By Jan-Henric Buettner

WEISSENHAUS Restaurant Courtier Receives Michelin Star in Record Time



Dear Companists and potential investors,

We are pleased to announce a minor sensation:

Only four months after the opening of our "Courtier" gourmet restaurant in the castle, we are pleased that the Guide Michelin – the international gold standard for restaurant critics – has already awarded the restaurant a star!



This award proves the restaurant's high quality and takes the Courtier and WEISSENHAUS to the first league of restaurants on a national and international level. Moreover, the award will be very helpful to us in terms of marketing and PR. 


The Courtier Team 


We are especially proud that the team led by executive chef Alexander Dehn (in the lower left corner of the picture) and chef de cuisine Hannes Graurock (in the lower right corner of the picture) has received this award as early as 4 months after the opening of the Courtier. Never before has a restaurant received this award earlier.

The award will motivate Alexander, Hannes, and the rest of us to continue what we have started, and it clearly proves that we will succeed as long as we keep working on reaching our goals day after day.


A Small Selection of Courtier Dishes


We are looking forward to establishing WEISSENHAUS Grand Resort & Spa by the Sea as one of the first-rate national and international destinations over the long term.


Best regards from WEISSENHAUS,

Jan Henric Buettner



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