In Munich for still another exhibition, we needed a local bistro to entertain a guest from France, and we wanted something special. The usual tourist trap restaurants simply would not do. The answer? The concierge at the Hilton gave Atelier Gourmet as his first and strongest recommendation and he was absolutely right.
We had a delightful meal in a cozy room off the beaten path but not hard to find; great conversation, tasty wine, super deserts and we impressed the heck out of our special visitor with our knowledge of local Munich restaurants. What more can you ask from a business dinner?
There are two french restaurants on Rablestrasse; be careful you walk into the right one. Once seated in the small dining room (maybe 15 tables?) the staff brings a large plaque with the days menu. If I remember correctly, there were 8-9 choices on the menu. Everything is fresh, local and prepared with real talent.
I must challenge "Elian382" with his "very average" rating. At least in our experience, the menu included a good range of offerings; items like bread and water came generously, and the side dishes of potatoes and such blended perfectly with the entrees we ordered. (Besides, fois gras is very 20th century.)
We had two wines with dinner; they were smooth recommendations that complimented the meals nicely. The deserts were delicacies, and I'm not a fellow who enjoys a lot of sweets. Next time I'm in Munich, I definitely will go back.
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