3 Michelin stars since 2005
5 red toques in Gault&Millau
Score of 10+ from Gusto restaurant review site
5 toques from Germany's Grosser Restaurant & Hotel Guide
5 F from FEINSCHMECKER magazine
5 ladles from the Schlemmer Atlas
5 Varta toques
"Mentor Boss" Guide Michelin 2023
"Achiever of the Year" 1998 DER FEINSCHMECKER
"Germany's Most Creative Chef" 2000 BUNTE
"Achiever of the Year" 2004 Schlemmer Atlas
"Chef of the Year" 2005 DER FEINSCHMECKER
"Chef of the Year" 2011 Gusto
"Chef of the Year" 2012 FAZ
"National Hero – Chef of the Year" 2015 CHEF-SACHE
"Industry Innovator" 2015 CHEF-SACHE
"Chef of the Year” 2018 Gault&Millau
"Award for Culinary Art and Hospitality" Les Amis de L'Art de Vivre
Member of the professional association "Traditions & Qualité"
The Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany 2018
Japanese Cuisine Goodwill Ambassador 2019
From Paris to Tokyo
"Our aim is to please guests with what we do." That's the creed at VICTOR’S FINE DINING BY CHRISTIAN BAU – holder of three Michelin stars since 2005.
Let the passionate cuisinier, host and multiple winner of the title Chef of the Year Christian Bau transport you to entirely new culinary horizons – from Paris to Tokyo. His cuisine combines French influences with the taste experiences, techniques and traditions of Japan. This results in an unmistakeable signature and his very own style: bau.stil.Menu Paris - TokioRestaurant flyer
This is where menus become maps of the world. With unique dishes made from exclusive products of the very highest quality, respecting nature and the seasons – classically based, inspired by the Far East, and presented with style and élan.
Fish, seafood, seaweed, in many cases raw: about 85% of the dishes at VICTOR'S FINE DINING are based on creatures from the sea. They are perfectly complemented and accompanied by Nina Mann, Gault&Millau Sommelière of the Year 2020. What drives her: continuing the story of the plate in the glass.MENU 'PARIS – TOKIO'
Orders accepted until 8:00 p.m.
- 7 p.m. – midnight
Orders accepted until 12:45 p.m.
- 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Dogs are unfortunately not allowed in FINE DINING!
"Our aim is to make people happy with what we do." Not only does host and head chef Christian Bau live this sentence every day, but so does the entire team at VICTOR'S FINE DINING. And how do they manage it? It's really quite simple: by being happy themselves.
Every single person gives 100 percent every day – that's why every single individual is so important. Christian Bau also lets his team feel this. Respect and appreciation are important ingredients for passion at the stove and in the service. VICTOR'S FINE DINING also deserves three stars as an employer.
Christian Bau has been head chef and host at VICTOR'S FINE DINING since 1998, when it was still known as Victor's Gourmet-Restaurant Schloss Berg. He gained his first Michelin star during his first year. Just seven years later, Christian Bau had become Germany's youngest 3-star chef in the culinary elite – and he remains there to this day.
After qualifying, he found a great teacher in Harald Wohlfahrt. In the early years of his career, Christian Bau impressed the world with his classic French cuisine. But then, after several trips to Asia, the passionate chef developed his ultimate, unmistakeable style. Christian Bau was one of the first to combine French haute cuisine with Japanese products.
He also successfully pioneered the "Carte blanche" and the concept of the "4 Hands Dinner", in which he cooked side by side with top chefs such as Simon Taxacher, Sergio Herman and Nick Bril as well as his former mentor Harald Wohlfahrt – a real novelty in award-winning gastronomy. Bau's main guiding principle: "Do things with passion or not at all." He stands at the stove every day with joy and passion – and that's dedication you can taste.More about Christian Bau