I recently tried Vanderlust Bistro + Patisserie where you get a taste of European delicacies specifically from Germany, Italy, and Spain. We decided to dine here for the Schneeballe which is this round pastry that you hammer to break down into bite sized goodies you can enjoy.
Before we get into the dessert let’s talk about their main dishes first. I ordered the Butcher’s Steak with Blue Cheese and Potato Gratin. The steak was tender with a good flavor on it’s own. The sauce has a mild sweetness to it while the butter has a hint of blue cheese, not as powerful when it’s in its standard cheese form.
My brother got the Schweinekotelett with Mustard Cream Sauce.
For the dessert we got all of their flavored Churros. They have two types the Prima (Peanut Butter & Jelly, Dulce de Leche, and Valencia Triple Choco) and the La Signatura (Maple Bacon, Parmesan Ham, and Red Velvet). I was really looking forward to the Maple Bacon but it tasted a bit greasy, probably because of the bacon fat. I really liked the Parmesan Ham it’s the right mix of sweet and savory. The Dulce de Leche has more of the chocolate taste probably because of the chocolate coated churros. I’d probably try their traditional churros next time.
For the Schneeball we got the Hazelnut Crunch. It was really tough to break and I got a bit conscious hammering the Schneeball because of all the noise I was making. It’s a totally different experience of eating a dessert. The dessert itself wasn’t that much sweet it has a cream inside with a light chocolate flavor. I’ll probably try the Strawberries & Cream next time.