Built in 1904, this cottage, with its green and white stripes, used to be a ladies’ restroom and was, until recently, no man’s land. Then, in 2011, it metamorphosed into an organic kiosk with a cult following. Since then, it has exuded the casual ambience of a beach café, even though you will find no beaches—only forest and meadows—on the southernmost tip of the English Garden. The Eisbach, where you can surf the waves, rushes nearby, but inside the café, you can order delicious dishes for warming up or cooling off. The selections include Bavarian open sandwiches, soups, and popsicles.