Bar Corso München

© Bar Corso

Restaurants

Bar Corso

In the middle of a very busy summer, Sasha and I finally found time to meet up for dinner a couple of weeks ago.

We headed to Bar Corso close to Sendlinger Tor, which looks a bit plain from the outside, but has been lovingly decorated with old oak stools, industrial lamps, fresh flowers and handwritten menus.

Bar Corso München

© Bar Corso

The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly, and Bar Corso works just as well in the daytime for coffee and cake as it does in the evening for a three-course meal and cocktails.

We started with homemade ginger beer and the tuna steak. At 30 €, it was one of the pricier meals on the menu, but we both fancied fish. Wrapped in a sesame crust and served with a raw sweet potato salad, it was light and tender – perfect for a summer evening. Where possible, Bar Corso uses seasonal, regional produce (okay, maybe not in the case of the tuna), and their small menu changes regularly.

After dinner we shared a crème brûlée, an indulgent treat after our reasonably healthy dinner.

If you’ve been strolling past Bar Corso on your way to the Isar/Glockenbachviertel without giving it a second glance, do pop in sometime – for lunch, dinner or an after work gin.

Bar Corso

Müllerstraße 51, U-Bahn/Tram Sendlinger Tor

3 Comments

  1. It was a lovely evening! Let’s do it again soon. x

  2. I have been here for breakfast – also very nice!

  3. They serve killer drinks as well! We always wanted to go there for dinner, but somehow forgot. Thanks for reminding us! 🙂

Leave a Reply