Munich Haidhausen Mullersches Volksbad

Wiener Platz Haidhausen

Visit Munich Haidhausen

Munich is one of the top destinations for city tourism in Germany and in Europe. With its over 800 years of history it has more to offer than the Oktoberfest and soccer. Come on a journey to discover Munich´s most amazing neighborhood of Haidhausen. It is near the city center and easy to reach.

More importantly, it is full of the true soul of Munich. Next to plenty of cafés there exist Munich´s most iconic beer halls, like the Hofbräukeller. Food gourmets will also love the many restaurants in the quarter, from Bavarian food to French cuisine to burgers.

Furthermore, there are many cultural events for classical music and Jazz. Museums like the Villa Stuck or the Deutsches Museum which is near Haidhausen offer new perspectives in European art and technology. Now find out more about what Haidhausen and Munich have to offer on these pages.

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Bavarian Japanese Trip

January 14, 2018

Nomiya restaurant in Munich Haidhausen

The Nomiya, located in the Wörthstrasse is a Bavarian Japanese bar and restaurant. In Japanese, “nomiya” simply means bar or pub. What makes the bar unique is the mixing of the two cuisines of Bavaria and Japan. Of course you can eat sushi at the restauarant. But the most surprising meals are those with a Bavarian touch.

I ate Rossbratwurst, a sausage from Nuremberg with a Japanese twist as yakitori. Yakitori are small grilled pieces of meat, fish or vegetable on a wooden stick. Nomiya has a good selection of Bavarian beers and some Japanese beers and of course sake. The waitress was friendly and it is popular with locals as well as tourists. Be sure to reserve a seat as it has limited space.

For a unique trip into BavariaJapan, this bar is a must.

Website: Bar Nomiya