With a glass facade that boasts magnificent views of the palace gardens at Schloss Nymphenburg, Schlosscafé im Palmenhaus is one of Munich’s most beautiful establishments.
It is worth visiting the Palmenhaus just to experience the surroundings: The café is housed in a former hothouse in the gardens at Schloss Nymphenburg (Nymphenburg palace) Maximilian I, the first king of Bavaria, had it built in 1820 along with two further greenhouses, which were the most cutting-edge of their type in Germany at the time.
Thanks to the seven-metre glass façade, Palmenhaus is flooded with light. If the sun is shining, then the terrace is a lovely spot to sit and enjoy the atmosphere of the captivating palace gardens.
When it comes to the menu, the restaurant blends modern cooking with traditional cuisine: Whether you’re here for brunch, a la carte dining, cakes, pastries or speciality coffee, there is plenty to choose from here.
Tip: Combine your visit to Palmenhaus with a stroll around the gardens at Schloss Nymphenburg.
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