Restaurant Tim Raue
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Restaurant Tim Raue information
Now here’s a twin Michelin starred restaurant we can get our mind around. Unstuffy ambience and a reduced design with walnut and Vitra chairs perfectly juxtapose with Raue’s brilliant Asian-inspired plates that each shine the spotlight on a few choice ingredients. His interpretation of Peking duck is a perennial bestseller. Popular at lunchtime too.
The kitchen closes at 1pm for lunch service and 9pm for dinner. Book at least a couple of weeks in advance for dinner.