Der Pschorr

Viktualienmarkt 15, Munich, Germany


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If badly lit beer taverns are not your thing but you still want to sample some classic Bavarian fare, then the renovated Pschorr (try saying that three times after a pint) is the spot for you. Its large light-wood-paneled dining room, with oversized windows and a mezzanine, feels modern and airy, even though Bavarian Gemütlichkeit shows up in the communal tables that fill up, especially in the evenings, thanks to a central location at the edge of the Viktualienmarkt. Come for a beer (if you’re lucky they’ll have just tapped one of their wooden barrels) and stay for uncomplicated Bavarian fare. 

 The fact that post-renovation, Pschorr’s menus reappeared with photographs of the dishes caused fury among locals who claimed their favorite spot was now clearly catering only to tourists. The controversy has settled, the locals have returned and, frankly, having some of the dishes illustrated is helpful, and not just for foreigners who may not be able to immediately imagine what hides behind such descriptors as “Ziegenhack gefüllte Wirsingroulade” and “Duett von Rollbraten und Haxerl.”

Written by Simone Girner

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