Silberbauers Bistro resides on the cozy Jægersborggade, more specifically in the premises that used to house Manfreds. Now the place's old cooking student Mathias Silberbauer has taken over, and like everything else he explores, he steers directly towards the top.
Talented chef goes back to the beginning
When Manfreds was a new name in Copenhagen's restaurant arena, Mathias Silberbauer was apprenticed as a chef under Christian F. Puglisi, who in addition to Manfreds is also known from Relæ og Bæst. In the years that followed, Silberbauer gained lots of experience from all three places, and when he finally got his apprenticeship, he went abroad to improve himself even more. It resulted in nothing less than a Michelin star at the Pure & V restaurant in Nice. Now he has returned to the premises where it all started:
“I have been proud to have followed Mathias through his successes abroad after he graduated from us. He has always been driven by curiosity and respect for the craft (...) I could not wish for anything better than to pass on the baton to him in Manfred's old premises,” says Christian F. Puglisi.
Dishes inspired by the southern French fish bistro
Mathias Silberbaur goes to cook in his kitchen on Jægersborggade 40 with his time in Nice in mind. In the restaurant, he serves interpretations of dishes from the classic southern French fish bistro and sources all seafood locally.
“In Nice, I did fine dining at the Pure & V restaurant, but my inspiration for my own place will come from everything I ate when I had free time. Fish fried on bone, lobster grilled in the shell, etc. Served in a relaxed atmosphere," says owner Mathias Silberbauer.
Classic wine list with a focus on French wines
In addition to tasty dishes with fresh ingredients, Silberbauers Bistro also has an inviting wine list rooted in Mathias Silberbauers’ passion for good wine. The wine list consists of natural wines, which are mainly French-produced.