This restaurant with café offers an exceptional historical ambience: the Tempelgarten (“Temple Garden”) was built in the style of Arabic architecture by order of the Prussian Crown Prince Frederick (King Frederick II) in 1732. Commissioned in the 19th century by the Gentz family – a merchant family – the architect Carl von Diebitsch designed the villa, the gardener’s house, the entrance gates, the stylised watchtower as a minaret and the surrounding wall. The original interior decoration in oriental style gives the restaurant its unique charm.
Selected seasonal specialities as well as dishes with meat and fish are served in the historic, light-flooded dining areas. Home-made cakes are served with coffee and tea in the café. During your meal you can enjoy the view of the park at Gentz Villa, also in the Magnoliensaal with 100 seats, in the Gentzstube with 30 seats and in particular in the conservatory with 25 seats. In the warm season you can enjoy the view of the blossoming Temple Garden from the attractive garden terrace.