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“Sausages and saubrauten”
Review of Augustiner am Dom

Augustiner am Dom
Ranked #174 of 3,700 Restaurants in Munich
Price range: US$34 - US$56
Cuisines: German, Bar, European, Central European
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Good for: Kids, Groups, Child-friendly, Local cuisine, Bar Scene
Dining options: Drinks, Dinner, After-hours, Lunch, Full Bar, Highchairs Available, Outdoor Seating, Reservations, Seating, Serves Alcohol, Waitstaff, Wheelchair Accessible
Description: Situated directly by the Frauenkirche in the heart of Munich, this restaurant has been in family hands for many generations and offers everything you would typically associate with Munich and Bavarian hospitality. Whether it is for a quick break or a more substantial meal such as shank with dumplings, you will find value for money here. As a particularly unique feature, Tarte Flambée with a variety of fillings is served at 16:30. Another feature unveils itself in the summer, when you can sit at tables on the street and watch the hustle and bustle pass by. Because of this enviable position in the middle of the city, the Augustiner am Dom is an ideal stopping point on your shopping trip, great for regaining your energy! With lots of smaller and larger rooms, not to mention its beer garden in the inner courtyard, the restaurant can accommodate all kinds of events.
London, United Kingdom
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11 reviews
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“Sausages and saubrauten”
Reviewed 1 January 2014

Having gone to Munich for the Christmas Market, I looked for a quiet restaurant around the corner from from the many, many stalls and the throngs of people at this famous street fair. And I found the perfect place, just around the corner next to the famous Frauenkirche (church) that my German sister-in-law had told me that I must not miss. First I had a coffee on the terrace and spent some time people watching before I made a visit to the church and came back again to the restaurant for lunch. My brother had told me that I must eat Nürnberger bratwurst in Munich as it was a speciality of the area. He told me to pronounce it in the Bavarian way, but luckily the (Italian) waiter spoke English so I didn't have to make a stab at this. Later on of course, I fibbed and told my brother that the waiter understood my German. Sibling honour was at stake. The sausages were small and delicious and were served with sauerkraut and I noticed a number of other people had ordered them as well. The waiters were tremendously busy, but managed to serve a great number of customers with efficiency and pleasantness. This restaurant/cafe is a very good place to stop for lunch or dinner or just for a coffee and the inevitable pretzel.

  • Visited December 2013
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West Chicago, Illinois
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“A Perfect atmosphere to accompany the food and service”
Reviewed 31 December 2013

What a great spot to have a delicious meal, beer or wine, in a wonderful very Bavarian atmosphere with super service - amazing combination. One really feels like one is Bavarian in mind if not by birth; don't miss the chance and you'll want to return, for sure

Visited December 2013
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“good lunch break”
Reviewed 22 December 2013

extremely busy on a prexmas shopping Saturday - the friendly staff produced a table for six and food and drink was very good
Augustiner beers and Leberkaese would be my recommendation - Yes touristy but still family runn

Visited December 2013
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Warszawa, Polska
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“delicous beer and tasteless food”
Reviewed 18 December 2013

thursday's evening, a lot of people at Weinachtsmarkt and we wanted to sit in a cosy and typical german gasthaus. the waiter didn't know much english, but he was friendly and efficient. we ordered Laberkase and goulash with knodel... that was a disaster. firstly, the meals came from mikrowave (this is not possible to get your order after 2 minutes!) and after couple of minutes they got cold. secondly, the goulash and potatoe salad were too salty, so we had to leave them. The main advantage is beer, really delicious - and im not fan of beer.
the place is cosy and looks german.
If you're going to visit the place, stay only with beer. If you want to have tasty meal, go somewhere else.

  • Visited December 2013
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London, United Kingdom
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“ Great pork knuckle!”
Reviewed 8 December 2013 via mobile

This restaurant/pub has a lovely hidden location, which means it is not insanely busy like a lot of other restaurants, although the food and beer is still top notch. Had mixed sausage plate there with delicious hot sort of mash potato and sauerkraut; and a pork knuckle which was very tender (much better than pork knuckle at another place). The beer was fantastic like in any of the Augustiner pubs. Service was fast and friendly. Were surrounded by locals. One of the tables had an elderly couple wearing the traditional Tirol hats with feathers. Excellent place overall!

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