Kaito Japanese Restaurant
Distance from hotel: 1.3 km
Kaito: Dining on tatami mats und eating like the Japanese. The traditional Japanese restaurant Kaito offers original Far-Eastern cuisine and offers a Japanese cultural experience. Ingredients are purchased fresh on a daily basis and all the chefs are Japanese. You can even book a karaoke room for a popular Japanese experience. Experience a taste of Japan!
Telefon & Fax: 089 5205 94 55
Chopan Afghan Restaurant
Distance from hotel: 1.7 km
Chopan: Afghan restaurant with an oriental lounge. Afghan cuisine is famous for its diversity of spices and fresh ingredients. An aromatic and healthy tea constitutes an enjoyable finish to every meal.
Mangostin Asia Restaurant
Distance from hotel: 4.3 km
The MANGOSTIN ASIAN RESTAURANTS
On May 23, 1990, the Mangostin opened its doors in Munich and surprised the locals with a concept that was new, unique, and enjoyed huge popularity from day one.
Over 156 000 kg of herbs, lemongrass, banana leaves, spices, and fruits such as the famous flower fragrance mango have since been flown in from Thailand for Roland Kuffler’s and Joseph Peter’s Mangostin. For Joseph Peter, the weekly delivery via air freight directly from Bangkok is one of the most important elements for creating authentic dishes and cocktails at the Mangostin.
At least twice a year, he flies to Thailand personally to recruit staff, negotiate delivery agreements, purchase new equipment and maintain business relationships which he has developed during his years in Thailand as a chef for the Bangkok Hilton.
In addition to the approximately 1 620 000 patrons from Munich, international stars, including Carl Lewis (who dines at the Mangostin every time he visits Munich), Elton John (incognito with a wild wig in the Beer Garden), Billy Joel, Tracy Chapman, Professor Christian Bernard, and even a member of the Thai royal family, the son of King Bhumiphol, have been guests at the Mangostin. The Rolling Stones even ordered a huge plate of sushi delivered to their private jet during their Munich concert in 1999: they had heard that the Mangostin had the best sushi in town.
The Mangostin has three restaurants:
Lemon Grass (Thai)
Papa Joe´s Colonial Bar and Restaurant
MANGOSTIN GARDEN …
Munich’s first Asian beer garden with a tropical bar and food served in banana leaves!
Mangostin Highlights and Events:
Asian Cooking School …
Cooking courses by and with Joseph Peter (from sushi to Thai) always make suitable gift ideas!
Originally organized only for regular guests to provide a better understanding of Thai cuisine, the cooking courses have meanwhile become a fixed establishment where even professional cooks obtain advice.
from September through May in the Mangostin Garden (parallel with the cooking courses).
a global panoply of worldly delicacies with approx. 120 dishes in the mix.
>> further information about our Sunday Brunch
Mauro Live Music in the Mangostin
In Papa Joe’s Bar, Mauro pleases the Mangostin guests every evening. He has memorized over 4000 songs, from Eric Clapton to Eros Ramazotti, from Chansons to Soft Rock.
Already for the fourth time, the born Roman is “vacationing” in June from his permanent engagement at the Südtiroler hotel “Rosa Alpina, where he has a solid fan base, to energize the Mangostin guests. Whatever they request, Mauro will play. And the fan base is growing in Munich as well…
Gift certificates for cooking courses, “incentives”, dinner for two, “Sunday Brunch”
Gifts Decor Jewelry available in the MANGOSTIN ASIAN RESTAURANT
Mrs. Claudia Peter – 0173- 98 10 728
Business lunch-Buffet …
The daily noon buffet for composing your own meal from the culinary selections of the Mangostin.
Mangostin Catering Service …
as popular with large international firms as it is with small private garden parties..
The offering at the Mangostin is rounded out with a global wine list, a wok kitchen made in Indonesia which qualifies as the most modern of its kind within Germany, and a menu which offers our guests the full enjoyment of Asian cuisine.
A number of annual food festivals emphasize the liveliness of the restaurant. The guest performance of the Noodle world champion Simon Song is legendary; the “Noodleman” in the Mangostin, the kitchen chef of the “Bangkok Oriental” gave himself the honor 2 weeks ago, or his colleagues from “Raffles”, Singapore, from “Oberoi”, Mumbai (formerly Bombay) or from the “Mata Hari” in Indonesia – all world-renowned hotels which proudly present themselves at the Mangostin.
HIGH SPIRITS ARE PART OF OUR PROGRAM…
MANGOSTIN ASIA RESTAURANTS