Dallmayr delicatessen

A Munich institution

The Dallmayr delicatessen in the heart of Munich is one of the most beautiful traditional shops in the world.

Around 1900 Dallmayr receives the title of a royal Bavarian court supplier. The German Imperial Court and 14 other European princely and royal families also ordered from the Munich-based delicatessen specialist. The shop on Dienerstrasse is still one of the city's top addresses when it comes to culinary delights.

The range includes Bavarian and international specialities, which are stylishly presented in the numerous delicatessen departments. The building also houses a top restaurant, a café-bistro and a champagne bar.




Photo: Alois Dallmayr KG

Also interesting: Where exactly do all the delicacies come from? How does Dallmayr find the most attractive cheeses and the tastiest types of fish? Stefan Weiß, the head buyer at Dallmayr, tells us about the hunt for choice delicacies.


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