In Munich's oldest wine-house the guest can enjoy culinary delicacies and exquisite wines in a really cosy atmosphere. The historical building from the 15th century, which once served Duke Wilhelm as the court cellar and today is a listed building as a restaurant, is situated right in the centre of Munich.
In the attractive guest rooms with genuine Tyrolean arches on the ceiling the cooks of the house, under the direction of Andreas Feuerstein and Natalino Eposito, serve international and superior home cooking from Mondays to Saturdays.
Here you are certain to find the wine that goes best with the delicious dishes: in the Weinhaus Neuner's wine-cellar 100 different wines from 20 wine-growing regions in the world are stored. Each week a variety of lunches and special offers supplement the wide-ranging menu. For private events the Weinhaus Neuner would be pleased to open on Sundays and public holidays. Then up to 50 people in the wine tavern and up to 85 people in the restaurant can celebrate and have an individual menu drawn up.
Since 1852 the Weinhaus has been a family business. Only a few years later the wine merchant Neuner acquired the title "Purveyors to the King of Bavaria". Today the fifth generation of the family runs the Weinhaus, and it is now, as in those days, the chief aim of the whole team to see that the guests are satisfied.