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DESTINATIONS germany munich Dining Bratwurstherzl


The traditional house on the Viktualienmarkt was first mentioned in 1633 as a restaurant and has been known and popular since 1901 as the "Bratwurstherzl". The bavarian- franconian cuisine and the Nuremberg sausages, freshly grilled over an open beechwood fire, make the restaurant popular.


Perhaps most people associate Munich with beer, and there certainly are a lot of breweries and beer halls in the city. But don't miss Munich's classic high-calorie everyday cooking. Schweinshaxe is a roasted ham hock or "pork knuckle," and it goes well with sauerkraut and Knödel, which are boiled dumplings. We also recommend Apfelstrudel (apple strudel) and custard or a Dampfnudel (a kind of cream bun with chocolate or vanilla custard) for dessert.