Restaurant und Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm, Munich

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One of the finest restaurants in Munich, Restaurant und Biergarten am Chinesischen Turm was a gift to the city from Elector Karl Theodor in the 18th century. The Chinese Tower, inspired by Buddhist temples, makes a paradoxical backdrop to the restaurant's more casual beer garden. The beer garden's tables sprawl out under the tower beneath the trees. Hofbraeuhaus is accompanied by sausages, bratwursts, sauerkraut, and beans. You can make reservations at the fine-dining restaurant inside the building, but at the beer garden, just plop down and order up the local brew. Plan a Munich trip in moments using our itinerary builder.
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  • €20 hot dogs and rude service. Extremely bad experience. There are other beer gardens nearby and they are wonderful. Skip this outrageously expensive tourist trap and go to literally any other... 
    €20 hot dogs and rude service. Extremely bad experience. There are other beer gardens nearby and they are wonderful. Skip this outrageously expensive tourist trap and go to literally any other...  more »
  • This is an excellent place to put a fun and tasty exclamation point on a great day in Munich. Situated in the English Garden and just a short walk from the Hilton Munich Park hotel, this Biergarten... 
    This is an excellent place to put a fun and tasty exclamation point on a great day in Munich. Situated in the English Garden and just a short walk from the Hilton Munich Park hotel, this Biergarten...  more »
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  • A disappointment. I’m a tourist and we were going to the beer garden on Sunday night, in Google Maps it said that it was closing at 10.30 pm. But we arrived at 9 pm. and it was already closed. We traveled 40 minutes by public transport to get from the hotel to the beer garden, just for nothing. They told me they were closing just because every day they decide when they want to close, if there is people or not or if they like the weather. However, the weather was still good and there were people, like us. Indignant experience: traveled 40 minutes for nothing. So be careful when you go during the evening/night, also in weekends because they manage opening hours how they want. ——— To reply to your answer: Thanks for your answer. But you also need to understand that for tourists it’s almost impossible to know all the information you just gave me. A good idea would be to put all that in the business description or not to put opening hours (I know it’s possible to leave that space empty because I also have a business).
  • The layout of the self-service area is absolutely terrible, 20 minutes to get a beer? This is a German beer garden apparently, completely mis-managed. Is there nobody in control? Only 2 stars because thankfully there was no really loud band playing. Tourist trap 101. I've lived here for 30 years and will not be going back.

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