The Mahjong Roof Garden, tucked away on the rooftop of the Mandarin Oriental Munich, is considered one of the city’s best-kept secrets for exquisite al fresco food and drink. This luxury hotel now attracts guests with a brand new culinary surprise.
The talented chef Michael Cánepa Farfán
From now on, the renowned chef Michael Cánepa Farfán will spoil guests with his delicious creations from his native Peru. He learned his craft in some of the world’s finest restaurants and honed his art at Matsuhisa, which masterfully combines Japanese and Peruvian flavors at Mandarin Oriental Munich.
Exciting menu full of South American delicacies
The Mahjong Roof Garden menu takes guests on an adventurous journey through the history and cuisines of South America. Here you can enjoy incredible dishes with wild boar and deer meat from the Peruvian jungle. Michael Cánepa Farfán also creates fascinating vegetarian and vegan delicacies.
High quality ingredients in Mahjong Roof Garden
The chef pays special attention to the quality of his ingredients, which include grains from the Peruvian and Bolivian highlands, cassava roots, and exotic products such as cocona and charapita, the most expensive chile in the world.
Culinary diversity and breathtaking views
From now on, guests can immerse themselves in the diverse cuisine of Peru on the rooftop of the Mandarin Oriental Munich and at the same time enjoy the spectacular view of the twin towers of the Frauenkirche to the Alpine panorama.
In addition to the mahjong, the luxury hotel invites guests to join Veuve Clicquot in the exciting SOLA Lounge on the rooftop. Here guests can enjoy refreshing drinks in a stylish ambience.
Mahjong Roof Garden for private events
The Mahjong Roof Garden can be reserved for private events via firstname.lastname@example.org. Discover this hidden gem in Munich and experience an unforgettable culinary adventure. The Mandarin Oriental Munich offers five-star luxury in Munich’s picturesque Old Town. The individually designed only 73 rooms and suites in exquisite Asian and European styles are among the most spacious in the city.