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Restaurant review

Alois, Munich

München, Bayern, Forum

"Rosina Ostler is a young chef who has a very good command of pronounced flavours and takes great pleasure in combining them"

Restaurant Alois, Munich

"Rosina Ostler is a young chef who is very good at playing with pronounced flavours and takes great pleasure in combining them. Here and there you might get the feeling that things are going too much in one direction (e.g. sweet at the beginning), but the balance of the individual dishes is (almost) always just as good as the overall balance of the menu. It shows a variety of forms and flavours that is not arbitrary, but stringent. With 17 elements, the tension remains at a high level throughout, despite such a long stretch of full-throttle flavours, I don't have the impression of being "shaken" or strained and there isn't a second of boredom. That is a remarkable achievement. In my opinion, the two stars are fully justified. Nevertheless, I have the feeling that a young chef is still relatively at the beginning of her development here. I'm sure some details will develop in the near future, which will perhaps bring one or two little things to the plate in an even more differentiated way and thus make Rosina Ostler's signature even more personal." (Published in May 2024)

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