We were wandering around the Englisher Garden on a lovely, rainy day in May. We knew the Seehaus restaurant was in there but we did not know specifically where. There was not a lot of signage so we just walked around until we happened upon a building. There it was! We went in for a pause and a beer. The waitstaff did not speak too much English and my garbled German from childhood is appalling. But, we ordered a beer and sat in comfort. We could see that there was an extensive outside area but it was not the kind of day for that. We got a kick out of a large group of friends eating dinner with their dog waiting for them. We enjoy seeing dogs in Europe. In the US, people would be offended! We asked one waiter if he could show us on the map where we were. He ran and got another waiter who could understand us better. Sure enough, he pointed out the location on our map and we headed off. Although we only stopped for ein bier, the waitstaff was lovely to us, the restaurant was comfortable, and the rest rooms were clean. We headed off to find a bus stop.
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