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Munich’s most famed gastronomic pilgrimage site has been awarded a Michelin star every year for more than 40 years, and if you are deep-pocketed foodie, you should reserve your table now. This is a show spot, designed by an architect with a retro-70s interior. You will be in the hands of professionals throughout your meal, and can expect smooth, fluid, fluent service from beginning to end. The cuisine created by Chef Hans Haas changes seasonally (and daily) and is outstanding in terms of freshness, subtlety of taste and presentation. The multi-course tasting menus are the best way to sample the culinary magic of Tantris. On a tasting menu you might find Crustacean variations with curry cream, saddle of venison with red cabbage and mushrooms, turbot with bean ravioli, and banana-chocolate cake with sour cream. The excellent sommelier can recommend the perfect wine accompaniment to each dish (wine pairings are not included in the prices listed below). Your dining experience will be unforgettable, but do be prepared to pay a small fortune for it. Note: Tantris is in a slightly out-of-the-way spot so you’ll need to take a taxi to get there.