Heinz Wurst Und Huehnerbraterei

Owned by Petra Brenner, Alexander Brenner, and Herbert Heilmaier, this small, cozy place is perfect for enjoying the Oktoberfest festivities. It is considered a melting pot for diversified audiences such as Munich residents, families, and international tourists; all are attracted to the traditional festivities. 

Since 1906, this small family-run Oktoberfest tent has been a source of entertainment for 384 people at a time. The tent covers an area of Width of 12 m, Length of 33,20 m, and Height of 7 m. 

The live music inside the tent begins after 5 pm by the Unterbrunner Haderlumpen band, creating an electrifying backdrop. Inside the tent, you will find tables for 6, 10, and 12 persons, so plan your visit accordingly. 

Opening Hours

10 am to 11.30 pm

Essential Guidelines for Visitors 

Payment Method: Cash is always preferred to pay at the tent. However, you can bring your card as well. 

Dress Code: Oktoberfest is known for its traditional dress. However, it is not mandatory to wear Lederhosen or Dirndl for visiting Heinz Wurst.

Heinz Menu 

The highlight of the extensive menu at Heinz Wurst is that it has multiple options for all. Whether you are a meat lover or vegetarian, you will find mouthwatering options here!

Some of the not-to-be-missed options from the meat dishes include; 

  • Wiesn Hendl – A portion of Chicken freshly roasted on a spit with spicy dip  
  • Knusprige Ente – Roasted Duck with potato dumplings and red cabbage   
  • Ofenfrischer Schweinebraten – Straight from the oven pork roast with crackling, potato dumpling     

For Your Vegetarian Soul; 

  • Wiesn-Salatteller – Wiesn salad plate with baked mushrooms, Emmental cubes, black sesame, and sour cream dip.
  • Pilzgulasch mit Kartoffelknödl – Mushroom goulash with potato dumplings.
  • Reiberdatschi – Potato pancake with apple sauce. 

Oktoberfest Snacking

  • Cold Platter (with cheese, ham, Bavarian sausage meatloaf, (coarse) soft salami, smoked sausage, Brawn(jellied meat), cream cheese, gherkin and bread)       
  • Savoury Cheese Spread (“Obazda” Cream Cheese with Onion, Radishes and bread)
  • Cheese Platter (with savory cheese spread (cream cheese), Brie, cream cheese, grapes, butter, bread and garnished with radishes)

Salad Bar 

  • Kleiner Gemischter Salat – mixed Salad
  • Kartoffel-Gurkensalat – potato cucumber salad 
  • Krautsalat – Bavarian Coleslaw
  • Kartoffelsalat – Potato Salad 


Apfelstrudelmit Vanillesoße – Apple strudel with vanilla custard  

Kaiserschmarrn – Sugared pancake with roasted plum

Süßes Schmankerl Brettl – A dessert platter (cut-up and sugared pancake, roasted plum compote, maroni mousse and chocolate cake)

Beer Bar

  • Mass Paulaner Wies’n Bier
  • Mass Radler
  • Mass Alkoholfreies Bier

Non-Alcoholic Drinks

  • Spezi – Coke mixed with orange lemonade 
  • Apfelschorle – Apple juice mixed with mineral water
  • Coca Cola/Coca Cola zero

Seat and Table Reservation 

Located at Theresienwiese, Heinz Wurst Und Huehnerbraterei is directly accessible through the U-Bahn stations Theresienwiese (U4 and U5 lines) and Goetheplatz (U3 and U6 lines. Because of its location, it is easy to reach the tent.

Heinz Wurst Und Huehnerbraterei has space to entertain 384 guests. It is always recommended to pre-book the tent to avoid last-minute hassle. However, walk-in customers are also welcome during lunch hours to enjoy the tent festivities.  

Reservations Rules 

  • You can book the table for a minimum of 6 people. For your reserved seat, you will get a voucher for food and drinks. And the voucher timings have to be followed strictly. 
  • If your bill exceeds the voucher amount, payment will be made through cash. 
  • Do not exchange the voucher for a tip.