Welcome to taku
Taku, awarded with one Michelin star, welcomes you with a masterpiece of East Asian cuisine! Head chef Mirko Gaul knows how to elicit the finest flavours out of basic Asian recipes by developing his own elegant and genuine interpretation of Asian cuisine.
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Welcome to taku
Get excited about East-Asian cuisine!
With their fusion cuisine, chef Mirko Gaul and his team combine original dishes with creative interpretations of East Asian high cuisine. Originally simple recipes are deconstructed and reinterpreted, but the origins of the individual dishes are clearly recognizable.
At taku, awarded with one Michelin-star for years and 16/20 points at the Gault Millau, Head Chef Mirko Gaul and his team are creating deliciously unique delicacies.
Head-Patissier Fabian Scheithe also works hand in hand with the taku team. He creates the most extraordinary desserts as the perfect finish for every menu.
Additionally, Christoph Gonzalez gladly recommend corresponding wines and are happy to explain the components of the exotic dishes, if you wish.
Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm to 9.30pm (last order at any one time).
Please note that dogs are not permitted at our restaurants.
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Matcha tea ceremony 抹茶
Another taku innovation that Mirko Gaul has introduced after his culinary journey through Asia:
Our new Matcha tea ceremony is now available at taku. Directly prepared at your table! Matcha (jap.: „pulverised tea) consists of finest powder of crushed green tea which is used during the Japanese tea ceremony. This sort of tea has an intense green colour and a mellow sweet flavor.
To produce 300 gramm of Matcha powder, the traditional granit mills usually process the leaves for about an hour. This way of preparation of Matcha was probably developed in the 6th century in China. As used in the traditional East Asian medicine, the tea leaves are dried as medical plants and are milled afterwards.
This type of medicine was traditonally produced in Buddhist abbeys and mainly consumed there. Based on this tradition, the first tea ritual of the Zen and Chan Buddhists emerged.
The taste of genuine matcha is called umami which symbolized the fifth sense of sensation.
Get to know your own umami in a traditional tea ceremony Happening right at your table!
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Chef de Cuisine Mirko Gaul welcomes you at taku, the house of East Asian culinary delights. Mirko Gaul developed his own interpretation of the elegant and delicate East-Asian cuisine.
With their fusion cuisine, chef Mirko Gaul and his team combine original dishes with creative interpretations of East Asian high cuisine. His East Asian cuisine is based on simple recipes while eliciting the finest flavours.