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Marc | Oct 18, 2006 12:32 PM

Prinz, a lifestyle magazine, just published it's 2007 issue with the "500-list" of Munich restaurants. The ratings are obviously based on personal experience and not necessarily reproducible. Furthermore the 5 gourmet restaurants like Tantris are mentioned as "Top 5", but not individually rated.
Although I personally do not agree with everything, the comments on the restaurants in general are very acceptable and helpful.
The winners are
Asian: Mangostin, Maria Einsiedel Strasse. 2, 5/5 (Cuisine/Atmoshpere points)
Vietneamese: Cyclo, Theresienstrasse 70, 5/5
Thay: Yum, Utzschneider Strasse 6, 5/4
Japanese: Shoya, Ehrengutstrasse 27, 5/5
Bavarian: Wirtshaus in der Au, Lilienstrasse 51, 5/5
Fish: Jean de St. Malo, Holzstrasse 25, 5/5
French: Barestovino, Thierschstrasse. 35, 4/5
Greek: Kytaro, Königinstrasse 34, 5/5
Indian: Shalimar, Morassistrasse 16, 5/5
International (fusion): Nektar, Stubenvollstrasse 1, 5/5
Italian: Degustini, Kapuzinerstrasse 25, 5/4
Latin/Caribbean: Fouquets, Nordentstrasse 10, 5/5
Spanish: Centro Espanol, Daiserstrasse 24, 5/5
Vegetarian: Kaede, Sommerstrasse 41, 5/4
Late Dinner: Cosmogrill, Maximilianstrasse 10, 5/5

There are others with a 5/5 rating without becoming "winner" like Kleinschmidtz, Fraunhoferstrasse 13 or Rubico, Klenzestrasse 62.
The otherwise highly rated Schneiderweisse only made a disappointing 2/4.

The magazine can be purchased at most newsstands for 4.95

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