Woerner’s is a name which has been known in Munich’s gastronomy for centuries. There are three Woerner’s Cafes’ in Munich. The best known one is the Woerner’s at the Marienenplatz, the heart of the city. The other two places are located at Herzogsspitalstr. 9 and the Herzog-Wilhelm-Strasse 29.
The Woerner’s cafes in Munich are known for their excellent, daily fresh self-made ice-cream and for their, also self-made, cakes and other pastry, such as the ones shown on the photos from their Facebook page you can see here. Next to the mentioned, the Woerner’s cafes also offer breakfast and lunch menus. The breakfast menu offers 16 different breakfast menus, the thraditinal Bavarian Weisswurst breakfast is of course also part of the breakfast menu. Breakfast is served from half an hour after opening until noon. Lunch is offered from 11am until 2pm and you can get various pasta and a few wok dishes, as well as a schnitzel. Various salads and vegetarian dishes are also offered.
If you plan to eat at the Cafe at the Marienplatz, you better chose a table on the upper floor, as it tends to get crowded downstairs due to the excellent position at the Marienplatz. You can have lunch for about €10 here.
Cakes, tarts, and pralines are all made in-house. Even the ice cream is still made fresh every day. You absolutely have to try the Sacher cake, or the cheesecake, or the delicious pralines - beautiful little works of the confectionery art, which has been practiced in Woerner's for centuries, as they like to point out.
Tip: the Woerner’s Cafes offer freshly made Kaiserschmarrn, a pancake based traditional desert you should try at least once. They also make many kinds of marzipan figures themselves.
Address: Marienplatz 1
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 8am – 7:30pm, Saturdays 8am – 6pm, Sundays 10am – 6pm