Culinary excellence at 2 Michelin starred Tantris Maison Culinaire in Munich, a family business that’s been shaping German gastronomy scene since 1971.
The listed, iconic Bauhaus building, owned by the power couple Sabine and Felix Eichbauer, has recently undergone renovations while preserving its original style both inside and out. Upon passing the mythical stone dragons at the entrance and entering the building, you truly feel transported back to the 70s. The bright orange lamps are original, while the red glass artwork at the entrance, depicting an interior scene is new. It was created by the legendary glass and mosaic manufacturer Mayer’sche Hofkunstanstalt. (Owned by the same family since 1870.)
Since its reopening, Tantris has embraced a distinct French direction, reflecting not only in its culinary offerings but also in its extensive wine collection. The passionate owners, who also happen to own a vineyard in Tuscany Salicutti, have shifted their focus primarily to French and European wines, leveraging their direct relationships with the producers.
The kitchen is helmed by Ben Chmura , a young German chef, and Maxime Rebmann, a French pastry chef, both of whom have worked in esteemed French establishments like Maison Troisgros.