Munich 10 best local Food: You should try

Munich 10 best local Food: You should try

Basically, if you are a real food lover you will be curious to know the local food of a particular destination you are travelling. A question I asked myself each time I travel. However, when you travel to Germany the first thing that crosses your mind is Beer and Brezel. Well, we have much more to offer you. Here are some of the most popular delicious food you shouldn’t miss when you are in Munich.

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Brezel

German Brezel is a popular bread and is soft inside. You can layer it with butter. It is also perfect with Bier or Glühwine. Pretzels are large and also a good appetizer and they start from 59 cents. Sometimes I just get a cup of coffee and Brezel

Sauerbraten

If you are a meat lover the Sauerbraten is one dish you should definitely try. The Sauerbraten is a traditional German roast of heavily marinated meat. and is marinated in a pickle for several days. The meat can be either beef or pork. The meat is so soft and tender. Traditionally red cabbage is served with it and you can find in most restaurants where they serve you Sauerbraten dish.

Spätzle

Traditionally served as a side dish along with bacon or sausages. If you think Spätzle are pasta then no they are not at all pasta. They are the Swabian speciality though they serve all over Germany. Spätzle made of flour, water, eggs and salt.

Schweinshaxe

The Schweinshaxe or the pork knuckle is a popular Bavarian dish. This piece of meat is part of the pork leg. The meat is so tender and it is roasted till the skin is crispy and serve with potato dumplings. It perfectly goes well with Bier.

Weißwürst

Weisswurst or white sausage It is a traditional Bavarian sausage. This is literally a white sausage is made from minced veal and pork bacon. What enhances the taste of the white veil sausage is because it is packed with rich flavours like Parsley, cardamom, speck and ginger. The Bavarian-style of eating the Weisswurst is with Süßer Senf(sweet mustard) It goes well with pretzel and Bier.

Schmalznudel

The Schmalznudel is addictive and It is part of the Bavarian culture and speciality. The Schmalznudel with a cup of tea or coffee makes your day. Stroll around the Viktualienmarkt in the city centre and visit the most popular cafe Frischut and enjoy your coffee and freshly made schmalznudeludel.

Schnitzel

The Schnitzel is a thin slice of meat fried in fat and it is very popular in Germany and is served with varieties of meat as per your choice being veal or pork. It is the Austrian traditional local dish. However, it is very popular in Germany.

Hendl(Geman roasted chicken)

The Hendl is a popular German dish. Very popular during the Oktoberfest festival and also serve in Bier Garten. The ingredients comprise of butter spices like salt pepper paprika and parsley.

Apart from the delicious food lets not forget to taste the German fresh Bier and enjoy our day with delicious food and Bier at the various Bier garden around Munich. Munich has the highest Bier Gartens in any city in the world. Usually, most Bier Gartens are always full, especially on a warm sunny day. Some of my favourite ones are…

Biergarten Hirschgarten

After a visit to the Nymphenburg Palace make sure to enjoy your beer at Hirchgarten. (translated as “Deer Garden”)

Chineisischer Trum

The Chinese Tower is a signature landmark of the Englischer Garten. While strolling around the most beautiful park in the city centre, You can as well walk to the Chinese Tower and relax and enjoy your food and beer here.

Hofbräuhaus Biergarten

I am sure you must already know the famous Hofbräuhaus is the most popular among the tourist. If you are in Munich for the first time this is a must-visit.

Seehaus

This is one of my favourite Bier Garten. I love to come here in the summer and enjoy my Bier and sit by the lake. It is located at Kleinhesseloher See in Englischer Garten I the heart of the city.

You might also like to read: The Best Restaurant In Munich

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Emma
Emma
October 12, 2020 10:55 pm

I really want to go to Munich, and this food looks amazing. I tried Spatzel last year for the first time at a Christmas market and it was so good. But I’m always ready for a beer and a pretzel. Can’t wait to go back to Germany again

Ildiko
October 12, 2020 10:58 pm

I am Hungarian and have been to Hungary and Austria many times. I love German food and am familiar with many of the ones you mentioned. In particularly I love Jagerschnitzel. I make my own spaetzle often and serve it alongside my Hungarian Chicken paprikas. Loved your post. Am looking forward to getting to visit Germany in the not too distant future.

savannahrose1321
savannahrose1321
October 12, 2020 11:34 pm

I went to Berlin in January and can’t wait to visit Germany again! Saving this to reference for when I make it to Munich!

Diane
October 12, 2020 11:41 pm

Looks delicious! It think I’ll start with the Schmalznudel 🙂

Charlena Kea
Charlena Kea
October 13, 2020 1:18 am

So glad I came across this post! I am starting my journey as a German language learner and am hoping to visit next year! This will certainly come in handy!

Denise
October 13, 2020 2:09 am

This is my kind of post! I’m all about the food!

Queenie Shaikh
October 13, 2020 12:45 pm

Ahh this gave me serious cravings for German delicacies! Love Munich so much 😍

nidialisic7
nidialisic7
October 14, 2020 6:25 pm

Great post! My last trip before corona was to Munich. Fascinating place 😀 and food is soooo good <3

Kelly
October 16, 2020 9:28 pm

I can’t wait to get back to Munich so I can eat all of this!