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Food & drinks

Of course you can also eat and drink here. The menu offers a wide variety of food, ensuring hungry explorers can continue on their world tour in culinary style.

And should you just be in the mood for classic French fries after a long walk: no problem. In addition to the restaurants, you’ll also find two snack bars serving snacks from Berlin’s local fare.

Giardino Verde

Beautiful, old bistro chairs made of wood, flanked by a long, open counter, framed by modern architecture: Welcome to the Italian restaurant Giardino Verde. Relax in this ambience and enjoy all the modern interpretations of classic Italian cuisine. Buon appetito!

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Giardino Verde

The Cottage

Fancy some typical English pastries like shortbread and flapjack?

The "Cottage" in the English Garden invites you for a cosy teatime, where you can enjoy traditional tea and coffee specialities and a piece of cake or English pastry in the full splendour of the English landscape garden.

Opening hours/reservations/contact:
The Cottage


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Osmanthus Juice Teahouse

China boasts the world’s oldest tea culture. The carefully celebrated tea ceremony is even called “tea art” in Chinese. So obviously the Chinese Garden in the Gärten der Welt couldn’t come without a teahouse. Here you can choose from some 30 original Chinese tea rarities, and if you are interested in a real Chinese tea ceremony, simply book an appointment. The teahouse also offers a dignified setting for other events.

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Teehaus zum Osmanthussaft

Snack Bar at the Rose Garden and the Water Playground

Yes, the Berlin cuisine is a special, if simple, affair. Those who just don’t want to waste flower-gazing time can quickly grab a bite to eat at one of our two snack bars. Served are curry and bratwurst, as well as vegetarian food. And if you feel the need to recover some of those recently expired calories as efficiently as possible, why not have a summery ice cream for dessert. The snack bars in the so-called Berlin “Schitwedda” remain closed.

Opening Hours Snack Bar at the Rose Garden

daily 10 am to 6 pm - depending on weather conditions (April - October)
closed during winter season (November - March)

Opening Hours Snack Bar at the the Water Playground

daily 9 am to 6 pm - depending on weather conditions (April - October)
closed during winter season (November - March)


Wolke Sieben

The cosy restaurant Wolke Sieben is located in Wolkenhain, the point with the most beautiful view over the Gärten der Welt. Here any foodie will find something to fulfill their heart’s desires: homemade cakes, a variety of delicious soups and caffeine en masse. Enjoy gazing into the sweeping views into the green distance, whilst satisfying your appetite. After refuelling, let the exhibition “Of glacier ice and rubber boots” take you on a geological journey through history. Whether it's mammoths in Marzahn-Hellersdorf, glacier ice at Alexanderplatz or bathing in glacial lakes - learn all about how the Ice Age shaped Kienberg and Berlin in short episodes.

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Wolke Sieben

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Warung Bali

“Warung” is Indonesian and means “small shop”. In Bali, the Warung is a small, often mobile stall for simply-prepared food. The Gärten der Welt Warung Bali takes this idea further to include original Balinese furnishings, allowing you to relax on 40 indoor and 60 patio places, regardless of the weather, and enjoy food inspired by the tropics.

Opening Hours

daily 10 am to 6 pm (March to October)
during winter season only open from 10 am to 4 pm (November to February)

Tsingtao Pavilion

Opposite the Chinese teahouse, nestled in lush, green meadows, you’ll find Tsingtao Pavilion. As with almost all buildings in the Gärten der Welt, the pavilion is an original, typical of the country, which is characterised mainly by its curved, overhanging rafters. The pavilion's terrace serves Chinese specialities. The richest food is best eaten with an original Chinese Tsingtao beer.

Opening Hours

daily 10.30 am to 6 pm (March to Oktober)
closed during winter season (November to February)

Tsingtao Pavillon
Tel: 0179/394 55 64 or 030/81 89 39 67

Café at the Japanese Garden

“Mum/Dad, I want an ice cream!” - accommodate this classic excursion demand in the café at the Japanese Garden. In addition to ice cream sundaes, hearty soups and various cakes are also served there. Relax on the spacious terrace after your long walk through the gardens and let the sun shine on your face. And if clouds try to dampen your spirits, there are also 35 indoor seats.

Opening Hours
daily 10 am to 6 pm - depending on weather conditions (March - October)
closed during winter season (November - February)