Over two and a half centuries ago, the Asam-Schlössl restaurant in Munich-Thalkirchen was the country estate of Cosmas Damian Asam (a painter at the elector’s court). Today, the same spot offers some of the finest Bavarian cuisine and drinks at affordable prices. It also provides a great envionment for you to relax and unwind after the day's activities.
In 1992/93, the Augustiner brewery carried out a lavish and much-needed renovation of the building. This turned it into a gastronomic treasure - and Birgit Netzle became the landlady. With her charm, long-time experience and hardwork, the Asam-Schlössl started getting a lot of appreciation in Munich and beyond the 'blue-white' border.
Attention to detail and the passion for quality
Inside the Asam Schlössl is the 'Tiroler Stuben' - which also has a bar. Here, people meet for business lunch, coffee, apple strudel, and informal dinners. You can also get some freshly brewed Augustiner beer. The 'Asamstüberl' and the room with the fireplace are both non-smoking rooms - which is ideal for private and business parties. Additionally, there are two other rooms and a baroque ballroom on the top floor of the building. These can be rented for events.
Trends and tradition
Birgit Netzle (1997 restaurateur of the year) is known for her unique style which she has maintained - regardless of what is trending. She ensures that the bavarian delicacies are not only top notch but affordable and special. The classics on the menu change on a monthly basis. One of her popular dishes is the pink fried duck breast with plum butter, homemade 'Schupfnudeln' (a type of thick noodles made of potato, flour and eggs) and cabbage.
The cosy restaurant garden has 250 seats, beautifully arranged under 300-year-old trees. It is no surprise that guests like it here, as the food, chilled Augustiner beer, customer service and live music are indeed appealing. Here, real Bavarian culture can be experienced.