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Experience French fine dining in Munich with an exquisite selection of wines at Les Deux. The Michelin Star awarded restaurant serves complex layered culinary creations which are inherently French, but come with a dash of Japanese flavors. The cordial staff at this restaurant will be happy to assist you in selecting the right wine from their vast list, so that you can have a highly refined gastronomical experience.
Located in Haidhausen, Chez Fritz Brasserie is a lovely French brasserie which comes as a welcome break to those who wish to surprise their taste buds with something other than Bavarian cuisine. The restaurant is very hip and at any give point you will see the place buzzing with young patrons, enjoying glasses of wine or fresh and frothy beers with delicious French fare. The seating here is absolutely gorgeous, during summers the outside patio is bright and very inviting, and should be explored perfectly. French specialties are their forte and the steak comes highly recommended. The service is friendly and you can rely on servers to help you choose between wines as well as specials. The candle-lit tables during evenings make this place a haunt for young couples.
A long tradition of fine French bistro cooking and a pleasant, unpretentious atmosphere have made this place a firm favorite among Haidhausen's residents. Traditional recipes rather than new creations dominate the menu. Try the fish soup, crème brulée and other French classics. The cuisine is absolutely excellent, as this is one of the best French restaurants in the city.
A bistro-style restaurant, Atelier Gourmet serves French dishes with a modern twist. Ingredients and flavors that are inherently French come together in unique combinations at this restaurant. From mains that combine duck and pomegranate to desserts that are a mix of traditional and inventive, the restaurant strives to push the boundaries of French cuisine. Reservation is recommended as they can accommodate just a limited number of patrons at one time.
Head to Maison Massard for a taste of some tantalizing French food. Claimed to be one of the best restaurants in the city, Maison Massard boasts an impressive track record for keeping its customers happy. Its elegant interiors are peppered with light color tones, works of art and old-school furniture that make it perfect for a quiet intimate meal. Crafted using fresh local ingredients and plated to perfection, the food served here is always a treat to the taste-buds. Do try the signature Fischsuppe, Kürbisrisott and Miesmuscheln, and wash it all down with a fine glass of wine.
It is not often that you find a restaurant with two Michelin stars located in a museum, let alone a BMW museum. Guests at EssZimmer by Käfer are treated to a selection of French haute cuisine dishes that are served in a dining room that looks out over a high-tech space boasting some of BMW's finest model cars. Diners are welcomed to indulge in the prix-fixe menu, or select items from the a la carte menu. Whatever dish or course they choose is sure to be superbly crafted and beautifully presented. The kitchen at this unique establishment is run by chef Bobby Bräuer, who heads up a team of some of Germany's best cooks. Also in house is Frank Glüer, the sommelier who has perfectly curated a selection of wines that can be paired with each menu item. While the eye may be drawn to the shiny cars seen through the windows of the restaurant, it is really the artistically arranged menu items that will linger in your memory.