Straight out of the station, across Karlsplatz and on down the Neuhauserstrasse. On the right you will find the Augustinerbraü – the shell-lined room, the Muschelsall, we missed but our table tucked down the back laid down the atmosphere aplenty. Mightily tempted to eat here, we settled on a beer and a near perfect pretzel (the former I forget the price of but the pretzel was 90c) . For us an Augustiner Weissbier hit the mark.
Once consumed the wander through Munich continued – the Viktualienmarkt, a superb wine shop which I stupidly neglected to write down the name (or address) of, Marienplatz and the Neues Rathaus, the gourmet-heaven of Alois Dallmayr (good wine selection here too) and pork roast and another beer at Weisses Bräuhaus… a bit confused over the differences of beer styles here – the one in the photograph is Tap 4, lighter than the earlier Weissbier but fine enough to wash down the roast pork and herby dumpling. Was I stuffed after!