As other reviewers have said before me, Tramin has a relaxed and unstuffy atmosphere with no specific dress code (the waiters wear jeans, so what the heck, anything goes!) However, the food is no slouch.
There is no menu as such, you just choose how many courses you would like to eat and whether or not you would like them to be accompanied by a glass of wine chosen especially to complement the food. While I had the four courses (70 euro) with sparkling water (cheap date!), my partner went the whole hog and had nine courses with seven wines (175 euro) - and a lot of water! The nice surprise on this front was that the water was not overpriced. In total we drank four and a half litres and it came in at around 12 euro.
My four courses comprised two fish, one venison and a desert. However there was also an amuse-bouche and savoury and sweet petit fours thrown in for good measure, plus home-made bread specialities. My partners langoustine I think was the star of the show, and this just one of the starters, although the venison main course was melt-in-your-mouth fabulous.
The waiting staff were exceedingly knowledgeable with regard to the wines, dishes and ingredients, and explained everything in each exquisite creation.
Expect metallic food pearls bursting with flavour, foams, mousses, crumbled dried berries and for good measure, the totally unexpected.
Restaurant decor is minimal, and while the rest rooms have had some serious money spent on them (check out the fabulous hand basins), the dining room is less polished, although I expect that was the aim. As one would anticipate, top quality V&B china and cutlery are used throughout, with a different shaped plate for every course.
I have two slight niggles:
(i) the seats were uncomfortable for a bare-legged lady, with seat cushions comprising a minimalist square of rather itchy felt;
(ii) it was about 35C in Munich and the air-con appeared to be non-existent; we may have been cooler if we had taken the sitting outside option.
Otherwise, I couldn't fault. A must visit if you are lucky enough to be in Munich.