A visit to the Preysinggarten confirms that Munich is the northernmost city in Italy. Here you can usually enjoy Bavarian flair combined with Italian food. During the lockdown, Preysinggarten is being transformed into a small delicatessen and is also offering its dishes and homemade mulled wine to go.

Bavaria meets Italy at Preysinggarten. The menu features cheese spaetzle with melted Emmental cheese and fried onions alongside spaghetti carbonara and pizza. A mixture that may not seem so unusual to Munich residents at first glance due to its proximity to Italy, but which is actually a special feature of Preysinggarten. Since 1893, great importance has been attached to high-quality, regional food. As one of the oldest inns in Haidhausen, the restaurant has become a popular neighborhood meeting place. The stylish and simple furnishings as well as the historic high rooms with arched windows, the paneled wooden walls, the handwritten chalkboards and the Corinthian cast-iron column create a cozy atmosphere in the Preysinggarten. You simply feel at home here.

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Only selected ingredients are used on the plate. The poultry comes from alternative Bavarian livestock farming, while the restaurant sources its beef, veal and pork from the same supplier as its trusted butcher in Haidhausen. The olive oil comes from Crete, where the owners of the restaurant have their own olive trees. The herbs for teas and dishes, as well as honey and salt, are also sourced from Crete. Special attention is also paid to the apple juice, which comes from an old farm orchard in Weicht in the Ostallgäu region.

The Preysinggarten has been a popular meeting place in Haidhausen for decades for good reason. We especially like the cozy atmosphere and the price-performance ratio is also good. Pizza costs less than 10 euros, pasta starts at 10.40. More elaborate dishes cost a little more, but are still within the Munich price range. If you've never been here before, then you should definitely pay a visit to the traditional Preysinggarten.

Small store and takeaway food

As the Preysinggarten is currently unable to receive guests on site as usual, it relies on take-away on the one hand and a small store with regional and international products such as homemade honey, Crete salt, spices, olive oil and much more on the other.

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On request, you can also have gift baskets put together in different sizes. And if you prefer something "ready to eat", you should check the reduced to-go menu regularly. In addition, varying daily specials and delicious mulled wine are on offer.

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