Maultaschen—translated as a slap in the face—is a south German specialty approximating the spawn of Italian ravioli and Indian samosas—and proportionally large. The Maultaschen Manufaktur produces the delectable dumplings fresh every day. The dish is served in different styles—either fried, in soup or with a typical sour potato salad—and whilst traditionally the morsels are made with meat, for non-carnivores, there’s also a vegetarian version served up.
It’s a spartan interior—all green walls, wooden tables, benches and chairs—but Maultaschen Manufaktur is at it’s best with a Rothaus beer, al fresco in summer. Then if you’re taken by the Maultaschen’s hybrid charms, you can even take the delicacies zu Hause.