Restaurant 44 in Atrium Hotel

In line with chef Carl Grünewald's culinary feel-good concept, the finest dishes are created at Restaurant 44 in the Atrium Hotel (formerly Adagio) in Mainz. This year's special is a trio of pumpkin dishes with pumpkin seed oil, young leek and wood sorrel. Grünewald sources the pumpkin from Weil's Bauernlädchen in Mainz-Finthen. A 2020 Sauvignon Blanc Gutswein dry from the Knewitz winery in Appenheim matches it perfectly. Flugplatzstraße 44, Mainz, Tel.: 06131 4910, www.atrium-mainz.de

In Mainz in Restaurant 44 in the Atrium Hotel, formerly known as Adagio, the finest dishes with a modern touch are created according to chef Carl Grünewald's culinary feel-good concept. In the elegant restaurant with its stylish ambience, guests can choose various creations from small appetites to fancy, multi-course menus.

Pumpkin / preserved, cream & raw / pumpkin seed oil / young leek / wood sorrel

The pumpkin comes from Weil's Bauernlädchen in the Mainz-Finthen district.

Grünewald recommends a 2020 Sauvignon Blanc Gutswein dry from the Knewitz winery in Appenheim to go with it.

Flugplatzstraße 44, Mainz, Tel.: 06131 4910, www.atrium-mainz.de

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Restaurant 44 im Atrium

Flugplatzstraße 44

55126 Mainz

Tel: (0049) 6131 4910

Contact details:

Restaurant 44 im Atrium

Flugplatzstraße 44

55126 Mainz

Tel: (0049) 6131 4910

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