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Reviews by fsimcox:
4.7/5 rDev +10.8%
The last time I was in Munich was 2008, but I always made a stop in Augustiner Bräustuben to start my visit. This place opens at 10am, and the food and beer is outstanding. My son would always get the weisswurst, and my daughter would get the giant blueberry pancake.
I usually had the sausage sampler with a Weissbier or the Helles. You can't beat the prices either. I think the 1/2 L of the Helles was 2.45 euro. Service was always great, and at 10am, not to crowded yet.
The kids loved the old horse stables on display near the bar. A great place to start your Munich visit!
01-23-2010 14:45:28 | More by fsimcox
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4.3/5 rDev +1.4%
Went here with some buddies while backpacking. Really enjoyed the beer, both the original and the dunkel. Went through 3L of it each and would have gone for more if it wasn't only 11am...This was our first official German beer hall, so keep that in mind when I say this place was amazing. It was one of the bright spots in our trip through 14 different cities.
The food was also really enjoyable, which was a great plus as we were really just interested in the beer (apple benets were amazing).
Only knock on the place was the atmosphere, wish it had been more crowded with a younger group of people, but this is a highly subjective personal preference. And keep in mind, we were there early in the day.
It was a great overall experience. Highly recommended to anyone traveling to Munich.
12-22-2012 08:43:50 | More by JDBarca10
3.99/5 rDev -5.9%
A classic Munich beer hall and a favorite of a tour guide we talked to who does a beer hall tour. This place is located near the Octoberfest grounds, but is sort of out of the way. The beerhall itself is attached to the Augustiner brewery (although i did not go in). I had my first munich liter of beer here and have a deep affection for the place. At night, the place gets crowded as locals get very drunk, merry and pass around an accordion while snorting their snuff. A very "Munich" place...
12-10-2012 04:38:15 | More by Evan47
3.86/5 rDev -9%
I went here with some friends. We sat up on the terrace. There is also a big bierhall. This place is connected to the brewery itself.
The first thing that surprised me was it was only 5,10 for a maß. That is ridiculously cheap for Munich. It is Augustiner beer so I am not into it as much but for the price why the heck not? It was watery and they did a terrible pour but w/e it was beer.
I didn't order food but I ate a pretzel, nothing special about it. I sampled by friend's haxe and it was good but not great. They did have a bigger food selection than most bierhalls.
You can also get party kegs that they tap right there for you.
Overall it is a pretty good place tucked away near Hackerbrucke.
07-17-2011 10:52:16 | More by crossovert
United Kingdom (Scotland)
3.95/5 rDev -6.8%
Visited on the early evening of 02/10/2010. We made the mistake of leaving it too late to go to the Fest, so we decided to head here in the hope for a mass! Lots of other people had the same idea!
Had to queue at the door for about 10 mins, for space to be free, eventually getting in we were seated at a table for 8 with 2 other groups, understandable as it was so busy. As described before, the place is much smaller than the other Munich beerhalls so space is at a premium.
This made for a lively, bustly atmosphere, but it was farrr tooo warm!!
Full Augustiner line up was available, we sampled a mass of helles, served in branded glassware and in excellent condition!
Establishment seems to be divided into 2 rooms as you walk in, one to the right and one to the left. Lots of dark wood and tables as expected, we sat in the left hand room.
Service was understandbly slow, but we didnt mind as there was lots of people watching to do, and the waiters did keep a smile on their face.
Didnt sample food here, as it really was taking too long as you could see others frustrated so unfortunately this was a one beer stop for us. Food did look very tasty, pork knuckle in particularly and in healthy portions!
Next in Munchen, will definitely make an afternoon visit for a mass of Marzen and some hot food!
10-25-2010 21:35:59 | More by seanyfo
Augustiner Bräustuben in München, Germany
93 out of 100 based on 18 ratings.