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Where To Find The Best Artisanal Desserts In Munich

The charming German city of Munich is famous among travelers for many things. Home to the luxury vehicle maker BMW, the locale is also known for the annual Oktoberfest festival, attracting people from across the globe.

But did you know the destination is often touted as a haven for foodies? Countless spots across the place provide lip-smacking artisanal desserts that serve as a treat for the taste buds. Below are some of the famous sweet spots that shall be on your itinerary next time you plan to visit the city.

  1. True and 12 Handmade Ice CreamIf you are a fan of handmade ice-creams, True and 12 shall be on the brim of your bucket list. The shop is famous for creating authentic ice creams using fresh and natural ingredients, which acts as their major USP. There are, in total, 12 unique flavors offered by the store, each of which is served on delicious cinnamon sugar waffle cones and edible waffle cups. In addition, sweet lovers can enjoy a cup of steaming hot chocolate while at the place.
  2. Götterspeise Chocolaterie & CaféThis place is in the middle of Munich’s lively Glockenbach neighborhood and serves delicious sweet delights. What makes the shop different from its compatriots is the collection of unique pralines, chocolates, and other desserts which will seduce you to indulge in. From exquisite teas to hot chocolates in a variety of flavors along with delicious cakes, the store has unparalleled confectionaries to satiate your taste buds. Also, if you want to pick gifts for your friends and family, unlimited options are available in that category too.
  3. Café & Konditorei Wir Machen CupcakesLocated in the heart of Munich, this cute and small shop has freshly baked delights for all sweet lovers. The place serves cinnamon rolls, brownies, cronuts, macarons, and cake pops made from scratch using the best ingredients. The store also specializes in creating delicious cakes, which are an apt choice for all special occasions. So, next time you are in the city, quickly stop at Wir Machen Cupcakes to enjoy some of the best treats.
  4. Bakeries ZottlThis local bakery chain is famous for offering a variety of desserts at pocket-friendly prices, which makes it popular with foodies. The place serves some of the city’s best fruit slices, cinnamon rolls, mousses, pretzels, cakes, muffins, donuts, croissants, and pastries, making it a hub for sweet lovers. And if you are less of a dessert fan, there is a huge variety of bread, and paninis, that you can enjoy while at the shop.
  5. MaeluMallu café has a string of delectable desserts in their kitty, which can also be helmed as edible works of art. The store serves macarons, pastries, mousses, pralines, and other confectionaries, which will help quench your sweet extravagance in the best possible manner. Apart from this, the café also has a bunch of sandwiches, cappuccino, ginger tea, and pasteles on their menu, which are a must-try for every food lover.
  6. Rischart Café am MarienplatzRischart café is often touted as one of the beloved bakeries in Munich. One of the prime reasons for its popularity is the high-quality and large variety of baked goods. The family-owned shop is now in its fifth generation with over 18 addresses across Munich and witnesses a footfall of eight million customers a year. The café has a wide range of pretzels, bread, cakes, pastries, rolls, and snacks on its menu, making it a favorite of both locals and tourists.

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Aastha Maheshwari
Aastha Maheshwari, Staff Writer for the CEOWORLD magazine. Aastha has a decade of experience as a journalist and editor working for various magazines, newspapers, and digital publications and is now a Staff Writer at The CEOWORLD magazine. She is passionate about disrupting the status quo and unlocking the business value to create sustainable results. She specialized in reporting on both local and world news, as well as interviewing well-known business leaders, senior management executives, investors, and high net worth individuals. She can be reached on email