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What a great place! The staff are so friendly and the black forest cake is a must. I am not a big sweets person but I could of had a second piece. We had our bags with us as we were traveling by train, the...More
Nice little cafe, with good choice of deserts at the counter. Just around the counter is the main cafe, which serves THE Black Forest Gateau. Very rich in alcohol but beautiful. Friendly staff and good prices.
It is a small cafe style locale. We had a small lunch and ate the famous Black Forest Gateau. The lunch part was not very elaborate but the showstopper was the cake (which was why we went there in the first place). We went back...More
The location is no fancy Cafe but the cakes we had were 1st class!!! The cake was fluffy, light, perfectly sweetened (not too much not too less), the cherry's gel so delicious! With love made!!! The second cake we had was also very good.. Can...More
You have to drive far and search for Cafe Schaefer. However in the heart or Triberg is the tiny bakery that started it all. Nothing fancy. You may have to wait for a table. But it is worth it.
They will continue to make fresh...More
I could only post such a harsh review since it was utterly terrible. Having read quite a few reviews we were all so excited to try their cake but what a disappointment it was. If this really was the original recipe (as they so call...More
Visiting the Triberg waterfall, we thought we would walk down into town to the café that developed the original black forest cherry cake. It was worth it as the cake was absolutely delicious - plump cherries soaked in kirsch (I even wondered if I should...More
I went to Triberg to see one of Germany's tallest waterfall and stumbled on this find. We were fortunate because we had just finished when a coach load of people turned up. The demand for this authentic taste of the Black Forest Gateau meant you...More
The alcohol is added to the cake while making it. That is how I make mine. The original recipe does have alcohol, so I doubt this Cafe Schaefer will bake or serve it without the alcohol. There are other places around which... More
The alcohol is added to the cake while making it. That is how I make mine. The original recipe does have alcohol, so I doubt this Cafe Schaefer will bake or serve it without the alcohol. There are other places around which may have this cake without alcohol, but it will be a hard find.
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