The dining room at Boettner's

Refined Franco-Bavarian cuisine in Munich

Boettner’s, founded in 1901, remains the top restaurant in town, despite its move to a Renaissance palace—though it did pack up its famous old woody interior and refined service and take those along in the move.

Now in its fourth generation of family management, Boettner's inspired international cuisine has gotten a bit lighter but richer touch, mixing seafood and truffles into the general Franco-Bavarian mélange of ingredients and a menu that changes every three to four weeks.

One of the best splurges in town is the Aktionsmenü: A five-course tasting menu, each course paired with a different wine, for €69 per person.

It’ll be difficult, but try to save room for dessert; your taste buds will thank you.


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This article was by Reid Bramblett and last updated in September 2013.
All information was accurate at the time.

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