In the future, GOLVET's private dining room will be set in the house color copper: Under the motto GOLVET X KPM Berlin, the Berlin star restaurant and KPM Berlin are cooperating with an exclusive Kurland porcelain. An edition of the Kurland tableware with the characteristic classicist relief edge in copper on a black background was created for the GOLVET. Anyone who books the GOLVET Private Dining Room for groups of ten or more people now has the opportunity to eat from the hand-painted KPM Berlin plates and drink their espresso from the matching cups.

The GOLVET restaurant is the culinary flagship of the 40seconds Group. Chef Björn Swanson and his team won their first Michelin star within six months in 2017. The Gault Millau recognized the GOLVET with 16 points. More baroque than ascetic, product-centered and sustainable, but relaxed in its interactions with each other and with guests, GOLVET with its 22-person crew under chef Björn Swanson has established itself as a popular casual fine dining restaurant in Berlin since it opened in May 2017 .

“We are Berliners and feel connected to the tradition that KPM Berlin also stands for, in GOLVET and in our company. That's why we're very happy about this tableware designed exclusively for us and our guests," says Thorsten Schermall, CEO of the 40seconds Group, to which GOLVET belongs.

Just a few kilometers from GOLVET is the historic KPM Berlin factory site. The finest porcelain has been made here for over 250 years, including the special Kurland edition for the GOLVET at Potsdamer Straße 58. 220 individual pieces were hand-painted, packed unbreakable and delivered to the GOLVET on the 8th floor, so that they can be seen in the dimmed light the long wooden table space and porcelain correspond perfectly with each other .

“We build bridges between tradition and modernity in our cuisine,” says Björn Swanson. Internationally conceived but European-focused cuisine on a rock-solid French basis characterize GOLVET's culinary style. So it seems more than fitting that in the Private Dining Room, on the one hand, the view on the horizon falls on the “Goldelse”, the victory column, in the Tiergarten, but on the other hand, between the street sayings of the urban artists from “Notes of” that have been collected and wallpapered on the walls Berlin” is served and eaten.

More information at https://golvet.de/golvet-x-kpm-berlin/