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Non-residents will probably associate the name Dallmayr with coffee. Locals, however, think first of vol-au-vents, truffles, jam, confectionery and cold meats, and then of coffee. All these displays are enough to make anyone hungry, and the establishment offers you the perfect fix: the two Michelin star restaurant on the first floor, where there is some delicious contemporary fare to sample. If you want something lighter, you can always stop by the cafe-bistro for a coffee and light snacks. Operation hours for the restaurant, retail store and cafe vary.
The Garden Restaurant at the Hotel Bayerischer Hof has transports guests to a surreal, fairy-tale world. With attractive lamps hanging overhead and pristine white tables set out among the lush greenery, the interior adds to the dreamy ambiance. Besides the enchanting atmosphere, the splendid Mediterranean cuisine, complete with a glass of wine, promises to please your senses. The Garden Restaurant is a great place for a dinner with that special someone on a warm summer's night.
Mongolian cuisine, barbecue, a huge non-smoking area, buffet, and a trendy atmosphere are among the trademark features of this restaurant. The expansive range in meat, seafood and vegetable preparations take guests by surprise as the wait staff patiently await your order with a smile. The dessert list is full of delightful options and each item promises a perfect end to your meal.
Try out piping hot dim-sums or dumplings with a filling of pork, beef or vegetables steamed and served with a hot garlicky chilli sauce at Fei Scho. The small and cozy restaurant serves a variety of snacks that are appetizing and a joy for the taste-buds. The Schweinekrustenbraten or roast pork is also worth sampling. The decor is done up in shades of purple and pink and looks classy and comfortable at the same time. Book early for a table because the place tends to get crowded soon.
Sofitel Munich Bayerpost has many wonderful amenities on offer, one of which is the gourmet restaurant, Schwarz & Weiz. The dishes at this eatery are crafted by fusing flavors from France and Bavaria, and the outcome is a menu filled with divine creations. The French influence on typically Bavarian dishes like Polting-style lamb is deliciously evident, and the meal is only complete when paired with a wine from the extensive selection.
To experience delicious South African food, drop by Savanna. The restaurant menu features authentic South African food that is prepared in the traditional way using imported spices and flavoring. All well flavored and cooked to perfection, the grilled items are frequent orders here. For dessert, the Malva Poding is a must order.
Owned by the Irish chef Shane McMahon, this restaurant is a reflection of his passion for culinary creativity, This restaurant guarantees a fantastic European-Asian fare; even the chefs are not aware of what exactly they will whip up until they assess your preferences! There is a lovely terrace, complete with herb garden, where you can enjoy your meal in a quiet atmosphere, and the lounge is the place to head to for some great drinks.
Bringing together the flavors of Germany and Japan, the Geisels Werneckhof is one of the most exquisite restaurants. Headed by Chef Tohru Nakamura, the restaurant boasts two Michelin stars and nineteen Gault Millau points. The prix fixe menus are available in five courses with wine and sake pairings. The restaurant sports an elegant Art Nouveau decor with wooden furnishings and old school chandeliers. A must-try, the restaurant is perfect for those who wish to go on a unique culinary journey.
Tantris, one of the most highly renowned restaurants in town, offers fantastic contemporary international cuisine paired with an excellent wine list. The main room, decorated in red and black, sets a dramatic scene for their enticing cuisine. The philosophy of the house is that food is the basis for happiness, and judging by the delighted faces in the restaurant, their dishes deliver. There is also a terrace and garden room, which are available for functions on Sundays and Mondays. The food consists of set meals and a-la-carte options that one can savor at a leisurely pace.
Confident in their ability to serve you delicious meal capable of satiating diverse palates, Broeding serves a daily changing five- and six-course menu for dinner six days a week. Needless to say, the meals served here are exceedingly well thought out and exquisitely prepared. The cuisine is solid and hearty rather than fine, and features Classic Southern German and Austrian ingredients combined in a novel fashion. There is also an enormous variety of Austrian wines and a special fish menu once a month.