The highlight of our Bareiss experience, and an evening sans faute. My daughter and I ate here on one evening of our stay, and as my daughter put it: "there is a rainbow of flavors still on my palate". We chose the 8-course menu.
The décor is traditional, with good attention to detail and very cosy. When dining at this end of the price scale, one expects the dinner to be "THEATER" and the Bareiss did not disappoint. From the array of amuse-bouches presented to begin the meal and tantalize the palate, I knew we would have to carefully pace ourselves. The rhythm of the meal was perfect: everything came when it should, neither too late nor too soon. Varied visual presentations kept the eye amused as the flavors came together like a symphony.
I trusted the sommelier and he did not disappoint, the champagne and 2 wines were a perfect match for the meal.
A perfectly seared milk-fed lamb chop, a popcorn-topped (!) foie gras presentation, a surprising fish course... all was beautiful and impeccable. Not a false note in the whole meal, and more importantly: not a boring one either. The chef came out to greet the guests, and it is very apparent that he is passionate about his art.
Yes, it is pricey--at this level of quality, skill and attention, it is to be expected--but well below what one would pay for similar quality in Paris.
As we say in France: vaut le voyage!
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