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Due to its location, Muffatwerk beer garden attracts mainly a young crowd. The quite new beer garden (opened in 2010) has about 400 seats in the self-serviced area, of which 100 are below a marquee. The food stalls offer exclusively ecological food with meat bought at [http://www.herrmannsdorfer.de Herrmannsdorfer], a farm with a butchery 30 kilometres southeast of Munich. The Muffatwerk kitchen combines traditional beer garden meals such as [[Obatzda]] and [[Wurstsalat]] (sliced sausage salad) with Mediterranean meals. A highlight of the menu is the Lachsforelle (trout) from the Aumühle fish farm prepard in a herbal crust. Every Sunday guests can enjoy a Sunday roast for lunch. All warm meals are freshly prepared at the time of order.
The beer served is [[Hofbräu]] and a Maß Hell (lager) straight from the barrel costs €7.
00 ( April 2013). The beer garden also offers a naturally cloudy Ökobier (ecological beer) from [[Lammsbräu]].
Beer garden guests can combine their visit with a swim at the neighbouring Müllersche Volksbad. Built in 1900, this indoor swimming pool still shows the Jugendstil architecture in its original beauty.