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Munich Restaurants

Brasserie OskarMaria

  • Salvatorpl. 1 Map It
  • City Center
  • European

Updated 11/18/2013

Fodor's Review

After New York, Munich has more publishing houses than any other city in the world. Literaturhaus is a converted Renaissance-style schoolhouse that, as the name suggests, is now a "literature" center, for authors, publishers, and book fans. The front side of the building is a stylish brasserie, named after Munich writer Oskar Maria Graf, an exile after the Nazis took power in Germany in 1933, and who eventually settled in New York. The brasserie's vaulted high ceiling

and plate-glass windows create a light and spacious atmosphere. The range of dishes here is pretty eclectic, from beetroot with garden vegetables and goat's cheese to lobster risotto. It has a sprawling terrace, and it's one of the city's best outdoor eating locations, whether for a main meal or cappaccino and Kuchen (cake). About 100 meters away, on Jungfernturmstraße, is one of the oldest remaining remnants of the city wall.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

Salvatorpl. 1, Munich, 80333, Germany

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Phone:

089-2919–6029

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted

Updated 11/18/2013

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