Good patisseries in Munich
Would you like something sweet? We can only recommend these six Munich patisseries to all gourmets.
Rather inconspicuous and unassuming from the outside, a real dream for all fans of really good stuff on the inside: Pâtisserie Amandine in the Westend. It is baked on site in the bakery and patisserie, then sold in the small store next door. And they sell such good things as millefeuilles tartelettes, Viennoiserie au beurre and madeleines. You can also get homemade baguettes and country bread at Pâtisserie Amandine - that alone is worth a visit. So our tip: if you miss France very much, head to Bergmannstraße.
If you're craving cupcakes, macarons, tartes, and chocolates, stop by Patisserie Lehmann. Look forward to a changing assortment in the display. The fine pastries are made fresh every day - no convenience or artificial additives are used. All that counts here is the good taste. And of course the appearance.
Lea Zapf Marktpatisserie
The best thing that could happen to the Viktualienmarkt in terms of patisserie: Lea Zapf's stall! Here, the master confectioner creates small edible works of art - from traditional to unusual - and sometimes a combination of both. From Tuesday to Saturday, Lea awaits you with fine pastries, cakes, coffee and lemonade. Absolute favorite: the Luftikus, a modified form of the cream puff. When it comes to the filling, you'll be spoilt for choice between pistachio, salted caramel or lemon curd. Fortunately, you can't make the wrong choice with Lea, because everything tastes really good.
The owner-managed Maelu in the city center sees itself as a café patisserie and has recently made a name for itself as a place to go for first-class sweets. When you see the many different tartlets, pralines and macarons on display, you might be tempted to pack more. As Maelu is not just a patisserie, but also a café, there are also various hot drinks to take away. Just pop in if you fancy a taste explosion.
Pâtisserie & Café Dukatz
French delicacies are freshly handmade for you every morning at Dukatz. In addition to breakfast, the patisserie is not neglected here either. The display includes Èclairs, pain au chocolat, tarts, mille-feuilles, gâteau au chocolat, petits fours, macarons and much more. If you can't make up your mind, simply take several things with you. After all, who says there's only room for one thing in the dessert stomach?
One French petit to go, please! A visit to Boulangerie Dompierre always feels like a short trip to France. Here you can not only get baked goods such as brioche, croissants or baguettes for breakfast, but also "stomach-clenchers" in the form of Èclairs, chouquettes and tarts. Don't worry - you don't need to take a French course to order.