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RESTAURANT Tantris

MENU – RESTAURANT (** MICHELIN)

opening hours
Wednesday to Saturday (also open on bank holidays)
Lunch
Noon – 04:00 p.m. (reservations until 01:00 p.m.)
Dinner 06:30 p.m. – midnight (reservations until 08:30 p.m)

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RESTAURANT TANTRIS (** Michelin)

Reservations can be made online three months in advance for a maximum of six persons.
Should you wish to book a table for a later date or more than six persons, please feel free to contact us via e-mail at contact@tantris.de or by phone at +49 89 36 19 59-0.

Allergies and intolerances: Please inform us of any allergies and/or intolerances not later than 48 hours before your reservation.

Dresscode: We appreciate smart attire. We ask gentlemen to wear closed shoes and no shorts.

 

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Tantris DNA

TANTRIS DNA – A la carte RESTAURANT (* MICHELIN)

Saturday to Tuesday
Lunch  Noon – 04:00 p.m. (reservations until 01:00 p.m.)
Dinner 06:30 p.m. – midnight (last reservation 09:00 p.m.)

(also open on bank holidays)

Book here

Reservations can be made online three months in advance for a maximum of six persons.
Should you wish to book a table for a later date or more than six persons, please feel free to contact us via e-mail at contact@tantris.de or by phone at +49 89 36 19 59-0.

Allergies and intolerances: Please inform us of any allergies and/or intolerances not later than 48 hours before your reservation.

Dresscode: We appreciate smart attire. We ask gentlemen to wear closed shoes and no shorts.

 

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Bar Tantris

BAR TANTRIS

Monday till Sunday / open every evening
Monday – Thursday 06:30 p.m. till 01:00 a.m.
Friday + Saturday 06:30 p.m.- 02:00 a.m.
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Reservations can be made online three months in advance for a maximum of four persons.
If you would like to book a table for a later date, please contact us by e-mail at contact@tantris.de or by phone at +49 89 36 19 59-0.

Dresscode: We appreciate smart attire. We ask gentlemen to wear closed shoes and no shorts.

 

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ARCHITECTURE & HISTORY

ARCHITECTURE & HISTORY
1971

Travel and dine

Tantris founder Fritz Eichbauer travelled a great deal. As a developer, he sought inspiration from architects around the world, preferably in the company of his wife Sigrid-Ursula. The young couple's travels in the 1970s were invariably accompanied by culinary excursions.

The Garden Salon

The site where Tantris DNA is now located was briefly home to the band "Los Paraguayos" in the late 1970s. At the time, the nightclub was the place to be to dance to Latin music over pisco sours. However, its doors soon closed in the cold of the Munich winter.
A sushi bar with Japanese guest chefs was initially envisioned to counter the space's tubular character. However, as the planning progressed, it became clear that we wanted to return to our roots with the garden salon concept: It was to be classic, French, à la carte.

The Wine Cellar

Over the past 50 years, wine has increasingly become the focus of culinary attention. Since then, it has also taken on a central role at Tantris. It is now given the same position in terms of space. Where Eckart Witzigmann used to stand at the grill, the wine cellar now shines: under the "eye" in the Tantris restaurant.

The Bar

The Bar Tantris has once again become the focal point of the house. The lamps are reminiscent of Verner Panton's "Spiegel" canteen in Hamburg, built at the same time as Tantris. Here, too, the idea was to reflect on the visions of the future during that period. 


Tantris and Molteni

Tantris has always cooked on Molteni. The legendary gas stoves made to measure by the Molteni company in St. Uze outside Lyon belong to Tantris like the orange tiles in the kitchen. The first Molteni stove served in the Tantris kitchen for 40 years. Once again, the centrepieces in the kitchens of Tantris Maison Culinaire come from Molteni: In both Tantris and Tantris DNA, cooking is done on truffle-black Moltenis.