About Allresto

Who we are and what we do!

Andreas Reichert is managing director of Allresto since 2018.

Allresto Flughafen München Hotel und Gaststätten GmbH is a 100% subsidiary of Flughafen München GmbH (FMG). It has been providing food and beverage services for people on the go at Munich Airport since 1978, and now operates about 85% of the restaurants, bars and other food service locations in the airport's public and non-public areas.

Besides serving passengers and airport visitors, we also provide a varied menu of tasty and nutritious meals to the employees on the airport campus in our canteens.

And as a hospitality provider, we do more than just serve delicious foods. As the operator of the Hilton Hotel and the municon conference center, we can also offer the right rooms for any occasion.

On request, we can suggest innovative event concepts and will be happy to be your point of contact for successful brand partnerships and licensing or franchise arrangements.

Expect the most from us! We're looking forward to hearing from you.

Our philosophy 

  • Allresto has been a certified provider of organic foods since 2007, authorized to produce organic goods under the provisions of the EU Organic Production Regulation.
  • Hamburger Food Service Award
    Allresto was selected for the most prestigious honor in the food services industry in 2016: the Hamburg Food Services Award. 
  • EMAS certificate
    Allresto's environmental management system is continually improved and updated to comply with the provisions of the European Eco-Management and Audit Scheme (EMAS) Regulation.

As an innovative company at the forefront of the food services industry, we succeed through a combination of tradition and constant improvement. With our mix of franchising, licensing arrangements and our own strong brands, we are an attractive and innovative hospitality provider, ready to usher you and your guests into a world of culinary variety extended from fast food to fine dining.

Our attractive concepts and sophisticated services have consistently earned us top rankings in the Airport Dining category in the annual passenger surveys conducted by the respected London-based Skytrax Institute.

In 2016, finally, Allresto was honored with the prestigious Hamburg Food Services Award – demonstrating our steady progress towards the goal of becoming Europe's most attractive, efficient and sustainable provider of food and beverage services for people on the move. 

Our responsibility

  • Field with plants
    Support for regional agriculture
  • Grain field
    Support for regional agriculture

At Allresto, it means a lot to us that our commitment to a clean environment and sustainable operations is in line with our guests' comfort and wellbeing.

Preparing natural and healthy foods is our top priority. We are therefore working to develop processes to further reduce the already limited use of additives with the ultimate objective of eliminating them entirely. A step in that direction is the inclusion of organic products in all dishes served.

In our purchasing activities, we place equal emphasis on product quality and the involvement of our suppliers in our environmental protection efforts. It is very important to us to promote regional agriculture and to help ensure profitability of regional businesses and regional job security. In the interests of sustainability and environmental protection, we also take "food miles" into account when selecting suppliers.

The environment and sustainability also play a key role in the growth and ongoing development of our catering company. In construction projects, we take special care to specify energy-efficient facilities, appliances and lighting. The quality of wooden furnishings ensures that they last a long time. This makes them an investment that conserves resources in the long run. 

European Broiler Chicken Initiative

European broiler chicken initiative

Allresto is committed to animal welfare. As part of our commitment, we support the European Broiler Chicken Initiative, whose criteria for higher animal welfare standards in chicken fattening will be implemented in our own brands by 2026 at the latest, and our progress will be monitored annually.

Whenever possible, we source chicken meat from suppliers who fully comply with the high requirements of German and European food legislation. These include more space for the birds to move around in the barns, increased investment in a more animal-friendly environment, and a commitment to only breed chickens that grow slowly and therefore take longer to reach adulthood.

During Oktoberfest, we only sell 100% organic "Wiesnhendl" chicken in our "Airbräu" restaurant. Our goal is to work closely with suppliers on the implementation of this policy, in order to raise standards across the industry.

The aim is to advocate for more species-appropriate husbandry and make continuous improvements in this regard. We are currently in close contact with our suppliers and have asked them to provide us with welfare-compliant produce by 2024. In addition to this, we are expanding the range of meat-free chicken alternatives offered to our guests.

You can get more information at www.masthuhn-initiative.de

Raising male chicks

Organisation: "Ein Herz für Hahn und Henne"

By sourcing 100% of our fresh eggs from the "Thanninger Freiheit" Bavarian family farm, which feature the "Ein Herz für Hahn & Henne" label (A Heart for Roosters & Hens), we support the rearing of male chicks.

What does this mean?

At "Thanninger Freiheit", both male and female chicks live on the farm. The birds learn to jump and fly, get preventive vaccinations, have the opportunity to play on raised platforms and perches, and are given various bedding materials. The males are moved to new, larger coops after about 6 weeks. In the meantime, the male chicks have grown into stately roosters who are trusting, do not shy away from humans and have a healthy interest in what is happening on the farm.

The animals live to an average age of approx. 15 weeks and are allowed to live three times longer than in conventional chicken husbandry – and of course, free from antibiotics! The female pullets are then moved to the free-range barn and start laying their first eggs there.

You can get more information at www.thanninger-freiheit.de

Animal welfare - a question of husbandry

Murroc pigs

We give top priority to working with suppliers who care as much as we do about animal welfare, environmental protection and producing the best quality meat.

Allresto is committed to quality produce made regionally throughout the value chain – from farm to fork. Animal welfare is the basic prerequisite for high product quality.

All of our meat products come from Germany, mostly from Bavaria. The animals are reared, fattened, slaughtered and processed exclusively in Germany.

Among other things, we source our "Bavarian Murroc pig" from our butcher, Vinzenmurr. This product is characterised by a distinctive quality and marbled appearance, and is highly prized for its tender and aromatic meat. The pigs grow up exclusively in Bavaria and are raised in lying pens with freshly strewn straw and a generous amount of space. In the open-air barn, the animals can move around to their heart's content.

The responsible and respectful treatment of animals, alongside environmental protection, are key forward-looking concerns for Allresto. For this reason, we have spent years consistently striving to find new ways to improve the way we work.

Our history

  • Seating area in the restaurant at the old Munich-Riem airport
  • Beer garden at the old Munich-Riem airport
  • Bar at the old Munich-Riem airport 
  • Seating area in the restaurant at the old Munich-Riem airport
  • Beer garden at the old Munich-Riem airport

It all started in 1978 when Allresto was established under its former name "Flughafen München Restauration GmbH" (FRG). At that time, around 90 staff were employed at the old Munich-Riem airport location, generating annual sales of approximately 6 million marks.

The company steadily expanded over the years, like the airport itself. With space increasingly at a premium, the entire airport – and, with it, FRG – moved to the current airport location in the Erdinger Moos region to the north-east of Munich in 1992. By that time, FRG's workforce had expanded to 350 employees and annual sales had reached 23 million euros.

But the location and the size of the operation are not the only things that are different today. We have also seen big changes in the guests and especially in the time they have at their disposal. There is a growing trend towards quick meals and beverages. And with those evolving customer expectations, system catering now plays an ever-increasing role alongside conventional fine dining.

To continue growing in the face of the new challenges, FRG was reincorporated in 1999 as Allresto, a 100% subsidiary of Munich Airport: "Allresto Flughafen München Hotel und Gaststätten GmbH".

Today the company has a workforce of approximately 900 employees and operates 48 outlets, comprising around three-quarters of the catering operations at Munich Airport.