They’ve been with Augustiner Bräu for more than 100 years and are very much a tradition in the food arcade! This stand in the Augustiner Bräustübl has been with us since 1918 and is famous for its unique mayonnaises, salads, schnitzel and Drahdiwaberl - the perfect accompaniment to your beer.
A brief history:
Rosa Schwaighofer opened a food shop on Wolf-Dietrich Street in 1906. She was helped by her daughter Paula, one of twelve children. During the era of poverty after the First World War, they continued selling food from a wooden bench here at Augustiner Bräu. These desperate times gave birth to things such as aspic, and the legendary ox-muzzle salad that remains popular to this day. The head of the ox was at that time considered as “waste” that could be bought very cheaply. My great aunt took the ox muzzles and turned them into fine ox muzzle salad. This was very difficult and hard work. Frau Natalie Gyöngyösi, wife of the nephew of Paul Schwaighofer, is the fourth generation owner of the business since 1992 and has given it a modern overhaul. Feinkost Schwaighofer was the first permanent stand in the Bräustübl and celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2018.
Mild and spicy sausage mayonnaise, egg mayonnaise, vegetable mayonnaise, freshly prepared Wienerschnitzel using pork, beef or turkey in various sizes, Grandma’s rissoles, delectable roast chicken, fresh salads as well as the especially popular crispy potato Drahdiwaberl!
Augustiner quality award winner: 2015