It is a long-established beer restaurant in Shijo Kawaramachi, the center of Kyoto.
Many tourists visit due to its proximity to Kiyomizu-dera Temple, Yasaka Shrine, Gion, Nishiki Market, and other famous sights.
We have staff members, who speak English, and a menu in English so that guests from abroad can enjoy themselves as well and have a good time.
Groups are welcome as well. At Munchen, we have a party room that can accomodate large groups.
We are looking forward to your visit.
The beer at our bar is delivered directly from the factory to our cellar, where it is kept under a precisely controlled temperature right until our customers take their first sip, in order to offer the best beer possible.
Also, at Munchen, we offer a variety of cups you can drink from. Customers can choose to drink their beer in a glass jug, a pottery beer stein, or a copper beer mug.
Pick your favorite mug and enjoy your beer, or, better yet, experience what each different mug has to offer.
Everyday at Munchen, beer enthusiasts, both men and women, young and old, come to our beer restaurant and have a great time while drinking beer from our giant mugs.
Our famous dishes by far is our fried chicken and our french fries.
Our fried chicken is offered in 2 different options: both which are our original recipes. The first option is in the form of a boneless chicken breast that is fried and sprinkled with our secret seasoning. Or, you can try our fried chicken with the bone attached.
Our french fries are made from fresh potatoes. Everyday, we peel, cut, and fry the potatoes we offer on that very day. No freezer, refrigerator, or anything of those sorts. After all, fries from fresh potatoes taste the best. As for flavoring, curry flavor and anchovy garlic favor is quite popular.
Also, try out our Japanese-style Western dishes. Our demi-glace sauce, bechamel sauce, and tomato sauce, each made with time and care, make the base of our Western dishes.
Our sister store, House Munchen, is also in the neighborhood.
At House Munchen, they offer steak, tataki, and carpaccio all made from dry-aged Japanese beef (Wagyu). They also offer sashimi and carpaccio made with fresh fish purchased from the market.