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.
Stepping into Atelier's dining room can perhaps be best likened to stepping into an artist's dream studio. Axel Vervoordt, a Belgian art dealer, designed the space, so it is no wonder that the restaurant has the aura of a modern, subterranean studio combined with the elegance of a three-Michelin star restaurant. Of course, the design of the dining room is only part of the reason this restaurant can boast three Michelins and a slew of other accolades. Chef Jan Hartwig is the man behind the exquisitely prepared prix-fixe menu, which has a tendency to chance with the seasons. For those who enjoy sipping while the savor, Atelier employs Sommelier Moritz-Christian Blass, who helps guests select the perfect bottle or bottles to do with their dinner. A private dining room can also be found behind the mobile wall designed by Dirk Vander Eecken for those hoping to rent out a section of the restaurant.
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.
While Dallmayr's desserts and confections are already famous in the city, its fine dining restaurant Alois propelled the reputation even further. The two Michelin starred restaurant is heralded by Chef Christoph Kunz who has worked with greats like Alain Ducasse. Bringing his culinary vision to Munich, the restaurant's menu comprises of craft German and European delicacies. Prix fixe 3 and 4 course menus with wine pairings recommended by renowned sommelier Julien Morlat are the highlight here. The velvet carpets, wooden accents along with photographs and deer head wall mounts add a lovely European touch to the place. Relish the delicious meals of this spectacular culinary establishment.
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.
Rosso Pizza is a small Italian-run pizzeria serving up delicious thin crust pizzas, salads, desserts and coffee along with a pleasant selection of Bavarian beer. Rosso Pizza and Bar offers budget-friendly, delicious Italian pizzas like the Napoli, Bianca, Primavera and more. The open-kitchen means you can watch your pizza being fired while you enjoy your drink. Stop by for a tasty authentic Italian Pizza that won't hurt your pocket.
For an evening of German fun, come down to Wirtshaus Ayingers. This restaurant offers you the best of both worlds: excellent beer, delicious food! Try out the 6 beers-on-tap that change often. The food is more like a prix fixe menu but is a really good selection of authentic German delicacies. The rustic yet elegant wooden decor of the restaurant creates a perfect vibe for a cozy yet exquisite dining experience.
Said by many to be the best Japanese restaurant in Munich, Toshi is certainly a stand out. It serves fresh sushi and sashimi and for prices that won't send you running. Their rolls are delicious, so are the soup and desserts. There are more substantial entrees available, including a sirloin wagyu steak and assorted sushi created specially by the chef. The restaurant also serves a selection of hot and cold sakes, all of which will accompany your meal perfectly. Reservations are highly recommended.
Authentic Japanese cuisine at reasonable rates, makes Kitcho popular among locals and visitors to Munich. Staying true to traditional recipes, this place offers a delightful variety in sushi dishes. Choose from Maki-Sushi (roll), Uramaki-Sushi (reverse roll), Nigiri-Sushi (rice ball topped with spiced fish), Sashimi (sliced fish strips) and Temaki (handmade roll wrapped in seaweed). A variety of sake and shochu (Japanese liquors) are available to make it a complete traditional meal.
Much thought has gone into the design of this elegantly simple restaurant to ensure it runs with a minimum of fuss. The same high quality is to be found in the food, which takes the best aspects from many different world cuisines. The set menus are highly recommended, each one providing a real culinary tour of the globe. Service is top class, being friendly and competent. Alfresco dining is available in summertime.
Located within the swanky Hotel Opera Munchen, Lehel – Bar*Food*Club is a versatile establishment offering up a variety of experiences from a stylish cafe perfect from a business lunch to an after hours club featuring the hottest DJ's. Lehel – Bar*Food*Club offers up a sumptuous selection of meals from Steak Tartar to a delicate Consomme perfect for a light lunch, to hand-crafted cocktails and an extensive wine list. For information on events, or booking a private venue look up their website, or give them a call.