Travelling to Munich? Time for a chilled beer and a scrumptious Bratwurst, right? Not necessarily: although it’s true that Munich is an ideal Bavarian city for savouring German junk food, it’s also home to several high-class restaurants, many of which have won extraordinary culinary awards. If you’re in search of a life changing dining experience that combines class and culture, be sure to check out the following three restaurants during your next holiday in Munich. Guten Appetit! |
Fine Italian Dining at ELLA
If you’re a fan of contemporary art and Italian gastronomy, why not combine your passions in Munich? After a visit to the Lenbachhaus Museum, which features world-class pieces by myriad Munich artists, don’t miss out on an elegant dinner at ELLA, an award-winning Italian restaurant located right inside the museum. Along with enjoying the exceptional architecture of the restaurant, which – just like the museum – was designed by Sir Norman Foster, you’ll find that ELLA not only features a glamorous ambiance, but also has an impressive menu, containing authentic Italian dishes from all 20 regions of the country and even some unique creations by the restaurant’s top-notch chefs.
Experimental Dining at Restaurant 181
This restaurant is perfect for Munich’s adventurous travellers. If enjoying a meal at an altitude of 181 metres while receiving a 360-degree view of Munich sounds like a thrill to you, prepare to dine at the revolving Restaurant 181, located on top of the famous Olympic Tower. Not only will you be able to combine some sightseeing with dining, but you’re also guaranteed to expand your palate by digging into the restaurant’s German avant-garde menu, created by Otto Koch, an eminent Bavarian chef.
Lavish Lunching at the M1 Restaurant
For car enthusiasts, combining your visit to Munich’s impressive BMW Museum with a scenic dining experience is an absolute must. After strolling through the museum, return to the foyer, from where you’ll be able to access the M1 Restaurant for a lovely lunch. While sampling the menu’s delicacies, which include fresh salads and soups, innovative pasta dishes, and traditional German food, you’ll have a spectacular view of Munich’s Olympia Park. This lunch detour will leave you feeling well-nourished, refreshed, and ready to take on an afternoon of sightseeing.
How to Get There
Fortunately, it’s very easy to get to Munich. From London, five airlines offer a direct and frequent flights to Munich Airport. The hardest part of the trip will be taking your pick!
While it’s possible to wait in airport queues or to make use of overcrowded and unpredictable public transport, you won’t want to start off your holiday on the wrong foot. Instead of becoming increasingly irritated as you waste time at the airport, pre-book a shared or private Munich airport taxi with Shuttle Direct, whose drivers will take you directly to your hotel in about 50 minutes. Thanks to our services in Munich, airport taxis have never been more reliable and comfortable.
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