The Auberge de Temple is a special place for culinary delights. Star chef Ludger Helbig and his wife run the restaurant on the Johannesberg. The idyllically situated gourmet restaurant on the Spessarthügel stands for a long tradition that is now being continued in a new guise. One of Ludger Helbig's specialities is the creative spice cuisine, which he offers alongside modern German cuisine. The star chef offers well-composed flavours and uncompromising product quality.
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Since September 2013 he has been the owner of the Auberge de Temple in Johannesberg, where Ludger Helbig is both chief and creative head of the Helbigs Inn. He feels most comfortable at the stove. With passion and skill he conjures up the perfect dish for every palate. Whether down-to-earth or the high art of the great culinary school, both he pursues at the highest level. The top chef was awarded a Michelin star in 2014.
The Auberge de Temple is a special place for culinary delights. Star chef Ludger Helbig and his wife run the restaurant on the Johannesberg. The idyllically situated gourmet restaurant on the Spessart Hill stands for a long tradition. Helbigs Gasthaus follows the tradition of haute cuisine as well as the repertoire of down-to-earth, traditionally handcrafted and excellent regional cuisine.
Ludger Helbig impresses with the quality of his dishes and food, with well thought-out aromas and uncompromising fine-tuning.
In addition to the excellent Michelin-starred cuisine of Helbig's culinary art, the guest will find the accustomed inn quality, an original, creative cuisine that excellently illustrates the joy of cooking fresh preparations and changing seasonal dishes. One of Ludger Helbig's specialties is the creative spice cuisine, which he offers alongside modern German cuisine. The star chef offers well-composed flavours and uncompromising product quality.
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