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Luce d’Oro Reviews

My sister and I are not culinary aficionados, but during our time at Schloss Elmau Retreat, we made the decision to dine at the Luce d’Oro restaurant, which has two Michelin stars. It was a lovely experience with a variety of alternatives – you may select from a four-course dinner to a five-course meal to an eight-course meal. The price of the four-course dinner is 140 euros per person. The service was quite well timed, and the staff were extremely competent. The presentation of each meal is like a work of art, and the ingredients are fresh and taste delicious when combined with the overall flavor of the course. While listening to the detailed description of each dish, anticipation builds, as does the urge to seek out the tastes and components while eating the cuisine. Finally, but certainly not least, there are a few “surprises” thrown in amongst the many culinary courses that have been picked, making for an incredibly enjoyable eating experience.

Cuisine Type: Modern Cuisine, Creative

Specialties:
Languste, Jasminreis, Papaya, Koriander

Wagyu vom Holzkohlegrill, Salzzitrone, Palmherz, Erdartischocke

Asiatisches Drachenauge, Kokosnuss, Pink Pitahaya, roter Shiso

Address: Elmau 2, Krün, 82493, Germany

Phone: +49 8823 180

Website: Luce d’Oro Official Site

Hours: Closed: 12-26 September, 5-12 December, Monday, Tuesday, lunch : Wednesday-Saturday, Sunday

Michelin Stars: 2