Sit back and enjoy the pleasures of the table in the first duke's headquarters and imperial court of the Wittelsbach–in one of the oldest and most historic buildings in the heart of the city of Munich. With vaulted ceilings lit by flickering candles and clean-lined wooden decor, the atmosphere is as modern as it is rustic, and the cuisine certainly follows suit. With modern takes on traditional Franconian cuisine—like roast pork and venison ragout braised in wine—the food is as stunningly presented as it is traditional, hearty, and delicious. So if you're looking to dine like a Duke or Duchess in modern style and rustic elegance, you'll be hard-pressed to do much better.
*You can always head down to their wine bar downstairs, too
It's no surprise that is can be difficult to get at table at Freisinger Hof. The restaurant is... Read more