I guess it was not bad but with regard to the price, I doubt. It was a new taste. Once is enough for me.
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Ok so you can get schneeballen (snow balls) all over Rothenburg but the gentleman on front of the cafe will actually demonstrate the making of the pastry which was quite fun to what. They also have a very large variety of schneeballen for all taste...More
We stop by Diller's to try Rothenburg's specialty - a schneeballen (snowballs). They are ribbons of dough loosely shaped into balls, deep fried then coated in icing sugar. There are 27 different types. We decide to get a strawberry schneeballen and take it back to...More
The town's signature pastry item is the snowball, a ball of dough with one of many fillings or plain with sugar or a number of icings on it. It is kind of dry, so order a coffee to go with it. Hailing from Eastern PA,...More
It's a giant ball of fried pastry strips coated in any flavor you can imagine - stick to the powdered sugar one - it's the best and not too rich (those chocolate ones were overkill). They are sold all over the town so buy it...More
Come by this place and grab a Schneeballen. Snow balls for English speaking folk. These tasty treats have been original to this area for a long as most locals can remember. They are very tasty from the original with just powdered sugar to the more...More
We noticed this Biscuit which looks like “Muffin Cake” in many shops in Rothenburg. I don’t remember seeing it in any other German town. So, we stopped in this small shop to buy some. It is crunchy and the taste was fairly goods with different...More