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Michelin stars awarded to restaurants in Munich
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Here’s what we’ve got for you this week:
3 bits of news
17 Munich restaurants received Michelin awards (it’s time for you to try them)
Munich is turning into a foodie’s paradise. This year, Michelin has awarded an impressive 24 stars to 17 different restaurants in the Bavarian capital.
We also now have a restaurant with a three-star chef.
Here is the list of outstanding restaurants that have earned the coveted Michelin stars:
Chef Jan Hartwig holder of the first three star restaurant Jan at Luisenstraße 27 (opened in October 2022)
Chef Anton Gschwendtner - French cuisine served Atelier at Promenadeplatz 2
Chef Max Natmessnig - Alois Dallmayr, Dienerstraße 14
Chef Bobby Bräuer, holder of the longest two star rating, serves modern French cuisine at BMW EssZimmer by Käfer at Olympiapark 1
Chef Benjamin Chmura - serves classic French cuisine at Tantris located in Johann-Fichte-Straße 7
Chef Tohru Nakamura - serves modern contemporary Japanese cuisine Tohru In Der Schreiberei at Burgstraße 5
Chef Tobias Klaas and Chef Markus Klaas - Brothers located at Kurfürstenstraße 31
Chef Rico Birndt at the newly opened Vegetarian restaurant Mural Farmhouse at Gmunder Straße 27
Chef Virginie Protat - Tantris DNA, the sister restaurant to Tantris located Johann-Fichte-Straße 7 (also serves classic French cuisine)
Chef Fabrice Kieffer - Les Deux at Maffeistraße 3a, serves modern French cuisine
Chef Joshua Leise - Mural at Hotterstraße 12, serves dishes with regional ingredients
Chef Sigi Schelling - Werneckhof Sigi Schelling at Werneckstraße 11 serves contemporary French cuisine
Jürgen Wolfsgruber and Johannes Maria Kneip, chefs at Sparkling Bistro at Amalienstraße 79
Chef Dominik Käppeler - Showroom at Lilienstraße 6
Chef Mario Gamba of Acquarello at Mühlbaurstraße 36, serves Italian & Mediterranean cuisine
Chef Florian Berger - Gabelspiel at Zehentbauernstraße 20
Chef Marcel Tauschek/Chef Giovanni Russo - Mountain Hub Gourmet located at the Hilton Munich Airport at Terminalstraße Mitte 20
Let us know if you have been to any of the above restaurants. How many stars do you give them?
Get more information on the above restaurants here.
Any cuisine you think is missing in Munich?
Top prize: Up to €30,000 for a chess tournament
If you are interested in chess, there’s a big tournament happening in Munich and the prize money is a whopping 30,000 Euros.
You can watch the games live, either in person or online as they are streaming it via Twitch. Many top chess players, including Niclas Huschenbeth from Germany have signed up.
There’s also a tournament just for kids and teens.
📅 Thursday, May 25 - Wednesday, June 7, 2023
⏰ 5:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
📍 Various locations
💶 Tickets from 80€ (adults) and 60€ (kids)
Chess lovers can find more information and how to register here.
9 updates affecting expats this April
1. Tax refunds for employees: The home office rebate (Homeoffice-Pauschale) can be claimed indefinitely, whereas previously it was only applicable for 2020-2021. The amount has also increased to 6 Euros per day (from 5 Euros) for days spent working from home, with a total of 210 days per year (up from 120 days) that can be claimed. The maximum amount that can be claimed per year has also doubled from 600 Euros to 1,260 Euros.
2. Presales for the 49-Euro Deutschland Ticket have begun and the tickets will be valid starting May 1
3. Germany bids goodbye to nuclear power due to safety issues
4. Masks no longer mandatory for anyone visiting hospitals and care homes
5. Mobile telephone providers will no longer offer unlimited data for streaming
6. From April, new exam questions will be added to the theoretical driving test
7. Expect significant transport disruptions in North Rhine-Westphalia due to train delays
8. Restrictions on blood donation have been lifted on gay and bisexual men as well as trans women
9. Prices on Microsoft software will increase by as much as 20 percent
Read more in detail here (in English).
2 upcoming events
Pedal into spring deals
The beloved annual Münchner Radlflohmarkt (bicycle flea market) is back. With spring around the corner, now is the perfect time to snag a well-preserved used bicycle.
At this annual flea market the wheels are turning and the deals are burning.
Whether you are looking for a city bike or a bike for your child or a speed racing bike or rugged mountain machine, this market has you covered. There is also something for those with a taste for the classics, you will find vintage bicycles of different types.
The Städtisches Fundbüro (Munich’s official lost and found) will be auctioning off 30 bicycles in the last two time slots.
If you want to practice your cycling we gave some great tips in our previous edition.
📅 Friday, April 15, 2023
⏰ 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
⏰ 1:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. (Auction)
📍 Lilienthalallee 29
You can book your free ticket here.
Get festival ready
The season of festivals, beer and Tracht is upon us.
If you are looking for a Dirndl or Lederhosen for the upcoming Auer Dult or Oktoberfest, there is no better place to find your next outfit than at the 7th annual Trachten Flohmarkt.
At Hofbräukeller, you will get a chance to snag a few gems for your wardrobe. Find rare and luxurious costumes at unbeatable prices.
And as always it is first come first serve.
Make sure you go early so that you don’t miss out on great deals.
📍 Hofbräukeller am Wiener Platz, Innere Wiener Straße 19
📅 Saturday, April 15, 2023
⏰ 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Click the link to get more information.
1 new restaurant/café to try
If you’re in the mood for a sweet treat to go with your afternoon coffee, then Café Jasmin is the perfect spot for you.
It’s cozy and welcoming, with a menu full of delicious dishes - including vegan options, scrumptious cakes and refreshing beverages.
Who needs a time machine when you can sip on your latte while lounging in what feels like a Baroque living room?
And a heads up - this place tends to get pretty busy and they don’t take reservations. But if you’re up for it, it's definitely worth the wait.
They have a lovely 3D plan online if you just want to take a walk around the café without leaving your home.
📍Steinheilstraße 20, 80333 München
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