Drink from lunch time! Beer hall running for a long time in Kyoto
Speaking of beer halls in Kyoto, the name of Munchen near Hankyu Kawaramachi Station should come up first. The long-standing beer hall has been loved by locals for over a half century. Munchen was opened in 1952 as “a restaurant for draft beer and western food”. As they declare “general western food”, the number of dishes is large and all are tasty. You may have trouble with deciding what you should be ordering due to the good selection! A great thing is that the restaurant it is open from 11:30 to 23:00. You can always have good food, and this is one reason the restaurant is loved. The pub is an oasis offering beer instead of water. Munchen is especially known for its beer. They offer many types of beer in many sizes. It also has a retro and good old atmosphere as you feel like you’ve been here before, which is wonderful. The master is good at English, and his friendliness and the welcoming atmosphere of the restaurant will make you comfortable. Why not change your mood at Munchen with beer and familiar western food if you have had plenty of Japanese? The restaurant is also easy to access from Hankyu Kawaramachi or Keihan Gion-Shijo stations.