Christian Lohse is one of Germany’s most award-winning chefs. Guests to Fischers Fritz are always mesmerised by his exquisite fish and seafood creations.
Awarded with two Michelin- Stars and 17 Gault-Millau points, for his culinary exploits at Fischers Fritz.
He was also awarded a Michelin star plus 16 Gault Millau points whilst working at the “Vier Jahreszeiten” restaurant in the Schlosshotel at Grunewald, and now his own particular version of modern French cuisine is delighting the gourmet guests at FISCHER FRITZ.
Critics from the Michelin guide awarded him two of their much sought-after stars whilst he was head chef at the “Windmühle” in Bad Oeynhausen, and their colleagues from Gault Millau presented him with 18 of their points at the same time.
Other establishments that this virtuoso of sophisticated cuisine has graced with his culinary expertise include renowned restaurants such as the three-star “L’esperance’ in Vezelay in France, where he worked under Marc Meneau, “The Dorchester” in London, where he was also private chef for the Sultan of Brunei, and the “Schwarzer Hahn” restaurant in Deidesheim.
Christian Lohse learned his skills during first hand experience in France where he worked for the two-star “Charles Barrier” restaurant in Tours and the three-star “Guy Savoy” in Paris. His first steps on a highly-successful career were made as an apprentice at the “Jean Pierre Billoux” restaurant in Dijon.