Eating is a kind of food, do not know what you will be a mood, the feeling is you have been eating calories, feeling like a piece of meat on their body.
Even on a rainy Sunday in June, the setting in the Bavarian Alps is surpassed only by the quality of the food, service and the depth of the wine list.
Michelin star quality food and wine list, elegant attentive service, beautiful decor-- a fantastic dining experience.
From the moment we walked in to the moment we left, the entire evening was professional and amazing. We had a five-course menu that also included a small appetiser. The presentation and the service is certainly in keeping with the fact this is a 2-star Michelin restaurant. Even the pralines after dessert were a rare and unique treat with a wonderful and intriguing mix of tastes and ingredients. With a lot of local and seasonal ingredients there was tremendous variety over the courses, from beef tartar to seeteufel fish and mushrooms in leek cream to chicken breast with grilled vegetables, potato gratin and parsley purée with a dessert medley focussing on the in-season strawberries. The commitment to how it looked as well as the taste is the best I've experienced in Europe. With a wine list in the hundreds, you'll find something to your taste. Prices start from about €40 and the sky is the limit, with some bottles over €1,500. It's not cheap, but if you love food and decadence, The Residenz cannot be faulted. It is simply superb.
The food is exceptional, The Chef Mr. Heinz Winkler renommee is not be done, is outstanding. We had 3 dinners there and will come back whenever we have to be in the area. The Maitre D Manuel done a wonderful job as well as the charming young ladies. Very pro. We felt at ease with everyone and the great experience of Mr. Winkler that was capable of serving 3 dinners to us of his only suggestion was fantastic. He worked also in the Beau-Rivage Palace in Lausanne, among others.