250 years ago the restaurant Asam-Schlössl in Munich-Thalkirchen was the country estate of Cosmas Damian Asam a famous paiter of the time painter at the elector’s court. Following Asam’s death in 1739 the Schlössl changed owners several times, and in 1838 the building was extended on the east side to accommodate a restaurant. It became a popular excursion spot with a beer garden for Munich residents. During WW II it was nearly devastated by fire. The building was later bought up by the City of Munich. The video below is in German language, but you still get a good isea about the place.
In 1992/93, after a caring and lavish restoration by the Augustiner brewery, the beautiful house was turned into a gastronomic treasure and Birgit Netzle became the landlady. With her, female charm, long-time experience and great competence moved into this architectural beautiful building. This successful match got the Asam-Schlössl a lot of appreciation in Munich and beyond.
These days the Asam-Schlössl offers authentic, top quality Bavarian food in unique ambience and at reasonable prices. The prices begin at €4 for a bread or potato dumpling or egg noodles (Eierspätzle) with gravy, while a main course cost some €15.
The menu classics change on a monthly basis - like the pink fried duck breast on plum butter with homemade „Schupfnudeln” (type of thick noodles made of potato, flour and eggs) and cabbage – are well known and popular. The cosy restaurant beer garden with 250 seats under 300 years old trees has received numerous awards. It is no surprise that guests like it here, as the food, cool Augustiner beer, service and live music are special indeed. Here, real authentic Bavarian pleasures can be experienced.
Opening hours: daily 11am-1am