We’re always down for a crazy good brain freeze. We’ve eaten ice cream out of fish shaped waffles cones close to home at Uji Time in Berkeley, California and even crowned a downright dreamy violet sorbet with cotton candy at Rocambolesc Gelateria in Madrid, Spain.


The "Pink Pig" was a sensation at Le Mans in 1971, even though it didn't finish the race. It's a stunning 917/20 that you can find on display at the Porsche Museum in Stuttgart, Germany.
The “Pink Pig” at the Porsche Museum is the Same Hue as the Watermelon Ice Cream at Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli Which is Also Located in Stuttgart, Germany


We also love frozen desserts that come in quirky flavors. Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany is known for some of the most refreshing licks in the world.


Containers filled with exotic regular and vegan flavors of gelato, ice cream and sorbet at Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany. There are colorful bins filled with strawberry mint (erdbeere minze), black currant (schwarze johannisbeere), watermelon (wassermelone), mango chili, vanilla brownie, passionfruit (passionfrucht).
I Bet You Think You’re So Cool – Funky Flavors of Gelato, Ice Cream and Sorbet on Display at Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany


At Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli you can get scoops of vegan flavors like black currant (schwarze johannisbeere), passionfruit (passionsfrucht) and strawberry mint (erdbeere minze). They also offer dairy free options made with coconut, oat, rice or soy milk.


Containers filled with pistachio (pistazie), espresso walnut (espresso walnuss), buttermilk passionfruit (buttermilch maracuja), greek yogurt (Griechischer yoghurt) and blueberry cheesecake at Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli ice cream, gelato, sorbet shop, café and restaurant in Stuttgart, Germany.
Our Heart Melts for the Crazy Fresh Local Flavors at Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany


There are also funky options like blueberry cheesecake, espresso walnut (espresso walnuss), greek yogurt (griechischer joghurt), salted caramel (gesalzenes karamell), super duper chocolate (super duper schoki) and even vanilla brownie.


In addition to Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli, here’s a list of other neat little local shops and restaurants we love in Germany.


Claus began as a bright yellow Volkswagen van that pounded the pavement around Stuttgart for two years before blossoming into its current full time brick and mortar shop.


A photo of a cup of ice cream with scoops of buttermilk passionfruit (buttermilch maracuja) and basil smash made with lemon (zitrone basilikum) and a cone topped with vegan watermelon (wassermelone) and mango chili at Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli (gelato, ice cream and sorbet) in Stuttgart, Germany.
Split Decision – Cup or Cone? At Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany You Can Choose Both


Today, in addition to ice cream and gelato, they also offer cakes, coffee, salads, sandwiches, soups and other belly filling options.


Clearly we have a soft spot in our hearts for ice cream. Curious about other crazy ice cream flavors we’ve taste tested around the globe? Here are some of our favorite ice cream places in the world.


Whether you’re looking for a classic cone or an extraordinary creative ice cream creation, Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli is the perfect place to cool off during Stuttgart’s hot summer months.


A street view photo of the outside of Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany taken from the sidewalk.
Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli in Stuttgart, Germany


Claus Eismanufaktur & Deli
Tübinger Straße 41-43
70178 Stuttgart, Germany
Hours: Monday Through Friday 10:00am to 9:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 9:00pm, Sunday 10:00am t0 6:00pm *They typically stay open later in the evenings during summer months.
Phone: +49 711-50465932
Pricing (All in Euros): 
One Scoop of Ice Cream €1.50