before!

    Favorite Dish: I could not recommend any of the many kinds of pizza: all are delicious!

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    Mocca d'or: withdrawal symptoms :P

    by Gillianina Updated Jul 2, 2003
    On my Birthday at Mocca d'or

    Ok this is a really good pizza out of Italy. (something rare!) This is for Italians people who are suffering from withdrawal symptoms (addicted to pizza :PP) or for anyone living there or getting there by chance who still hasn't been to Italy and would like to taste a real pizza :-)

    Favorite Dish: pizza ai 4 formaggi :-)

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