watch meals being cooked in a wok until their mouths water. The
restaurant also features a service counter that is adapted to the physical
size of children. Should you still feel like a dessert after your meal, there
is a bar serving virtually every variant of ice cream right round the
GŁnz Burger [58 ≠ LEGO City]
GŁnz Burger is just the right thing for a brief snack in between. The
name tells you all about the place, for its menu contains hamburgers of
all kinds as well as French fries and cold beverages. Any resemblance
between the name of the restaurant and the location of LEGOLAND
Deutschland is not coincidental but intentional.
In addition, a variety of mobile food stands are distributed around the Park
selling ice cream, beverages, and small snacks.
A note for the editor:
LEGOLAND Deutschland opened at GŁnzburg, Bavaria, on May 17, 2002. In its first
season, this fourth theme park operated by the LEGO Company worldwide was visited by
more than 1.3 million people. On April 12, 2003, the Park will start out on its second
season with new attractions.
For more information, visit our website under www.legoland.de where tickets may be
booked online, or contact us by phone under +49 (0) 8221 700 700.
Marion Moormann, Press and PR Manager
Kristina Krupp, PR Officer
Annette Uhlmann, PR Officer
Phone +49 (0) 8221-700-221