Description:Prinzregent Hotel is non kosher hotel in Munich, Germany - but this hotel is in walking distance from Synagogue Possartstr. 15. It is about 40 minutes walk to Einstein kosher restaurant from this hotel.... [more]
Comment: Great service, heimishe and quality food.
Well done, would certainly recommend eating there!
(Top hechsher too, and they have a Friday night availability also - shabbos day and seudah shelishis is free - providsed by the shul.)
2012-06-14 10:10:05 Posted by Yona
Comment: We were a group of three people, having lunch. The food was delicious. We had Soup, gefilte fish, salad, chicken with vegetables and rice.
For dessert we had parve whipping cream and fruit.
The restaurant is spotless and the service is great.
The prices are not expensive for kosher food.
The "Enstein" restaurant is
2011-12-11 09:16:17 Posted by avrohom
Comment: excellent food.limited choice but this keeps the prices much lower.very smart so good for business meets as well.highly recommended
BAD & SAD
2011-10-06 09:05:09 Posted by Daniel
Comment: Eating in that place was a very SAD experience for me.
The food isn't good (my Munich-loaf was something like army loof), menu is very meagre, and has the atmosphere of the Holocaust musium residing in that same building!
I wish i'd tried that cafe Bracha place!
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