ONE OF MUNICHS FIRST ITALIAN RESTAURANTS. EST. 1979.
The Ca' d'Oro or Palazzo Santa Sofia is a palace on the Grand Canal in Venice, northern Italy.
One of the older palaces in the city, its name means "golden house" due to the gilt and polychrome
external decorations which once adorned its walls. The palace was built between 1428 and 1430 for the
Contarini family, who provided Venice with eight Doges between 1043 and 1676.
The palace is a significant example of Venetian Gothic in the early 15th century.
Constant quality in gastronomy
THEY'RE SO HAPPY BEING SERVED HERE!
I've come to this restaurant 3 times in five days. One time better than the order. Amazing pizza and pasta. Not expensive at all. Very nice staff. Strongly recommended.
So good I visited twice during my 6 day trip. The burrata pizza was so good as was the house wine. Also really enjoyed the tartufo for dessert. If you are looking for a nice restaurant with good pizza, this is it!
We so enjoyed our meal and service here as a couple, that we brought a few friends (10 others) back with us a few nights later! A totally delicious experience, (loved our very professional waiter who tolerated my university Italian), a short walk from our hotel and very centrally located near the hop on hop off bus depot. Squisito!
We stayed in Munich for one week last May 2019 and visited Ca'D'oro five times during this period as we enjoyed the meals so much! Excellent Italian dishes including a wide range of pastas and pizzas. Waiters were very courteous and helpful, especially Carlo who made sure we were comfortable at our table and happy with the food. When we go back to Munich next year, we will definitely eat at Ca'D'oro
Pizza, pasta, starter bruschetta, atmosphere, service... all perfect. Our waiter was Roberto. He was excellent. Friendly and professional. I will come back to eat at this restaurant every time I visit Munich from now on. The restaurant is located near the train station. That part of town can be a little bit rough, but this restaurant is a diamond in the rough, so go!
FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED SINCE 1979
✆ +49-89-594-600 ⊙ Bayerstrasse 31 ☞ 80335 München ☼ Monday to Sunday from 10:00-01:00
Become part of the story. In 1968, for the first time our uncle opened in Munich the first restaurant and a short time later a “Gelateria” , as well as the legendary Pescatore in the “Schwanthalerstraße”, the then in-meeting of the Munich high society and the place for before and after the “Deutsches” Theater. Over time, the Five Brothers united in Munich and thus began the legendary era of the Munich-Italians.
The second generation benefits from many years of experience and combines them with today´s demands of the 21st century. The result is a mix of modern Italian ambience and and traditional italian cuisine
CA`D`ORO opening, then impressively decorated with lots of wood and gold accents. At the beginning, only Italian specialties were served in the restaurant, pizza was not available at this time in the restaurant.
Modernization of the restaurant with a design reference to Venice.
The bistro in the front part of the restaurant has been removed. The result is a timely and stylish restaurant boutique with connection to the classical restaurant, which invites you to linger over a glass of wine or for a honest Italian meal. Honest. Modern. Tradition-conscious.