Comfort Hotel Atlantic Muenchen Sued
Rosenheimer Landstrasse 90
Phone: (49) 89 6085290
Fax: (49) 89 6093443
Rosenheimer Landstrasse 90, Ottobrunn, DE, 85521
- Phone: (49) 89 6085290
- Fax: (49) 89 6093443
Time spent at MichaeliGarten is always thoroughly enjoyable; how could it not, when you are offered delicious Bavarian food in such a picturesque location? This idyllic spot is as suited for a fun day out with the family as it is for a romantic meal with that special someone. You can enjoy scrumptious fare like roast pork in dark beer sauce and wiener schnitzel with cranberries, followed by delectable confections like apple strudel with vanilla sauce. The beer garden, a wonderfully relaxing spot surrounded by chestnut trees, can accommodate as many as 2400 patrons.
Nothing beats summer heat like a giant cone of frosty gelato drizzled with chocolate and choco-chips. At Il Gelato Italiano you will find the widest range of these frozen desserts, from Joghurt Beghert, Banana Eierlikör, Coppa della Casa, Clasico Spaghetti Eis to the Erdbeer Tüte. Fruity, chocolaty or nutty - you can sample a dollop of everything. Sit down with a family-sized cup or walk away with a cone, you'll love it whether you're 12 or 21.
The Dicker Mann (The Fat Man) is true to its name and serves up enormous portions suitable for the hungriest of men. If you're not a big eater, you might be better off sharing your meal with someone else. The extensive menu offers vegetarian dishes and salads as well as Bavarian specialties. The interior is rustically decorated and is frequented by business people from the surrounding offices as well as food enthusiasts in the evenings. There is a medium-sized beer garden (400 seats), and hot food is available until midnight.
Kugler Alm is a traditional Bavarian pub with first-class local specialties, a beautiful beer garden with seating for 2500, a small sun terrace and a service station (including a pump) for cyclists. The latter tradition goes back to the days of Franz Xaver Kugler, the landlord in 1922, who topped up his glasses of beer with lemonade during the post-war beer shortage. His innovation was named Radler (cyclist) after his regular customers, and the drink (half beer and half lemonade) has now become famous throughout Germany.
The origin of Alter Wirt Ramersdorf goes back to 1504 in the history of time. A traditional beer garden, this gem of a restaurant enjoys a peaceful location. The outstretched patio is hidden under a camouflage of chestnut trees. Alter Wirt Ramersdorf features the traditional beers of Löwenbräu and Franziskaner Weißbier which are as German you can get in all of Bavaria. The spare ribs, Entenjagd (a small duck portion) or the Schnitzel Wiener Art are the perfect dishes to try out. The rustic charm here is evident, coupled with a pleasantness of an open ambiance and a friendly staff.
Situated next to the so-called Revolution Palace and its Elserhalle, the location dictates the clientele: at lunchtime hungry business people flock here to eat the great midday food (e.g. carrot and orange soup followed by salmon fillet with Dijon sauce and boiled potatoes); in the evenings concert and party-goers from the neighbouring Kunstpark come here to enjoy Italian snacks such as panini and tramezzi or à la carte dishes like lamb provençal with potatoes and Italian herbs. The most unusual and original thing at Malatesta is the fact that the pizzas are prepared in front of the guests.
Named after Georg Elser, the man who attempted to assassinate Hitler in 1939, this venue is home to one of the most important elements of any good democracy, rock 'n' roll! Present day heroes like Arcade Fire, the Deftones and LCD Sound system play to packed houses of enthralled youngsters almost every night of the week, a fitting tribute to the would be savior of six million Jews. See website for concert calendar, ticketing info and more.
Nachtkantine serves a variety of delicious dishes, mainly American. Be it the scrumptious burgers or the pizzas and pastas, every dish here is a good value for Munich. The hectic pace is heightened by the loud techno music played by various DJs, and you can also catch gigs by local bands. If you're just finishing the night, you can begin the next day here with an affordable breakfast. Visit once, you would love to pay a second visit for sure.
That the clientèle tends to be on the young side goes without saying, as the Matador is part of the Kunstpark Ost fun factory. It could also be due to the fact that the older generation is frightened away by the incredibly loud music. In any case, this is not where you come for good food, but to drink and dance to music played by the in-house DJ. Prices are high, especially for drinks, but that doesn't seem to bother anyone. The waiters and waitresses do their utmost to keep the service going into the small hours, even if people are only interested in dancing by then.
Only a short walk away from Regerplatz train station, you will come across this quaint restaurant next to Tassiloplatz. Besides the food what draws crowds to Tassilogarten is the setting that elicits a laid-back and carefree ambiance. The lovely backyard garden is interspersed with elegant patio furniture and flowered plants while the interiors carry a simplistic theme accentuated by modern furnishing, each perfect for both casual and special occasions. When it comes to food, the menu has a variety of light options like Bruschetta, Elsässer Flammkuchen and Baked Potatoes. For something filling try the Tassiloburger or Wiener Schnitzel vom Kalb. Local beer and wines are available.
The best way to describe the decor of Leo's lounge is down-at-heel art nouveau. But it is precisely that faded grandeur which makes this restaurant so comfortable and cozy. The menu is contemporary and contains everything the well-traveled person could wish for. Portions are large and the prices are reasonable. Stressed out office workers can relax over a business lunch; on Mondays there is a classic American buffet, where you can eat as much as you like. For timings, refer to website.
This place offers authentic Austrian cuisine served in a cosy, bright and tastefully rustic atmosphere. Although Austria borders Bavaria, there is a fair difference between this and Bavarian food, especially the desserts, which are much more refined than their German equivalent. However, savoury specialities such as Backhendl (roast chicken) or Tafelspitz (soured boiled rump) are also carefully and exquisitely prepared. In summer you can relax over a pleasant meal and a glass of Austrian wine in the adjoining garden.