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St. Emmerams Mühle

St. Emmerams Mühle (mill) is an adorable hybrid of restaurant and beergarden. The mill was first mentioned in the 14th century, and 500 years later received a concession to serve beer and snacks to waiting costumers. Slowly but surely, this service brought in an increasing percentage of profits, and milling finally stopped after World War I. Today, the historic restaurant enjoys a picturesque location in the Isar meadow near Oberföhring. Shadowed by chestnut trees and enveloped by a lush garden, diners enjoy regional cuisine with a modern touch. Classics such as cold roast with grated horseradish, a gherkin, salad and fresh-baked bread (€ 8.90) or homemade Obazder (€ 7.30) are dished up alongside sophisticated concoctions such as fried prawns on spinach beet salad in a coconut dressing with Krupuk (€ 13.60). St. Emmerams Mühle is easily accessible most easily by bike. Just ride along the right side of the Isar shore out of the city to the north. Cosimastrasse toward the English Garden also leads to St. Emmerams Mühle.
Opening hours:
Mon.–Sat., 11 am–1 am; Sun., 10 am–1 am

St. Emmeram 41
81925 Munich

How to get there:
Bus 50 Johanneskirchen

Phone: (089) 95 39 71

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