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TEMPORARILY CLOSED, STARTING NOVEMBER 2, 2020

Whether you are visiting Munich for the first time or have known our beautiful Isar metropolis for years: A visit to a traditional Bavarian Wirtshaus is the be-all and end-all if you want to make Munich an unforgettable experience. What pairs better than Munich and beer? Enjoy an icecold Lager next to our well-known spinach dumplings and experience the Bavarian joie de vivre in our Paulaner's Wirtshaus. 

Paulaner's Wirtshaus is one of the most popular Bavarian restaurants in Munich. In the centre of the rustic vault are the shining copper kettles. Relaxed, cosy, elegant and authentic - the many detail-loving elements look like an antique, originally preserved beer mug cupboard. 

The adjoining beer garden is a source of cheerfulness in summer. Large chestnut trees and a picturesque fountain form a wonderful setting for enjoyment and relaxation.

 

Opening hours:
temporarily closed


 

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Here you will find an overview of our food and drinks.
 
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Michaela Bauer
MICHAELA
Michaela not only knows the Bavarian pub culture by heart but also the South African. After having worked as a Restaurant Manager at the Paulaner's Brewery in Cape Town she became the soul of our Paulaner's in Munich in 2016. Team spirit and having fun at work are Michaela's priority - warm hospitality guaranteed!
Favorite dish at the Paulaner's:
Munich Schnitzel made of veal with sweet mustard and horseradish, accompanied by a dark Paulaner beer
David Seidel
DAVID
David has been cooking for German Marriott Hotels for over 15 years. Personal guest interactions and the creation of new dishes prepared with sustainably sourced products are important to him.
Favorite dish at the Paulaner's:
Paulaner NürnBurger in a pretzel bun accompanied by a Paulaner original "Spezi" (Coke-Orange-Lemonade-Mix)
Dietmar Heiss
DIETMAR
Dietmar is the Executive Chef of all F&B outlets in The Westin Grand and the Sheraton Munich Arabellapark Hotels. He has been part of our team for over 30 years and is member of the Culinary Advisory Board, where he counsels European Marriott Hotels. He takes our guests on a culinary journey - from banquets to Bavarian cuisine to tasty bar menus.
Favorite dish at the Paulaner's:
Bavarian Ox Cheeks, slowly braised in red wine, served with root vegetables and pretzel dumplings