Restaurants in Munich
Michelin star restaurant
One of the most famous restaurants in Germany is the Tantris in Munich-Schwabing, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2011. Big names such as Eckart Witzigmann and Heinz Winkler are inseparably associated with the history of this gourmet temple. Hans Haas has managed the kitchen for 20 years, keeping up a constant standard. The restaurant, furnished by Justis Dahinden and decorated with sculptures by Bruno Weber, counts as a meeting point for gourmets who like to have a colourful, celebrity clientele around them as well as enjoying fine dishes such as lobster and truffles. To see and be seen describes the atmosphere in Tantris.
Landersdorfer & Innenhofer Restaurant
Traditionally furnished, primarily in white with dark furniture and a touch of country house style, is how Landersdorfer & Innenhofer in Munich’s Hacken quarter presents itself. This top category restaurant has a very good reputation and is a guarantee for fine, Alpine inspired cuisine that is not over the top or excessively extravagant. Guests are indulged with generously sized portions and can taste the high quality of the professionally prepared foods and ingredients. Landersdorfer & Innenhofer is one of the good addresses in the Bavarian state capital and is orientated towards guests who like Bavarian and Austrian specialities, cooked in a modern and contemporary way.
Fans of Italian cuisine are pampered in Ristorante Acetaia with fine dishes that can be enjoyed in the art nouveau ambience. Close to the Nymphenburger Schloss, the creations from chef de cuisine Giorgio Maetzke indulge the palate of discerning guests. Exclusive wines originating from elegant Italian wine regions are the perfect accompaniment to classic delicacies. The kitchen’s creativity extends from finely prepared quail roulade to roast salmon in filo pastry. A tempting sweet treat rounds off the meal and an espresso finishes the evening in Ristorante Acetaia. The gourmet choice of dishes and wines is changed every season to retain an element of surprise for fans of fine food.