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Haxn, Mass and Obazdn – a traditional day with Bavarian delicacies in Munich

Bavaria is known for its hearty food and home cooking, which also makes the culinary hearts beat faster far beyond the borders of the state capital. Whether white sausages for breakfast or a rustic snack in the beer garden – Munich offers lots of traditional highlights.


A visit to a rustic Munich pub or one of the many beautiful beer gardens makes a stay in Munich perfect. These five Bavarian specialities lead you through the culinary day in Munich and bring the “gmiatliche Heimatgfui” directly to your plate.

Bavarian Weißwurstfrühstück

The best way to start the day is with delicious Weisswurst in combination with Weisswurst mustard, a pretzel and a wheat beer. Traditionally, the Weißwurst breakfast takes place before 12.00 noon, because: The Weißwurst must not hear the twelve o’clock bell!

Lunch break with roast pork

The pork crusty roast tastes excellent in beer sauce, served with a bread dumpling and cabbage. In loving work the roast pork was cooked in the oven for hours and again and again poured over with beer. Thus it receives its tender, juicy meat and its resche crust.

Allgäuer Käsespätzle-Vegetarian

Those who like it less meaty but still hearty will make the right decision with cheese spaetzle. The Spätzle are most delicious when homemade and tossed in butter. In the restaurant Lindwurmstüberl the Bavarian cosiness is written in capital letters and delicious cheese Spätzle is served.

An afternoon in the beergargen

The last rays of sunshine under the chestnut trees of the Munich beer gardens can be enjoyed particularly well with a hearty snack board and a Mass. Obazda, radish and crackling lard arrange themselves to a hearty delicious combination and strengthen for the upcoming evening.

Apfelkücherl in the evening

In the restaurant Jagdschlössl you can feast in a cosy atmosphere and let the evening fade away. In addition to the traditional baked apple rings with cinnamon and sugar – Apfelkücherl – other Bavarian delicacies are served here.



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