Bavaria Towers, Munich

Absolutely outstanding

At the counter, Asian dishes are freshly prepared in the wok.
Aichinger / Kim Nguyen
At the counter, Asian dishes are freshly prepared in the wok.

In the east of Munich, the Bavaria Towers office complex towers above the roofs of the city. The local caterer Leonardi is responsible for catering for the tenants and aims to impress with premium quality.

Four towers with a height of between 46.1 and 83.6 metres are part of the Bavaria Towers construction project. They were designed by the Spanish star architect duo Nieto Sobejano. A number of top-class tenants have settled on around 62,000 square meters of office space, including companies such as Samsung, Golding Capital Partners and the housing company Bayern Heim. In addition to open, bright office space, the Bavaria Towers offer a modern company restaurant on almost 1,200 square meters, the Campus Casino on the first floor of the Sky Tower and two café bars on the ground floors of the Sky and Star Towers.

Bavaria Towers, Munich: Company catering on three levels

The non-public casino offers a large selection of meals every day at four different themed counters: Pizza & Pasta, Grill & Salad, Wok and Traditional. Each dish is prepared freshly in front of the staff. In the production Leonardi uses regional, market-fresh ingredients for best quality. In principle, it is a counter concept with fresh cuisine, pizza and pasta from their own manufacture, wok Asia, traditional dishes, international cuisine and a salad station.

Leonardi Principles

Leonardi's main focus is on premium quality and in-house production while largely dispensing with convenience. In normal operation, the caterer offers five dishes plus a salad station. Advantage: The salad is prepared according to the customer's wishes (tossed salad). Due to corona restrictions, there are currently three dishes plus salad. "The prices at the POS are the same for all guests. Subsidies are between 20 and 100 percent - depending on the company - and are deducted directly at the checkout," emphasises Johann Stefan Tschemernjak, Managing Director of Leonardi. The caterer pays a turnover-related lease, starting from a certain basic amount.

The two café bars - there is one in each of the towers - offer additional coffee specialities and a selection of snacks and dishes for breakfast, lunch and snack breaks. The selection is large and ranges from sandwiches and sweet baked goods from the in-house manufacture to mueslis and yoghurts in a jar. The snack offer includes pastrami bread, ciabatta tomato mozzarella, homemade bread with different toppings, Parmesan bread, brownies, muffins, tartelettes, Danish pastry and cakes. The desserts and patisserie products on offer are freshly made every day in Leonardi's own factory.

An additional retail shop is to be opened after the Corona crisis and will then offer the employees in the company the opportunity to supply themselves with food outside the traditional opening hours. In principle, the shop is to be operated as an innovative self-service project with alternative products: for example, a menu package including a recipe for cooking at home, bread and pasta, chutneys, jams, syrup - everything from the in-house Leonardi Manufacture.
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