Farm shops with a café near Munich for the autumn outing

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Hot chocolate in farm shops with cafés near Munich

Do you like that too? Shopping in the farm shop and trying the homemade products there? I love enjoying hot chocolate with homemade cake from the farm kitchen. Or freshly smoked fish directly from the fisherman at Lake Chiemsee. Best in a cozy atmosphere. Then real well-being arises. This is best done in farm shops with a café. We looked around for farm shops with cafés near Munich.

 

 

Ever since we moved to the country, we've discovered how good fruit, vegetables, eggs and meat taste when you buy them direct from the farmer. That's why we often buy from direct marketers in our area. If you live in a big city like Munich, you can turn a purchase like this into an autumn trip. Such a trip becomes a real pleasure if, in addition to shopping, you can try the delicacies from the local farmer's kitchen. That's why we started looking for farm shops with a café near Munich. This way you can turn an autumn trip into a day full of enjoyment for all the senses. You drive out to Grüne, enjoy the regional products in the farm shop and buy fresh fruit, vegetables and other ingredients for the kitchen at home.

 

Farm shops with a café near Munich
Many farm shops near Munich lovingly decorate their sales outlets

 

Tips for an autumn trip to farmers' farm shops with cafés near Munich

The prerequisite for us to list a farm shop with a café here is that it is actually located outside of Munich. We therefore took the outer ring of Munich as the limit. As soon as you cross this bypass, you find yourself in the countryside and can find farms that are surrounded by greenery as well as those that are worth an autumn trip for connoisseurs.

You shouldn't expect too much variety of food in such courtyard cafes. From time to time there is even only one dish of the day, depending on the size of the family or the staff of the farm shop. Usually the farmer's wife prepares the dishes on the menu in her own kitchen. It can happen that there is only one or two warm dishes to choose from. But these are homemade with a lot of love. Cakes in these farm shops with a café usually also come from the farmer's wife's bakery or are even made there baked in front of the customers. You can taste that too.

It is best to take containers with you in which you can pack homemade products if necessary. A visit to the farm shop is not like going to the supermarket. Things are often rustic here. But that is exactly what is special about shopping on the farm.

 

Fisherman's hut on Lake Chiemsee
Smoked fish is available in the farm shop of a fisherman's hut on Lake Chiemsee

 

You should also check the opening times before you arrive. Most of these farm shops with cafés are not open every day. But that's what makes these cafes so charming. They give you an insight into life on the farm. There you will definitely have direct contact with the local people. They put a lot of effort into entertaining their guests and serving them the best of their own production.

Important NOTE: as the opening times of farm shops often vary, you should call in advance to find out when they are open.

But now to our list of farm shops with cafés near Munich:

Farm shop at the Moar

Church Street 6
85630 Grasbrunn
Cell: 089 420 79 564
info@hofladen-beim-moar.de

In this farm shop you will find homemade jams with berries and fruits from the region, and the café also has homemade cakes.

Chiemgaukorn

Weiding 3
83308 Trostberg
Phone: +08621 806133
E-mail: info@chiemgaukorn.de

From around 12.00 p.m. on Wednesday there is a vegetarian, often vegan, organic lunch. While stocks last – pre-orders make planning easier for the team! You are also welcome to take cake and food with you - but if possible, you should bring a container for transport.

The Bumbaurhof is a farm shop with a café in the north of Munich

reed 11
85229 Markt Indersdorf
Phone: +08136 5425
E-mail: bumbaurhofcafe@gmx.de

In the café there are homemade cakes and tarts. The farm shop also specializes in things that are made locally. This includes pasta, beer, bread, eggs, eggnog, sweets (from our own production), jam, honey, muesli and cornflakes. And it all comes from our own production!

The Wolfmühle – Mühlen farm shop with café

Wolfmill 1
85661 Forstinning
Phone: +08121 3334
E-mail: info@wolfmuehle.de

The Hofladen Café serves breakfast, lunch, coffee & cake. If you are coming with a group of more than 10 people, please make a reservation at: biokueche@wolfmuehle.de. In the farm shop you will find baking mixes, grains, cakes, mueslis, flour from our own production and other products.

