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In the area of Munich which should be called Schuhbeck's Square due to the dominant presence of this celebrity chef (he also has a cooking school, chocolate, wine, and herb and spice shops finely sprinkled around the square), this ice cream parlor is a must for those passing through. Flavors you may never have heard of are available in just one scoop, like the tongue-tingling Mango Chilli or Banana Chocolate, so imagine what delicious flavor combinations you can create with a standard two or three scoops. Seating is limited so a takeaway cone is best. Unfortunately, the shop is closed from December to February.
Cafe Kreutzkamm is known for its yummy cakes and desserts such as Baumkuchen, stollen, nougats, and more. This cafe is equally known for its delicious coffee and is popular amongst locals and tourists alike. Come and visit this confectionery haven with your friends and family, if you are into desserts.
Rischart Cafe has several branches in the city and is quite famous among the locals. The cafe on Marienplatz is located outside the market and is always buzzing with activity. Once you find a seat, delicious pastries and strudels await you. A great treat for anyone who needs a short break, this is a must visit place.
Cafe San Pietro is just off the main tourist square of Munich, Marienplatz and the famous Viktualienmarkt. The atmosphere here is cozy with a rather minimalist decor. The staff is friendly, and more importantly, is rather generous with the portions. The selection of coffee and other hot drinks is impressive, however the showstoppers are the cakes that line the displays of the cafe. Decadent and delicious, these divine creations are every dessert lover's dream come true.
A one-of-a-kind chocolaterie located in the historic and industrious Viktualienmarkt, Beluga offers an irresistible range of chocolates and desserts to soothe your sweet tooth. Apart from hand-made chocolates, delectable tarts, hot brownies, and flavorful ice creams, you can also enjoy a steaming cup of coffee. Made from a few of the best coffee beans of the world such as Arabica and Sidamo, the coffee here is definitely not your average brew. A get together of friends or family calls for a visit to Chocolaterie Beluga, after all, what can go wrong with a cup of coffee and a luscious dessert by your side.
Cafe Luitpold has been an institution for refreshing coffee and snacks since its establishment in 1888. For more than a century this place has remained a favorite of the locals and visitors to the city. In 2009, renowned baker Stephan Meier took over the reins of this place and gave it a new face. Guests have been delighted with the new look, that blended into this historic structure a contemporary feel. Enjoy a cup of coffee along with some cakes and scones in the elegant interiors or on the breezy patio.
Located in Munich's Maxvorstadt area, BallaBeni is a haven for ice cream lovers, offering a great variety of this delicious dessert. A must try here is their chocolate ice cream, that has never disappointed any fan. Rich flavors created with high quality ingredients and the amicable service, will make your visit here a pleasurable one. Nestled amidst universities and various museums, this place is regularly frequented by students and tourists. An ice cream from BallaBeni, will surely make your hot summer day cooler!
Frogis has been delighting families especially little children, with their healthy alternative to ice-creams. A brainchild of Jil Linnemann, this store was established in 2011. Soft and creamy yogurt with a vast variety of toppings ranging from fruits to cookies, are offered here. During the happy hours, guests can enjoy their delicious offerings at a discounted rate. Following the success of this place, another outlet was opened in Maxvorstadt district.
Amalienstrasse Street, that is popular with tourists for abounding in cafes, restaurants and shopping outlets, has a popular addition to its collection, Der verrückte Eismacher. The ice creams served here are of the highest quality. If you are ready to get adventurous with flavors, try out their special varieties: white sausage, red cabbage, walnut arugula and Christmas goose. Located opposite Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, this parlor is a haven for the students. This palor does not accept credit cards, so do keep change in hand while visiting this place.
A neighborhood favorite, Eismeer is the perfect solution to a sweet-tooth. It offers a range of cakes that are made at home, along with a variety of ice-creams and coffee. Visit here for a peaceful time lingering over cups of freshly brewed hot coffee and dollops of colorful gelato. Dip some home-made cakes into the coffee and indulge in the comfort of the meal. There are sandwiches and snacks on offer too that are nibble-worthy. Avail the free Wi-fi service to finish off any pending office work.
Jessas is considered by many to be a trendy ice cream parlor in Munich's Glockenbachviertel district. The range of traditional Italian ice creams, is the highlight of this store. You can also choose from regular flavors: chocolate, strawberry, butterscotch and vanilla. Apart from ice creams, this store also offers its healthy alternative, yogurt. Jessas derived from the Bavarian word meaning Jesus, aims at being a savior for the weary during summertime or a hot afternoon.