It‘s time again: The Sternefresser‘s Cook Tank will be held in Berlin on Monday 24th October and this year‘s important, culinary topic will be: „Hunters and gatherers – what great products render your cuisine unique and how do you prepare them?“. All of the chefs create and present a new dish at the Cook Tank and subsequently share their cooking techniques, producers, and preparations with each other.
Find more informations HERE.
From 26 september till 02 october we serve a regional menu in cooperation with Mühle Steinmeyer. We always focus on regional products and want to support regional farmers by working with products from Berlin and around. Please reserve your table HERE.
We take a creative time out, so the restaurant is closed between august 15th till august august 30th 2016.
We will welcome you again from august 31th 2016 and looking forward to it.
On july 6th 2016 we welcome our guests to the "Tagesspiegel gourmet menu". Chef Sebastian Frank creates a 5 course menu accompanied by wines of Lisa Bunn from vineyard Lisa Bunn.
This event is already fully booked. We are looking forward to a pleasant evening.
The campaign for donations of Weinladen Schmidt with the regional restaurant trade in favour of Berliner Krebsgesellschaft e. V. (Society against cancer)
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Sebastian Frank has been nominated for "Berlins Master chef 2016" of an independent jury made up of journalists and distinguished representatives of the restaurant industry. Berlin Partner for Business and Technology has celebrated the best chefs in the Berlin-Brandenburg region each year since 1997. Beside Sebastian Frank the following chefs has been nominated as well: Daniel Achilles - Restaurant „Reinstoff“, Matthias Gleiß - „Volt“, Alexander Koppe - Restaurant „SKYKITCHEN“ and Markus Semmler - „Das Restaurant Markus Semmler“. The "Berlin Master Chefs" are then presented at a press conference at the beginning of September.
Our chef Sebastian Frank has also adapted his culinary creations to the new season and is serving you among other delicacies crispy cabbage leaves with aubergine, a celery apple crème with roasted mountain cheese. In good weather our guests are welcome to eat on our terrace entwined by grape vines. We recommend to make an early reservation due to the limited number of seats available.
Click HERE to make a reservation
Sebastian Frank is part of an international master chef symposium „A cuatro manos“ (engl.: with four Hands) in Marbella, Spain.
For this unique event Dani Garcia and Puente Romano Beach Resort & Spa are bringing together 18 Michelin star chefs with a total of 71 awarded stars, from around the world. Between the 18th and 21st of April the Michelin star chefs will cook together to create both national and international dishes. On the opening night, as a tribute to Joël Robuchon, the “Chef of the century” (1989) and “France-s Best Craftsman” (1976), who holds the most Michelin stars – 28 in total. All 18 Michelin star chefs, like Ferran Adrià, Joan Roca, Daniel Humm, Paco Perez, Paco Morales und Dani Garcia will create a unique dinner.
It is by no means a newcomer any more among German restaurant guides and it has now been voted the second most important guide in Germany behind the Michelin Guide in a survey.
This year we earned 9 pans and we are also very happy for Sebastian Frank who was named "Chef of the Year".
We are especially pleased this year to be upgraded in the Michelin Guide - the 2nd star now shines above Horváth on Paul-Lincke-Ufer. Michelin's inspectors commented as follows on Sebastian Frank's cuisine:
There has been significant progress, the expressive combinations are particularly interesting, and the very personal touch is nice. This is one of the most exciting cuisines in Berlin!
This year we were also able to defend our 3rd hat and are pleased again at being awarded 17 points in this year's edition of Gault&Millau Germany:
"The Austrian Sebastian Frank remains one of the boldest among German chefs - and unsurpassed as an umami detective."