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The concept for La Soupe Populaire combines art and the culinary arts: as part of what is known as the Studio House, where changing exhibitions of contemporary art will be shown, La Soupe Populaire enters into a fascinating symbiosis with its environment. Simple vintage furnishings, minimalist table settings, and warm lighting direct the focus to the exhibited artworks in the Studio House and of course to that which is being served. The menu is part of the overall concept – Tim Raue’s creations are inspired by and complimentary to the works being exhibited, with four appetisers, four main courses, and two desserts.
Along with the focus on the essentials, what is special about the dishes is that each course is served on white Urbino porcelain, a design from the 1930s produced by the Royal Porcelain Factory, Berlin (KPM). With this, Time Raue pays tribute to his idea of a ‘people’s cuisine’ which prioritises uncomplicated dishes made from the best, freshest ingredients. The prices for one course run between nine and 22 euros. There will also be ten white and ten red wines on offer, as well as several choice rarities.
Information about the exhibits: boetzowberlin.de
The culinary concept bears the signature of top chef Tim Raue. Born in 1974 in Berlin’s Kreuzberg neighbourhood, Raue initially worked as chef de cuisine at Swissôtel before being named Culinary Director for Adlon Collection in 2008. He opened his Restaurant Tim Raue in Kreuzberg in 2010. He was awarded two Michelin stars as well as nineteen Gault-Millau points for his cuisine’s quality and originality. In addition, he is also responsible for Sra Bua by Tim Raue in Adlon. La Soupe Populaire is his third restaurant in Berlin.
Tim Raue’s longstanding colleague Michael Jäger will be responsible for implementing the culinary ideas. Born in Berlin, he worked with Tim Raue at Swissôtel from 2003 to 2007 and was subsequently chef de cuisine for Adlon Holding’s FELIX ClubRestaurant. This was followed by almost three years as chef de cuisine at Berlin’s Grill Royal plus a year working freelance before the 33-year-old accepted the position as chef de cuisine on Bötzow. Patricia Liebscher is responsible for service. After complete training as a hotel manager at Rocco Forte Hotel de Rome, Liebscher, a Berlin native, subsequently worked in China Club Berlin. Before joining the La Soupe Populaire team she was employed at the Stue Design Hotel.