Another example of German rationalism. Salzkruste, which litteraly means “salt crust”, offers dishes cooked… in a salt crust. What a surprise! Well actually a surprise it was. Indeed very few restaurants in Munich offers this quality of cuisine and this creativity for at this price.
For diner you can choose between a fish (45,9€) or a meat (48,9€) three course menu served with home baked bread. The starter is where creativity is expressed at its most: small beef tartar with a spicy chutney and fresh pickles, or spicy prawns and baked goat cheese in our case. As a main you’ll discover the benefit of a salt crust : preserving aromas, gently cooking, and keeping flesh juicy and soft. The fish or the meat do not need anyhting else than some vegetables aside. You can finish with a cheese platter served in good proportions or a refreshing dessert: carrot ice with a elder-flower hint, and a small fluffy cake.
Service was very nice and provinding interesting inputs on the cooking technique, showing you your meal at the exit of the oven, still in crust.
In summer the very nice terrace fills in from 6pm on, prefer booking in advance.
Georgenstraße 45, 80799 München
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