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By webadmin | December 11 2008
Berlin – The Guide Michelin awarded its Michelin Stars to three restaurants at the Adlon Hotel in Berlin: the classic French Gourmet Restaurant Lorenz Adlon, the Restaurant MA Tim Raue, which provides Chinese cuisine, and the Restaurant Gabriele, the Italian living room of Berlin.
The Gourmet Restaurant Lorenz Adlon at the Hotel Adlon Kempinski Berlin and its chef de cuisine Thomas Neeser along with his team have been awarded the Michelin Star for the sixth consecutive year. This outstanding award is a tribute to the consistent and exquisite cuisine in the French style and the culinary delights of an haute cuisine intricately prepared and brought to perfection by the star-winning chef and the entire staff at the Gourmet Restaurant on the Bel Etage.
Thomas Neeser distinguished gourmet critics also refer to him as the quiet magicianwas appointed sous-chef at the Lorenz Adlon in 2000 and has been chef de cuisine there since 2002. Neeser emphasizes: We have been true to our principles from the very beginning and owing to our highly-motivated kitchen staff we have always been able to create superb food of the highest quality. I am very happy that the Guide Michelin has once again acknowledged this unvarying effort.
Only five months after the opening of the MA Restaurant comprising the MA Tim Raue, the uma and the Shochu Bar, Tim Raue earned the first Michelin Star, Moreover, Raues wife Marie-Anne has been named the Gault Millaus Head Waitress of the Year.
Italian Gourmet Restaurant Gabriele and chef de cuisine Bjrn Alexander Panek and his team earned one Michelin-Star. For Panek and his team this award is an exceptional gastronomic achievement, given that the Westfalian-born chef only took charge of the kitchen in March of this year.