Frau im Mond is a new gastronomy project in Munich that will open permanently as a rooftop location in the Deutsches Museum from June 2022.
Advantageously situated, Frau im Mond is located at Museumsinsel 1, right in the heart of Munich. The restaurant comprises an indoor area of approximately 200 square meters with an additional outdoor area on the roof terrace of the Deutsches Museum of 600 square meters.
The restaurant has a total capacity of 300 seats. Opening hours are daily from 09:00-23:00. Fridays and Saturdays from 09:00-01:00.
The underlying gastronomy concept is based on the principle of sustainability, one of the most important issues of today. Sustainability is implemented holistically at Frau im Mond – from the selection of suppliers to the creation of the menu and the furnishings.
Frau im Mond also focuses on fair prices and aims to make sustainability easily accessible to the general public. In addition to tables for two and four, communal tables for eight to ten people are also provided to promote harmonious interaction among guests.
In addition to a balanced breakfast/brunch, there will also be a lunch and dinner menu. The lunch menu is further complemented by a selection of rotating “bowls” (rice or grain-based salad bowls).
In the afternoon, Frau im Mond offers its guests traditional English “Tea Time,” featuring special teas and petit fours and scones served on etagères.
Visitors as well as employees of the Deutsches Museum can additionally help themselves at a snack counter at any time.
The quality of the ingredients and the traceability of all supply chains are given the highest priority in all the food and beverages offered.
Since Frau Im Mond’s location on the roof terrace of the Deutsches Museum is also uniquely suited for events, a von Event team will be on hand to sell and organize various events.
At least as important as the composition of our drinks was, is and remains for us the composition of the Frau im Mond team. That’s why we want to introduce the people who make sure that a visit to the Woman in the Moon is not forgotten the very next day.
Potatoes, fruits, vegetables from FRUITIQUE (Munich)
Meat from March (Munich)
Ficsh from Crusta Nova (Munich)
Cheese & dairy products from Omnomnon (Munich) / Oi Fra (Munich)
Water from Adelholzener (Bad Adelholzen)
Italian delicatessen from Farnetani
Microgreens from Mingagrees (Munich)
Stews from Bernd Aigner
Printed articles from shirtplus (Oliver Stumhofer)
Printed articles from mymerch (Sebastian Henning)