GASTHAUS: got 'kraut?

Louisville's ONLY German Restaurant

Desserts

DESSERT  <— please click here for a downloadable menu

Peach Crumble Cake recipe

Lemon Roll recipe

 

The Gasthaus is known for our dessert. Here are some visual “clues” why that might be the case. Please call for prices 502-899-7177.

3 Comments »

  1. I have been to The Gasthaus several times, but last weekend took the opportunity to enjoy the strawberry napoleon after dinner. This has to be the perfect dessert. It’s loaded with lots of out of this world textures and tastes. I’ve got a significant sweet tooth and have had many many years to sample some awfully fine desserts. I must say with great honesty that this was the BEST dessert I have ever had in my life! You can better believe I will be visiting more often. Congratulations on such fine work. Unfortunately from this point forward, all other desserts will pale in comparison.
    Thank you

    Comment by Tim Gribas | March 26, 2009 | Reply

  2. The cream cheese and chocolate torte was incredible.

    Comment by George West | November 22, 2009 | Reply

  3. Is there any way to order a Bienenstich? We visited your restaurant after Thanksgiving when my mother-in-law was in town and spoke to a woman regarding this dessert. She stated that you sometime have this and I was hoping to be able to bring one back East to NJ for her big party she has every Xmas eve. I would pay in advance if needed. Please reply and let me know. I am also planning on stopping by this week to inquire personally.

    Comment by Michal Partyka | December 13, 2015 | Reply


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