With the €35 menu you won't find a better level of 3 course French meal in Munich. I went for the oysters this time, which cost an extra €2.50, and my friend went for the Salmon tatare, which both were presented very nicely. Service was good, even-though the restaurant was full except for 3 tables.
For the main we both had the beef paris style, which was cooked in a sauce which left it tender and almost falls apart on your plate. We finished off with the chocolate fondant and the creme bruleé , which are both stable French deserts and an espresso.
The total for the dinner was around €110 for two people with wine, bottle of Crozes Hermitage. and water. They did offer a wine parring menu, but generally I'm wary of these, either they get you drunk or they serve cheaper wines.
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