Christian Bau – The Gourmet Vision

What is a vision? Apart from its medical meaning it could be a long-term goal (in management – where does my company want to be in 10 years?), an inspirational experience (in spiritual terms) or a hallucination (a vivid conscious perception in the absence of a stimulus).

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Perfect Christian Bau?

After a couple of meals last year at Christian Bau’s Schloss Berg I followed Trine’s example of taking a break to see how the cuisine develops over some time. But, sooner that I thought the idea came up to show very good friends of mine real three star cooking and somehow Schloss Berg appeared as the perfect venue (honi soit qui mal y pense…)

The interior of the restaurant has been completely refurbished in January while they were closed and now really fits to the more contemporary and modern cuisine of Christian Bau. I particularly liked the new chairs which had been exclusively made for the restaurant. You can exit without having to move the chair by just turning the upper part… Very comfortable…

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A Reflection of Bau's Cuisine

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Happy New Year!

After a year of wonderful and less wonderful meals, it is time to lean back and share some thoughts after, well, after a short night full of delicious food, delicious wines and nice company. We ended the event by having some delicious “Berliner” which are jam-filled doughnuts traditionally eaten at NYE and around Karneval (Mardi Gras) – taking this simple shot took me so long that I cannot publish on Jan 1, grrr…

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Short Bite: New German Cuisine?

Is any press good press? Hard to say…

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Christian Bau – Continuous Evolution to the Absolute Top (August 2008)

Looking back, I always had great dinners at Schloss Berg but my recent experience clearly exceeded my high expectations by far. All in all, previously it was a classic french cuisine ingeniously delivered, beautifully assembled with an emphasis on creating a unique broad flavourful picture. In January this year we still had some variations (of langoustine, foie) which had been delicious but sometimes too complex and overloaded. What a difference now…

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