In 1803, Erzherzog Johann built the Tiroler Haus, which was originally used as a farmhouse. In 1920, the last royal cow left the building. From 1921 to 1973 it was served as a restaurant known as Tiroler Garten. This Gasthaus Tiroler Garten was restored and rebuilt as recently as 1997. You can find it just by the upper exit of the Schönbrunner zoo, near the Gloriette. The wooden house was built in the old, traditional way. The corners of the wooden walls are fixed together with dovetails. Inside is also all wooden. The waiters serve in leather trousers. It's really comfortable and full of Old World charm. On the menu is soup with Tiroler Knödel and a children's schnitzel; beer is on tap.
- Feature: Child Friendly
- Credit Cards Accepted: visa, mastercard
- Nearest Train: Hietzing