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Elegant and intimate Michelin-starred dining

At Reinstoff, traditional haute cuisine staples are forgone for under-the-radar delicacies, such as weeverfish, Maraena whitefish and wels catfish. Meaning “pure substance”, Reinstoff opened in early 2009 and earned its first Michelin star by the end of the year, followed by a second in 2011. Chef Daniel Achilles spends hours dreaming up new creations in his small subterranean kitchen, while in the dining room, an industrial design complete with bricks and pipes takes from the restaurant’s location at the historic Edison Höfe, where Germany’s first lightbulbs were manufactured. 


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