Genussloft by Nesmuk with Jürgen Kettner

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12.03.2024 | 18.30 Uhr

Nesmuk GmbH & Co. KG
Burgstraße 101
42655 Solingen

Für all jene, die exquisite Kulinarik schätzen, präsentieren wir Ihnen eine weitere Sternstunde in unserer Manufaktur: Ein Abend mit Sternekoch Jürgen Kettner* - Nesmuk Genussbotschafter. .


Auszug des aktuellen Menüs von Jürgen Kettner* und exklusive Signature Dishes aus dem Restaurant Kettner´s Kamota. Detaillierte Informationen folgen.


Genussloft by Nesmuk
mit unserem Respektbotschafter
Jürgen Kettner


The Styrian-born top chef previously cooked with Robin Pietsch and in 2020 opened the restaurant Pietsch by Kettner in Wernigerode, which cooked a Michelin star after 6 months. Gault Millau named Jürgen Kettner one of the young talents in all of Germany.

He completed his training in Essen's 2 ** star restaurant Residence, under the guidance of his current friend and mentor Berthold Bühler. The later stages of his career were Stefan Hermann's Bean&Beluga in Dresden, Victor's Fine Dining by Christian Bau & the Restaurant Schongrün in Bern. At the Esplanade in Saarbrücken, he worked alongside Silio del Fabro as Sous Chef.

After his success in Wernigerode, he was drawn back to Essen in the Ruhr region, where he met Wiebke Meier. Together with her, he is now realizing his dream of owning his own restaurant with Kamota. Wiebke Meier has many years of experience in the management and organization of various restaurant concepts.

Enjoy a top-class menu in the special atmosphere of the Nesmuk Manufaktur and get up close and personal with our Nesmuk Respect Ambassadors. The Genussloft brings together people who care about quality, dialogue and enjoyment.

Experience our
manufactory up close and personal

In addition to an exciting evening in our Genussloft, we offer exclusive insights into the forging process of our damask knives.

From fire welding and forging, hardening, tempering and grinding the hollow grind to assembling the handle. The production of a Nesmuk EXKLUSIV knife takes almost four dozen steps. The result is exceptional sharpness.