Feisingers Kas- und Weinstubn

All about specialty dishes with cheese from the Alpine region

The cozy tent, with a distinctive “cheese Pacman” on the roof, serves goodies such as raclette, schupfnudel dumplings or cheese spätzle – and also caters to vegetarians.

Sebastian Lehner

What’s special: the “living room of the Oktoberfest”

Landlady Rosemarie Feisinger gives Wiesn guests very personal experience of the world’s biggest Volksfest. At this small Oktoberfest tent, guests can enjoy a familiar and friendly atmosphere, because at Feisingers Kas- und Weinstubn, the food is prepared with love. The unique atmosphere can also be felt in the beer garden. With plenty of places to sit and a spacious standing area, the beer garden is an extension of the tent’s rustic ambiance and offers a great view of comings and goings at the Oktoberfest.

The audience: the alternative for families and vegetarians

If you want to experience the cozy side of the Wiesn, you will feel right at home at Feisingers Kas- und Weinstubn. It is especially loved by families, and offers an extensive children’s menu for kids, as well as a fun dining experience. Menus can be ordered with the reservations, and at lunchtime from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. there is an inexpensive "lunch hit". Thanks to the many different Alpine cheese dishes, vegetarians will also find a variety of delicious options at Feisinger’s Cheese and Wine Stubn. Vegans are catered for as well.

The menu: Alpine dishes with cheese

The name says it all: At Feisingers Kas- und Weinstubn, there is a large selection of Alpine cheese dishes and accompanying wines from France and Italy. As well as the house specialty — raclette — there are all kinds of cheeses, baked potatoes, cheese spätzle, delicious flammkuchen and schupfnudel dumplings. The food is accompanied by very palatable wines, served by landlady Rosemarie Feisinger. You can also find original Bavarian pork sausages with cabbage or delicious roast meat on the menu. For beer lovers, there is Franziskaner weissbier.

Only here: raclette under the vines

Fancy a raclette at the Wiesn? At Feisinger’s, that is not only possible, but the order of the day. Raclette cheese is one of the most popular products at this small Oktoberfest tent. The cheese is suspended in the traditional Swiss oven, melted and then scraped off before serving. The melted cheese is served with a baked potato or on bread, and is enjoyed by guests at the large tables with a glass of wine. The lights are hung with vines for an authentic atmosphere.

Reservation, seating, music and contact

Hosts Rosie und Max Feisinger
Phone +49 (0)89 812 63 16
Website https://wiesnzelt.de/
Capacity 98
Capacity (outdoors) 60
Daily from 1 pm music, from 6.30 pm together with a singer
Speciality Original Swiss raclette and popular with vegetarians