Goldmarie is a lovely, homely restaurant near Poccistr.

The menu changes regularly, and the ingredients are always fresh and seasonal. I visited on Saturday and was treated to the most wonderful, hearty high-quality food.

The menu contains a choice of around six starters, a similar number of mains and around three desserts (I’m now salivating over the above photo and wishing I’d tried their espresso panna cotta).Sadly I was already full.

Goldmarie cheesecake

I started with a dandelion leaf salad with pecorino cheese and the  boyfriend tried the liver with beet root salad and was equally impressed. But it was my main that stood out – it was exquisite – Kalbstafelspitz – prime boiled beef with a garlicky potato gratin (anything with lots of garlic gets my vote) and savoy cabbage. I hadn’t much of an appetite on Saturday, but I devoured it all, washed down with a good Blauer Zweigelt.

The atmosphere is relaxed, it’s tastefully decorated and the punters are friendly. I can’t recommend it enough, and the next time I go, I’ll be sure to save room for dessert – they also had Vacherin cheese on the menu….*sighs*

Prices are reasonable – you can check out the menu here.

Schmellerstr. 23, 80337 Munich



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I'm Rachel, the author behind Arts in Munich. I moved to Munich in the summer of 2008, and work as an editor in the city. I also do freelance work for the BBC, MONOCLE, Singapore Airlines and Kaltblut, among others, and previously wrote for the Huffington Post and Electronic Beats.

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