Seasonal thinking, domestic organic products and traditional methods
There are restaurants in Munich that claim to be innovative, and then there are those that actually follow through on words. The Table d’Antonio Salvatore is in the latter category, as demonstrated by the Michelin Star awarded in 2021; each dish seems to shatter the clichés of fine cuisine. Expect combinations of old classics and original and creative dishes: if you’re in Munich, La Table d’Antonio Salvatore is the starred option for a meal that stimulates the mind.
Showcasing influences from both southern Italy and France, the food at La Table d’Antonio Salvatore is decidedly unique and the dishes are captivating to say the least. “New Monegasque” is the label that some would attribute to this restaurant with a strong propensity to the principles of artistic gastronomy. But La Table d’Antonio Salvatore is much more than a simple dining experience. It is a place in which you can host the important moments of your life: where you fall in love, an important business is concluded, a proposal is made… a place where important events are celebrated.
Antonio Salvatore’s art deco space is a playground for the imagination, both in the kitchen and at the table. The splendid and elegant dining room of La Table d’Antonio Salvatore perfectly frames the attractive dishes that arrive at the table. The chef’s artistic flair is used to enhance flavors, and La Table d’Antonio Salvatore is an example of how gastronomic creativity can blend with visual charm. A fun and incredibly well made menu sets the stage for one of the most unique and varied dining experiences the Principality has to offer.
Elegance, sobriety, naturalness, respect and enhancement of local products, and above all organic vegetables are the leitmotifs of the chef’s cuisine which is supported by a network of local producers.
La Table d’Antonio Salvatore press review.