In 1978, Gaggenau launched "Der Grillmobil". This design was extraordinary for its time and allowed the chef to griddle, pan cook or sear, even directly onto the heating elements. Today, it has achieved cult status and is a collector's item.
The new Munich flagship showroom emphasises quite literally our Black Forest roots with tree trunks stretching from floor to ceiling. Together with the wooden walls, this creates a soft contrast to the glass and stainless steel of the appliances on display.
"Guests come first, not the stars." Marc Haeberlin’s Auberge de l'Ill is a family run restaurant which has held three Michelin stars for over 60 years. Here, Marc Haeberlin is preparing a family favourite Strawberry Millefeuille.
The Gaggenau Living Kitchen booth treated visitors to a petit café experience: inventive and delicately balanced delicacies to accompany the coffee from the new fully automatic espresso machine. Frank Gabel, the celebrated hatted pâtissier from Pâtisserie Walter and Sweetwork Hand & Mundwerk, is seen adding the final touches to chocolate cake with a cassis fig and chocolate crumble. Frank believes chocolate goes with everything.