Bobby Bräuer is the new star in Munich’s gourmet heaven. In the space of just three years, the chef at the luxurious and cosy restaurant EssZimmer has been awarded two stars by the prestigious Michelin guide. Bräuer presents sophisticated French cuisine at the highest levels, with Mediterranean and regional influences. After a first class dinner, guests can choose to be accompanied in one of the restaurant’s sleek BMW limousines.
LUXOS Recommends: Wine by the glass, chosen by sommelier Frank Glüer.
Next to the famous food market Viktualienmarkt, Tian invites its guests to enjoy a wonderful meat-free experience. In Munich’s first vegetarian gourmet restaurant, chef de cuisine Christoph Mezger presents complex culinary creations consisting of biological and sustainable ingredients. The famous food guide Gault&Millau has awarded Mezger 14 points and one toque. The elegant, cleanly-designed location and a remarkable wine list are two more highlights accompanying a delightful vegetarian dinner at the highest levels.
LUXOS Recommends: The 5-course Tian Delight lunch menu with especially light cuisine.
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Located in the attractive Wittelsbacher square, dominated by the bronze equestrian statue of Elector Maximilian I, Koi presents two culinary concepts. At lunchtime, you can select individual dishes of meat, fish and shellfish from the Robatayaki Grill, accompanied by exotic and spicy vegetables. In the evening, an Izakaya Japanese tapas menu is served in a stylish, relaxed setting with lounge music.
LUXOS Recommends: Exclusive Wagyu steaks.