Munich’s Restaurant 181 is special in many ways, and that’s why we haven’t categorised it. It is located at metre 181 of Munich’s Olympic Tower and within 49 minutes it makes a 360 degree turn so you get to see the whole city during a dinner at the restaurant. It is a different and affordable place for a a special dinner with fantastic scenery and it also has one of the best kitchens of the city.
Since the Olympic Tower is a popular tourist spot, the restaurant, which used to hold 1 Michelin Star under popular German TV chef Otto Koch, it has adapted its offer to it. It opens at 11am with a kind of a “light” version of the menu, from 6pm on it offers its “Sunset Menu”, a three course menu priced somewhere around €60 with the elevator fee included. The “Feinschmecker (Gourmet) Menu” is on offer from 8:30pm and consists either of four or five courses which are priced from €75 - €100. You can have a look at all of the menus on the website of the restaurant.
Within seconds you leave the everyday behind to face new horizons at the revolving restaurant at 181 metres above the city. 360 degrees live - this is where the whole world revolves around just you. Experience a new dimension of culinary exclusiveness. The restaurant is run by the Arena One catering company which is also responsible for the VIP catering at the Allianz Arena and other prestigious sports events which take place at the Bavarian capital.
Address: Spiridon-Louis- Ring 7
Opening hours: 11.00 am till 4.30 pm (last seating 4.00 pm), lunch time 12 o’clock till 2.30 pm
Dinner time: 6.00 pm – Sunset-Dinner, 8.30 pm – Feinschmecker Menu – Last seating: 9.30 pm