De Japanske Haver, Broby

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  • This was a great surprise. The gardens are absolutely beautiful, very peaceful and tranquil. Peter did a magnificent job in designing and building this site. The food at the cafe was very good. It was...  more »
  • beautiful and peacefully japanese garden in the countryside of Fyn. Worth a visit, but skip the coffee, its not worth the money. Perhaps the tea is better?  more »
  • We came in past the Japanese Gardens to eat lunch before we should proceed to our main destination, Hørvævs Museum. The garden was beautiful, the store had delicious goods, the chicken was dry as a valuable leather (we asked if it was supposed to be on the thick dry chicken pieces, and the answer was that it was because it was marinated first)-more of the company had a hard time eating the dry nuggets. Sushien was with smoked salmon (?!) and the soup contained breaded vegetables and prawns, where the breadcrumbs of good reasons was dissolved in broth and sailed around like some small blobs. (Maybe the remnants from the day before, the same vegetables was with as an accessory on chicken dishes) It was probably the believed with fish and vegetables. There was little fresh red peppers in the soup. We come from the metropolitan area and part of us eat out regularly. There was a misunderstanding about the garden and the entrance hall, we had prior to the visit, as I have said, informed us via website and tlfsamtale. We tried to talk to the staff about it, we started to tell that we would pay to view the garden, but it was a bad experience for us because we were not prepared for the ... and we thought that we had actually been trying to prepare ourselves for the visit thoroughly. It resulted in the head/gardener came and-in front of the other guests-lifted his voice and the index finger for us, actually both single show and as a small group. This continued out of the store, where we got chewed out once and was taught that he not walked so many hours in the garden without taking care paid for the osvosv We were at last forced to say that we did not have time to talk more about it, for we should run ahead to our next destination. One from the Group was simply so annoyed at being told off that she went without pay for garden, another had not paid for the garden of the restaurant and came quietly to pay for entrance and some bowls in the store. She was told that she would not have to pay for cover charge, probably as an attempt to better the experience for us. We also got to know that the next time we came so we knew what it was we could not really say anything to this, because unfortunately we all had lost the desire to come back. We are managing not to tell about the food when we were there, we had a tight schedule and we did not experience that it was possible to tell safely about his experience. Maybe it's smart if one in the Japanese Gardens gets a handle on the Division of roles. Maybe it is right good for gardens, not necessarily the one to casting in the role of "hospitality"/kundekontakt-person, how to deal with customers/customers who come to one's business with different main purposes, be able to solve the smaller situations, listen to (valuable?) feedback from customers about their experience, and so we will probably not again, the "place" we simply did not bother to risk again. We were laughing in the car afterwards, it must be said-if nothing else-having been an experience. We were all agreed that it was really fun to try the Japanese toilets.
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  • As it goes to restaurant, food was very good, and price as well. Garden was very quiet and relaxing. To gain most of its value guide would be needed, I guess.
  • Best Japanese garden in the entire Dk.
  • Nice garden. Nice atmosphere. The price of 75 USD, however, was what I see as excessive for the size of the garden. Why not 4 stars. Their season tickets to 100kr, however, give more sense but it is the only fruitful if you live nearby. Not really a place kids will appreciate if we have these with in tow;)
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  • Great location, unique atmosphere, balm for body and soul
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  • Nice authentic atmosphere
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