Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Der Pschorr - Munich Germany
My favorite restaurant in Munich turned out to be the Der Pschorr in the Schrannenhalle at the East end of the Viktualienmarkt in the center of Munich. They had traditional Bavarian and German foods, but very well cooked and not heavy.
In several visits we enjoyed a great cold meat plate (9 Euros), a sublime Coc-au-Vin (12.50 Euros) and an excellent veal goulash with dumplings made from pretzel dough (14 Euros) - see photo.
The beer was from wooden kegs and tasted fantastic. The beer in Munich really seemed to taste better, maybe there is something in the air?