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'''The Siebenbrunn beer garden is ideally located close to the Isar river and Munich's zoo, Tierpark Hellabrunn. The restaurant is an old restored farm house, dating back to the times of the original Siebenbrunn village.'''
The Siebenbrunn restaurant and beer garden
was reopened following a complete renovation and change of leaseholder in 2012 and has quickly become a popular venue amongst the locals. There are about 750 seats sparsely shaded by large trees in the self-serviced area, which makes up the largest part of the beer garden. The serviced area is situated alongside the restaurant building below sun umbrellas.
The current leaseholder, Martin Osterrieder, comes from the region of Franconia and has brought the Franconian food
culture with him, which often has a fuller flavour than other typical Bavarian meals. All meals in the self-serviced and serviced area are prepared using only fresh ingredients. Martin, a cook himself, do not make use of preprocessed ingredients in his kitchen, even the bread is baked on location. The separate restaurant kitchen offers a wider selection of typical Franconian food, such as "Fränkisches Schäufele" (crispy shoulder of pork), baked carp, "Fränkische Bratwörschte" and "Saure Zipfel" (Bratwurst cooked in vinegar).
The kitchen of the self-serviced area offers Bratwurst, Wurstsalat (sliced sausage salad), Schweinsbraten (roast pork), [[Obatzda]] and Hendl. The beer served is [[Spaten]] and a [[Maß]] Hell (lager) costs €6.20 (August 2012).
Unlike most other beer gardens in Munich, Siebenbrunn does not host public viewing during sport events, so those looking for a peaceful Maß during a major football tournament have found their right place.
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