FALCO è il locale in cui Peter Maria Schnurr esprime la propria interpretazione della cucina moderna: la sua cuisine passion légère© è unica, mai scontata e ricca di passione.
Questo chef straordinario, che ha ricevuto una formazione francese classica, è un vero e proprio vulcano di energia. Armato della massima precisione tecnica e abituato a utilizzare solo i migliori prodotti, riesce a trasformare la sua irrefrenabile creatività in pietanze che si possono gustare solo nel suo ristorante. Combinazioni aromatiche inconsuete, esaltate in maniera sapiente nella composizione dei piatti, e la leggerezza conferita da un utilizzo equilibrato della frutta sono gli elementi che rendono unica la cucina di Schnurr. La passione con cui lo chef svolge il proprio lavoro si rispecchia nella sue straordinarie creazioni, che accompagnano gli ospiti in una vera e propria avventura gastronomica e rendono un pasto al FALCO un'esperienza indimenticabile.
In TON : STEINE : SCHERBEN - Foie @ FALCO 2012, ovvero polvere di yogurt con frutti rossi ed estratto di semi di finocchio Schnurr prende ispirazione dal nome del leggendario gruppo rock tedesco, trasformandolo in una pietanza a base di foie gras: il fegato crudo viene marinato sotto forma di porzioni di suono (Ton), che si trasformano in pietre (Steine) per effetto delle maltodestrine aggiunte e vengono infine presentate come scaglie sottilissime (Scherben). Se l'accordo che viene a crearsi con la gelatina di frutti rossi può inizialmente sembrare piuttosto classico, Schnurr crea una forte tensione inserendo un intenso contrappunto rappresentato da gocce di estratto di semi di finocchio. Altrettanto entusiasmante è la sogliola con cotenna di maiale e melograno, crauti in capioca e alloro . Schnurr condisce la sogliola con una cotenna di maiale al peperoncino d’Espelette e aggiunge un interessante gioco agrodolce grazie all'accostamento del melograno ai crauti. In questo modo è possibile assaporare l'abbinamento di pesce e alloro in una luce del tutto nuova, un risultato eccezionale!
© Prof. Dr. Ingo Scheuermann
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