The Caroussel in Dresden's baroque quarter is one of the most renowned restaurants in the Free State of Saxony. Benjamin Biedlingmaier offers a culinary experience that is set between French classicism and Mediterranean modernity. He focusses on first-class products, while creating colourful, light and playfully arranged plates. Thanks to their collaboration with the famous Meissen Porcelain, Caroussel is one of the first restaurants in the world to offer complete service with the ‘White Gold of Saxony’. All plates, bowls and cups in various forms and sizes belong to the collection ‘Wellenspiel’ of the famous Meissen factory. The excellent and harmonious wine list with a focus on Germany / Saxony completes the culinary experience.
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Benjamin Biedlingmaier was born in the Swabian Jura, where his parents still run an inn. After his culinary training, he works in renowned establishments such as Hotel Traube Tonbach in Baiersbronn, Hotel am Schlossgarten in Stuttgart, Mandarin Oriental in Munich and Schlosshotel Velden on Lake Wörthersee. In 2010, he becomes sous chef at restaurant La Mer on Sylt, which was awarded two Michelin stars. In 2013, Biedlingmaier moves to Dresden to become head chef to the Michelin-starred restaurant Caroussel in Hotel Bülow Palais. In the same year, magazine "Der Feinschmecker" votes him "Ascender of the Year". He further refines his craft and, together with his team, cooks unique dishes based on the classic gourmet cuisine. In 2017, he succeeds in creating a vegetarian version of foie gras, which he adds to the menu as a signature dish.
Sommelier: Jana Schellenberg (Maître & Sommelier)
Team Bülow is responsable for the culinary delights of two restaurants in Hotel Bülow Palais. The gourmet restaurant Caroussel inspires guests and restaurant critics with its product-oriented cuisine of first-class ingredients with a colourful and clear signature. Bülow's bistro offers a light, regional cuisine "for every day" in a seasonal, bourgeois style.
Hotel Bülow Palais is a beautiful, peaceful ten-minute walk away from Dresden's highlights such as the Semper Opera House and the Frauenkirche. While the exterior of the Palais building matches the historical character of Königstrasse, the interior design incorporates Baroque elements into the elegant contemporary style of the building, which also leaves room for modern art. A warm atmosphere awaits you. The 58 elegant rooms & suites leave nothing to be desired.
Guests of the Bülow Palais can discover the beauty of Dresden and its surroundings, within the framework of carefully arranged arrangements. Whether classical concerts, guided tours through the impressive Florence on the Elbe, a visit to the Semper Opera or the famous Christmas market - there is something for everyone. Golf fans can choose from 2 courses on the outskirts of Dresden. On the top floor of the hotel, there is another highlight: the 400 square metre Palais SPA offers relaxation at great heights.
The Saxons are considered to be particularly cheerful, imaginative, polite, smart and successful. The eastern federal state is known for its cultural enjoyment, garden art and wanderlust. And rightly so: there are so many interesting and beautiful cities in the area. Chemnitz is considered to be a textile city and used to be the centre of linen processing. Goethe once taught in the beautiful city of Leipzig. Dresden is the baroque city of culture and is famous for the Zwinger and its Semper Opera. For garden lovers, the Muskauer Park is a "must visit", a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hermann Fürst von Pückler-Muskau designed the English garden and called it "Natur-Malerei" (Nature Painting). Anyone who visits the arrangement of trees, paths, bridges and flower beds will be pleased to confirm this. Those who prefer untamed nature can visit the Erz- and Elstergebirge or the Lausitzer Bergland in the south. Saxony has more than 12 million yearly visitors. Many of whom visit the Elbe Sandstone Mountains with their interesting shapes, known as the "Saxon Switzerland". But also the beautiful Elbe valley, the baroque castle Moritzburg, the Meissen porcelain manufactory, the Lausitz and other places make Saxony a worthwhile travel destination.