Virtuoso Life - January/February 2018 - 60
City to Go
Clockwise from left: Gourmet emporium Dallmayr, Blue Rider works
at Lenbachhaus, and Noh Nee's
Rahmée Wetterich, who owns the
brand with her sister.
Behind the solemn gray exterior of Tantris (Johann-FichteStrasse 7), a two-Michelin-star
restaurant open since 1971, is a
decadent burst of color and creativity, in both the design and the
French- and Swiss-inspired food.
Book a table at lunch for great
value at this Munich institution.
After shopping on Maximilianstrasse, the main retail drag,
settle in for a long Italian meal
at Brenner Grill (Maximilianstrasse 15), a see-and-be-seen
spot that occupies the city's former royal stables. Try the robust
vegetable soup for a great antidote to sausage and pretzels.
V I RT U O S O L I F E
The neighborhood of Lehel is
just a 15-minute walk from the
tourist center, but it feels like
a hidden gem. Visit Pâtisserie
Dukatz (Sankt-Anna-Strasse 11)
for brioche and flaky croissants,
plus German bakery specialties.
Warm up with a cup of rich hot
(Jahnstrasse 30), or browse its
large selection of chocolates
and cocoa powders.
At Café Frischhut (Prälat-ZistlStrasse 8) near the Viktualienmarkt, indulge in Munich's
famous Schmalznudel, a sugary fried cousin to the doughnut, best enjoyed with a cup
SHOP Manufactum (Dienerstrasse
12) "harkens back to a time
when quality and craftsmanship were key," Giordano says.
Browse housewares and clothing, or pick up freshly baked
bread and cheese.
Next door, Dallmayr (Dienerstrasse 14/15), an only-in-Munich