Farm shop with Café Griesmühle

Farm shop & farm café Griesmühle
Griesmuehle 35
84508 Burgkirchen
Tel: 08679 9141990
E-mail: info@hofladen-griesmuehle.de

Hofcafé Untergünzl

Untergünzl 1
84579 Unterneukirchen
Tel: 08633 507840
info@hofcafe-unterguenzl.de

We wish you good appetite and lots of fun on autumn trips to the farm shops with cafés near Munich. Do you know more? Let us know. We are happy to present them here.

Farm shops near Munich without a café

You can find a small selection of farm shops near Munich, albeit without a café, here:

  • Organic farm shop in Hebertshausen near Dachau, Johann-Hechenberger-Straße 11, 85241 Hebertshausen
  • Chiemgaukorn farm shop, Weiding 2, D-83308 Trostberg
  • Biohof Weller, Mühlstraße 8, 85232 Bergkirchen
  • Wallner's Bioputenhof, Goppertshofen 5, 85241 Hebertshausen
  • Schöll Vegetable Farm, Kieningweg 2, 85244 Großinzemoos

 

Questions and answers:

Where can I find farm shops near Munich?

There are many farm shops near Munich. Some are located in places like Dachau, Freising, Erding, Fürstenfeldbruck and Starnberg. A quick search on the internet or an inquiry to friends can help to find farm shops in your area.

What products can I find in farm shops near Munich?

In farm shops near Munich you can find fresh fruit and vegetables, dairy products, eggs, meat, bread and other baked goods as well as regional specialties. The products mostly come directly from the farm and are therefore particularly fresh and of high quality.

Are the prices in farm shops higher than in the supermarket?

Prices in farm shops can be higher than in the supermarket as the products are mostly of high quality and fresh. However, there are also farm shops that have very reasonable prices. It is therefore worth comparing the prices and, if necessary, also considering the quality of the products.

How do I know if the products in farm shops near Munich are organic?

Many farm shops near Munich also offer organic products. Some farms are even certified organic. You can look for the organic seal when buying the products or ask directly whether the products come from organic farming.

Can I also order online in farm shops near Munich?

Some farm shops near Munich also offer an online shop where you can order products and have them delivered. However, it is worth checking the delivery conditions and delivery areas, as they can vary from farm shop to farm shop.

 

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Text: © Copyright Monika Fuchs and TravelWorldOnline
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Farm shops with a café near Munich for the autumn outing

Monika Fuchs

Monika Fuchs and Petar Fuchs are the authors and publishers of the Slow Travel and Enjoyment travel blog TravelWorldOnline Traveller. You have been publishing this blog since 2005. TravelWorldOnline has been online since 2001. Your topics are Trips to Savor and wine tourism worldwide and Slow Travel. During her studies, Monika Fuchs spent some time in North America, where she traveled to the USA and Canada - sometimes together with Petar Fuchs - and spent a research year in British Columbia. This strengthened her thirst for knowledge, which she pursued for 6 years Adventure Guide for Rotel Tours and then for 11 years as Study tour guide for Studiosus Reisen tried to breastfeed all over the world. She constantly expanded her travel regions, but curiosity still gnawed at her: “What is beyond the horizon? What else is there to discover in this city? Which people are interesting here? What do you eat in this region?” These are the questions she is now trying to answer as a freelance travel journalist (her articles have appeared in DIE ZEIT, 360° Canada, 360° USA, etc.), among others. travel writer and travel blogger answers in many countries around the world. Petar Fuchs produces the videos on this blog as well as on YouTube. Monika Fuchs from TravelWorldOnline is below Germany's top 50 bloggers in 2021 Other Information about Monika and Petar Fuchs. Recommendations on LinkedIn from tourism experts Further recommendations from cooperation partners and tourism experts Professional experience Monika on LinkedIn