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aroma of the wood floating through the air is amazing. The restaurant is like a performance with the head chef directing operations.” The counter seats overlooking the open kitchen are the ideal perch for business travelers who are eating alone. “You might have a business meeting the next day and you don’t know the city, but you love food and cooking, you can sit right there and watch what the kitchen team is doing,” says Heckelmann. “Maybe the chef comes by and gives you something to try and that is what the concept is all about. The chef is opening oysters, chopping steak tartare. You can see the meat go straight from the grill and onto your plate.” Guests are made to feel part of the performance, there is no need to bring a book to the table if eating alone.


Space in the sky


Up on the 12th floor of the hotel is M’Uniqo Rooftop Bar. As well as offering a new perspective – a 360-degree vista of the Munich skyline – there is international Italian cuisine on offer. General manger Heckelmann enthuses that when the bar is buzzing with guests and the DJ is playing, “it could be Singapore, it has a real international, cosmopolitan feeling.” As well as an awesome outward view M’Uniqo’s mirrored ceiling offers a stunning inward view as it makes the already large space look even more inspiring. Amsterdam-based interior design company Concrete, who created the hotel’s unique look, using many local Bavarian elements, were a joy to collaborate with according to Flatow. One of the most important outlets during the pandemic, Hecklemann admits, was the coffee bar and ‘grab-and-go’ offering, Bicicletta. This space, just by the


entrance to the hotel, is decorated with another quirky touch from Concrete – a row of bicycles hanging from the ceiling.


Part of the community Another offering unique to Hyatt and Andaz is self-service, deli style outlet Café M. This is a staff canteen, however it is not just for the staff at the hotel, it is designed to be the staff canteen for all the workers and residents of Schwabinger Tor. Sadly, due to the pandemic this lovely concept could not open initially. “Due to space and distance restrictions, it wasn’t feasible to open it,” explains Hecklemann. “And now, many people from the surrounding office buildings are working from home.” Let us hope that, as life gradually returns to normal, Café M will fulfil its function within the community. Flatow’s focus when selecting equipment for all the


“Focusing on energy costs and energy saving measures are most important for projects in Germany. Thus, the equipment chosen has components to save energy by heat recovery systems for example”


hotel’s F&B outlets was energy saving and sustainability. “Focusing on energy costs and energy saving measures are most important for projects in Germany,” he says. “Thus, the equipment chosen has components to save energy by heat recovery systems for example.” However, when it comes to open kitchens energy


saving also has to look sensational. Flatow’s favorite part of the hotel is the show kitchen with the wood burning stoves despite all the challenges they presented. “I really hope the guests, from the hotel – and the city of Munich – enjoy the show,” he says.


Clockwise from bottom left: The welcome at Bicicletta; kitchen choppers and knives makes an eye- catching display for a meat house


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