'''The beer garden
of the Truderinger Wirtshaus is located in the urban district of Trudering, less than ten kilometres east of Munich's city centre.'''
The charming beer garden which is almost totally shaded by large chestnut trees is not too big or too small. Although there is no self-service food stall, guests are welcome to unwrap their own food on one of the 11 traditional beer garden benches with place for about 120 guests. Drinks and meals can be ordered with the waitress. The menu offers a wide selection of Bavarian meals. A specialty are the three types of [[Obatzda]]: traditional, with rucola or with chilli. Beer lovers can choose between five different beers: [[Augustiner]], [[Unertl]], Bitburger Pils, Duckstein and Forsting Dunkel. A [[Maß]] Augustiner Hell (lager) costs €6.20 (August 2012). The dark [[Weißbier]] (wheat beer) from Unertl comes straight from the barrel, a rarity in Munich! Just around the corner from the beer garden is the Riemer Park, a well-visited recreational area, which includes the highly popular Riemer Lake. A bike ride from the lake to the beer garden takes less than ten minutes.
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