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Tantris, Munich

7 Johann-Fichte-Strasse
Germany 80805
Tel: 49 89 361 959 0's insider take:

Not only one of Munich and Bavaria's best restaurants but also one of the best in all of Germany, this place takes the Buddhist notion of spiritual-sensual fusion and translates it into the food arena. Refreshingly unstuffy for a two-Michelin-star place (it has yet to regain the third it held under chef Heinz Winkler), the look is more hip Lower East Side lounge-club than coat-and-tie stiff, more Burmese temple than temple of haute cuisine. There's even a garden to further relax diners, and a new Tantris-lite lounge above the bar, serving finger food and drinks. Austrian-born chef Hans Haas produces surprising flavors in the modern Spanish-infused style: beef cheeks served with leek purée and mixed, salted vegetables; braised salmon in brown butter; and ravioli filled with crayfish, pesto, or pea purée.

Closed Sundays and Mondays.

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