Giorgio Meatzke’s cucina and Michele Perego’s wine knowledge. The result is a delicious restaurant in a quiete and elegant area. Expect a stylish art niveau setting, with big candelabrums, warm wood panels, and an old school service. The menu is based on carefully selected Italian ingredients, with great attention paid to flavors dependent on aging and patience, in foods ranging from Parmigiano to vinegar. The signature dish is the Ravioli filled with fresh pecorino, butter, marjoram and cherry tomatoes, topped with aceto balsamico tradizionale. A truly tasty and preparation. The secondi always include a selection of three fish specialties, accompany by three meat recipes. The quality of raw materials is high, flavors are balanced and clean, while the service is more than attentive. The wine list is serious business, one of the best-articulated selections of Italian bottles in Munich, with a focus on native grapes, and a large amount of magnums. In good weather, you can eat in the delightful outdoor courtyard. Surgiva Taste & Design Award 2019.