Hotel F&B done right: Kempinski Hotels shine bright with Michelin-starred restaurants
Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer at Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin
Come take a lip-smacking tour through some of Kempinski’s Michelin-starred restaurants around the world.
Kempinski Hotels is lucky to be able to boast a number of Michelin-starred restaurants in its collection. Located in some of the group’s most stunning hotels around the world, these restaurants bring guests the finest in haute cuisine, all under the umbrella of Kempinski’s stellar hospitality offering.
We take a look at just some of the fine dining options run by Kempinski.
Exquisite F&B at Kempinski
While it is no secret in the hospitality industry that F&B delivery and execution is one of the most challenging parts of the game, it must be acknowledged that some hotels really have it down when it comes to fantastic dining options.
The modern, discerning traveler doesn’t just want to stay in a luxurious hotel, they also want dining options to match. That is why Kempinski has put a heavy focus on providing guests with a range of delectable, gourmet restaurants within its hotels, making them a foodie destination in themselves. From Berlin to Bangkok, culinary finesse abounds at Kempinski.
Star-studded restaurant lineup
Most hotel brands would be delighted to have even one Michelin-starred restaurant under their belt, but Kempinski has no less than four such dining options in their repertoire.
In Berlin, head chef Hendrik Otto stands at the helm of the one-Michelin star Lorenz Adlon Esszimmer restaurant, where the food is drawn from a range of European influences — an appropriate theme for a dining hall that overlooks one of the continent’s most famous landmarks, the Brandenburg Gate. The property is the Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin, and the cote de boeuf is a signature dish that cannot be missed.
Foodies hitting the Austrian capital of Vienna should look no further than the Palais Hansen Kempinski Vienna, where the Edvard Michelin-starred restaurant is located. A recipient of the prestigious star four years running now, the food is inspired by the tastes of the Mediterranean, and has a range of tasting menus for that special occasion.
Bangkok celebrates its famous Thai cuisine with a Michelin-starred restaurant in the Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok, the second Michelin offering by Danish chef Henrik Yde Andersen, who was the brains behind the original Sra Bua by Kiin Kiin restaurant, one of the first Thai restaurants to be awarded a star.
Kempinski Hotel Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps is home to Restaurant Le Ciel, a one-star restaurant brought to life by the genius of chef Ulrich Heimann, who takes classic French food and gives it a contemporary and more local makeover.
The food is best sampled through one of their various tasting menus, and guests can dine while taking in the spectacular panoramas of the mountains that surround the hotel.
Here is a look at other Kempinski projects currently underway around the world:
Kempinski Hotel Almaty
Cabrits Resort Kempinski, Dominica
Kempinski Hotel Nanjing
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