The restaurant is located within a crafts market with characteristic half-timbered buildings. The sausages are cooked on an open flame and served in bell shaped plates. Very good service and delicious food and beer.
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Menu is not extensive but good. We stopped here for lunch to enjoy their bratwurst along with their potato salad served on pewter dishes, accompanied by 2 beers. Ate outside so did not get a chance to view the interior of this small restaurant. But...More
Do not let the location, and attendant fears that this will be an overpriced inauthentic tourist trap, discourage you from coming to coming to Bratwurst Glocklein. The food was excellent and the crowd a mix of Germans and tourists. We partook in the traditional 6...More
Fantastic local restaurant in a courtyard next to the Tower next to the main train station. The menu isn't extensive, It's a bratwurst place, and the bratwurst are excellent. Very reasonable prices (two people stuffed themselves with bratwurst and supped local beer for €28). Down...More
This was our first time to Germany and we had expected the sausage to be amazing. This quaint little restaurant had the BEST! It looks like it's our of a Disney movie in the cutest little area near the train station. This is a must-visit!
This place is set in a really beautiful traditional German courtyard surrounded by traditional shops it feels like another world. We dropped in for lunch and had some bratwurst with a couple of weet beers. The potato salad is delicious and the bread was nice...More
This place is tucked just inside the city wall near to the Hauptbahnhof so was an ideal place to visit before catching the U-bahn back to the airport. Typically German/Bavarian inside with dark wood panelling. The menu isn't extensive, but most people seem to be...More
There are 3 different 'flavors' of sausages to choose from in the menu. The traditional, with wine sauce and smoked, if I can remember. The traditional ones were so good we ordered another 6 after finishing 8. We also ordered the pork shoulders and we...More