Since May 2013 Benjamin Biedlingmaier is appointed as the new Head Chef at the Bülow establishment.... read more
Since May 2013 Benjamin Biedlingmaier is appointed as the new Head Chef at the Bülow establishment. With their exquisitely light, contemporary cuisine he and his team continue the commitment to be the top dining address in Dresden. The interior enchants with soft hues of apricot and subtle green accents, creating a welcoming and fresh ambiance. Comfortable chairs, Dresden China chandeliers and blonde wood come together with ease and elegance. The ‘Caroussel’ can seat up to 50 diners.
Awards & merits:
- 1 Michelin Star
- 17 points in the 2014 Gault Millau
- Benjamin Biedlingmaier is the 'Newcomer 2013' in gourmet journal 'Der Feinschmecker'
- 2,5 F in Feinschmecker
- 3 Spoons in Schlemmeratlas
- 4 Toques in the Restaurant & Hotel Guide
- 4 Diamonds in the Varta Guide
Tuesday to Saturday from 6.30pm.
Head Chef Benjamin Biedlingmaier
Benjamin’s career has led him to the Traube Tonbach hotel (Silberberg restaurant), the Schlossgarten Hotel in Stuttgart, the Mandarin Oriental in Munich, Schloss Velden hotel at Wörthersee and the team opening “La Mer” restaurant at the Grand Spa Resort A-rosa on Sylt that already gained a second Michelin star in the third year after its opening. Benjamin’s last position was Deputy Head Chef here.
The 29 years old Benjamin Biedlingmaier confirms the Michelin star for the Caroussel as the youngest star chef in Saxony. He is awarded with 17 points by the Gault & Millau. He won the competition "Newcomer of the Year 2013" by the culinary magazine Der Feinschmecker, which is a vote by the guests.
Restaurant Manager Sarah Leuwer
One era comes to an end; a new era begins. For many years, Antje Kirsch as maître d' was the face and good spirit of the Caroussel Restaurant. Germany's Head Waiter of the Year 2014 (Gault&Millau) is now leaving the house and hands over a superb legacy. The Caroussel has regularly been awarded top marks not only for the cuisine but also for the service. This is the legacy now being taken over by Sarah Leuwer.
For the 28-year-old this is a significant move. She takes on responsibility for one of the top gourmet addresses in Saxony.
Sarah Leuwer trained with us in the Bülow Residenz and for several years thereafter she was at the Kempinski Taschenbergpalais. She returned to the Bülow Hotels as Bistro manager in 2014. With her appointment as Restaurant manager, there has now been a change of generations in the front of the house as well. Benjamin Biedlingmaier, who is one of Germany's youngest starred chefs, has already been at work in the kitchen since 2013.