It’s summer, though, and I can’t really be expected to spend my evenings at home. There are too many beer gardens, grill parties, picnics, concerts, and bike rides that take precedence over a leisurely home-cooked meal (my ideal would be to somehow find the time for both, and while I do have a few little tricks to enable that, often it is just impossible). And anyway, dinner out at a place like Georgenhof is no hardship.
Georgenhof is one of the places that I like to take visitors. First, it has a large terrace and on summer evenings it is a very pleasant place to sit outdoors. When the weather doesn’t allow for terrace dining, sitting indoors is not a bad alternative. Georgenhof is what I would classify as a slightly upscale German-style restaurant. They have all the dishes that you would expect of a traditional German restaurant, the dark wood interior, and waiters and waitresses in Tracht, but the menu and the atmosphere have a modern twist to them. In addition to the German classics, there are always seasonal offerings, and usually fresh pasta, salads, fish, and vegetarian options. Their dishes are perfectly prepared- I've had some of the most tender pork (which, at other places, is often slightly over-cooked and dried-out), and very light melt-in-your-mouth gnocchi at Georgenhof.
80801 München, Deutschland