includes The Makassar. "We need a break," says the host, Roland Dimpfl. For him and his Partner, Roger Baranda to go to France.Franz Kotteder
a Good two weeks, "then we make a break," says Roland Dimpfl. That sounds unspectacular, as it is. Because on Saturday, 29. May, then once the conclusion with the Makassar, to the proud age of 27. Dimpfl and his Partner Roger Baranda have celebrated here in the three mill road, 25, the French-Creole cuisine. Baranda has brought many recipes from his travels in the Caribbean, the South Pacific and in the Orient, he has worked as a chef on a luxury cruise ship, and two and a half years on the Calypso, the ship of the famous French sea Jacques biologists Cousteau.
In the three-mill road opened Baranda and Dimpfl, in 1992, your Local, the could gather from the beginning until today a solid fan base. For a time, Makassar was not prominent locally, because in 1997, the German film Director Katja von Garnier abschleppte the Hollywood star Brad Pitt there (or Vice versa). The negative side effects of this popularity, the Makassar came around, fortunately, and from then on, it was again primarily for shrimp in sesame coat fried fish balls in a sweet-and-spicy Sauce, and duck breast "Indochine" famous.
Meanwhile, Dimpfl and Baranda have become a little bit tired. "We need a break," says Dimpfl, "we want to spend a few months in France." Munich do you want to return, but by no means the whole of the back. "A small Bar would be nice," says Dimpfl, asked about their plans after the return. The Local three-mill district and take over, but once two young Nuremberg, from the gastronomic concept it is supposed to be a little bit in the direction of the Old Utting, the hip steamer on the bridge, (Makassar, three mill street, 25, phone 77 69 59, every day except Sunday and Monday, 18-1 clock, www.makassar.de).