The Austrian-based Wienerwald restaurant chain has offered its signature grilled chicken for
decades. Although you can get other dishes at the Wienerwald branch on the
Von-Brug Strasse in Garmisch, you won't go wrong with a Hendi (as a Hänchen
is called in Viennese dialect).
It pains us to report that the Wienerwald in Garmisch-Partenkirchen has closed since this photo was taken, but others are located in Munich, a handful of smaller Bavarian
cities, and a few other German cities such as Berlin, Stuttgart, Essen,
and Cologne. To check the current location of Wienerwald restaurants in Germany,
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