Restaurant Broyhan Haus in Munich

The Broyhan Haus restaurant in Munich is a cozy and historic restaurant that offers traditional German cuisine with a modern twist. The restaurant is named after the famous brewer Cord Broyhan, who lived in the house in the 16th century and invented Broyhan beer. The building is one of the oldest citizens' houses in the city of Hanover and has been lovingly restored and equipped with original furniture and decorations.

Tel: 0511 32 39 19

At Broyhan Haus you can choose from a diverse menu that offers something to suit every taste. Whether you're in the mood for a hearty soup, a juicy schnitzel, a crispy pork knuckle or a tender rump steak, you'll find what you're looking for here. Fish and vegetarian dishes are also on offer, as well as delicious desserts such as apple strudel or red fruit jelly. The portions are generous and the prices are fair.

With your meal you can of course enjoy a cold Broyhan beer, brewed according to Cord Broyhan's old recipe. The beer has a mild and fruity taste and goes perfectly with savory dishes. If you prefer drinking wine, you can choose from a fine selection of German and international wines. Non-alcoholic drinks such as juices, lemonades or coffee are also available.


The Broyhan Haus restaurant has a pleasant atmosphere that invites you to linger. The rooms are bright and friendly, with wooden beams, fireplaces and candlelight. In summer you can also sit on the terrace and enjoy the beautiful weather. The staff is attentive and courteous and will ensure that you feel completely comfortable.

The Broyhan Haus restaurant is an ideal place for a relaxed and enjoyable visit to Munich. Whether you come with your family, your friends or your partner, you will have an unforgettable evening here. It's best to reserve a table now and let yourself be pampered by German cuisine and Broyhan beer.

Steak with fries and salad