MunichCopyright: Bier & Keller
The Museumsstueberl is in Munich's oldest town house. Tracing its history back to 1340. The heritage protected building today houses permanent exhibitions on beer and on the Oktoberfest. Enjoy traditional Bavarian specialties and Munich beer freshly tapped from a wooden keg in this historic setting.
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.