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“Good value”

Pfalzer Residenz Weinstube
Ranked #643 of 3,852 Restaurants in Munich
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $5 - $24
Cuisines: German, Gastropub
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Good for: Local cuisine, Large groups
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Late Night, Reservations
Reviewed May 14, 2013

This is a wine house- so loads of wine but no beer. In addition to the menu they offer 2 lunch/dinner specials each day. It's great value for money - fairly solid no nonsense eating, when your food is ready it's brought out regardless of the rest of your party's order. It is laid out with fairly large tables designed for communal eating, so don't be afraid to grab a spot next to other diners. Seems to have a large local after work crowd, especially on Friday, when it seems pretty hectic up until about 7 when seemed to quieten down a bit. Don't be put off by this as it's very friendly and all part of the experience.

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Thank SashaIreland
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Reviewed May 13, 2013

The restaurant extends over two levels. Downstairs is very loud with large rustic tables. Upstairs is a bit more palatable to the eye but suffers from poor accoustics (also loud). Prices are very reasonable but you get what you pay for. Service is unreliable - if your lucky your order will arrive quickly at your table. If not you can wait for a long time. We tried their speciality - Flammkuchen which is allright but not really satisfying as a full meal. We had to order an extra dish - fried chicken (hendl) was out - so we ordered a bratwurst with bretzl. Bratwurst arrived half an hour too late without bretzl. Bretzl arrived after we had finished our meal. The restaurant was only half full. Needless to say we didnt tip the waiter.

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Thank Dr_Expat
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Reviewed March 19, 2013

Stopped here for lunch after touring the Residenz and found it to be a pretty typical Bavarian restaurant. The wine selection was excellent, of course, and the menu was varied and priced quite reasonably. They do take credit cards, which is not the case for many restaurants in Germany, but the tip, if you leave one, is requested in cash. I had the flammkuchen, which was good but not the best I've had--it's like a very thin-crusted pizza with a cream instead of tomato sauce--and friends had the schnitzel, which was excellent. Worth stopping in for an authentic experience. Service was a bit faster and friendlier than typical European standard.

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Thank Kenneth W
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Reviewed December 21, 2012

Given the grand setting of the restaurant's location we expected something rather posh and expensive. What a surprise - a pleasant one though.
Everywhere was busy with the Christmas Markets and we were lucky to quickly find a space at one of the bench tables. This was true communal eating Bavarian style and an experience not to be missed. The food was very simple and plentiful served by traditionally dressed waitresses in an efficient and friendly way.
The cost for two of us to have a plateful of lovely food and a mug of Gluhwein was less than €23.
Half what you might pay in the city centre.

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Thank Mr_Quiet
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Reviewed September 30, 2012

I've been here twice, once to have drinks outside in the spring. They have a very impressive area in the back that shows off munich's archeticture and once last week with out of town friends,weather was bad so we had to skip the courtyard but the inside is beautiful, the service was great and so was the food. Keep in mind this is Bavaria, everything will be hearty if your sticking to traditional standards. This is the only winestube in Munich that does not serve beer. Only wine....and the have an extensive wine list! It was a thursday night and we were leaving around 11 to catch the train and people were just walking intel door, so I imagine they stay open late. Though it is very close to the touristy area it was clear were were surronded by dedicated guests and we were the only English speakers. Both me and my friends really enjoyed our time there!

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