Innovative cuisine in a glass house: The new e-VITRUM restaurant by Jeunes Restaurateur Mario Pattis is located in the foyer of the Volkswagen Transparent Factory in Dresden. An exciting combination of the high-tech ambience of electric mobility and warm hospitality. On the menu: the finest cuisine made from first-class Saxon raw products. Naturally, the traditional VW Currywurst sausage is a part of the menu. In summer, there is a large outdoor terrace in front of the futuristic building, where guests can enjoy the culinary delights created by chef Pattis.
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For many years now, Mario Pattis has been known as one of the best representatives of creative and innovative top gastronomy. He skilfully processes high-quality regional products into "Pattisian" delicacies. The basis of his success is his classical, profound professional training and his enjoyment of satisfied guests. "My culinary creations want to inspire and convince through the interplay of all human senses", Mario Pattis describes to be his philosophy.
The restaurant offers high-quality and varied culinary creations and interesting variations from first-class Saxon raw products, produced with craftsmanship and experience.
In the show kitchen, guests can look over the shoulder of Mario Pattis and his team, and see exactly how the dishes are being prepared. The menu offers a mixture of innovation and solidity, a fusion of international cuisine with regional accents, interpreted in a modern and witty way. The legendary VW Currywurst from Wolfsburg is also a cult item.
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.
5 course surprise menu with aperitif€128 für 2 Personen
Sit down for an evening of fine dining, and then create your very own dessert with guidance from an expert chef. Start by booking a dinner at one of about 80 JRE—short for Jeunes Restaurateurs—restaurants across Europe, run by an association of young chefs known for using traditional cooking methods to innovate the cuisine of their home countries. After your meal, head behind the scenes to the upscale gastronomy's kitchen, where you'll learn how to prepare a sweet treat.
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