The attacker thoroughly enjoyed Saturday's game as Bayern cruised to victory, but stressed his team must keep its feet on the ground.
The Netherlands international played a key role in Bayern's victory as he made it 2-0 with five minutes to go with an exquisite chip beyond Dortmund keeper Roman Weidenfeller to effectively put the match to bed.
"If it was up to me, I would be fine with playing Dortmund every week," the Dutchman told the official Bayern website. "I love games like this. These are the games you dream of when you’re a little boy - in stadiums like this, with this atmosphere, against this kind of opposing team. What more do you want?"
Robben then stressed that Bayern cannot afford to get carried away following its win as he realizes the match could have gone either way Saturday.
He added: "We’ve taken a big step, but let’s not forget it was only 1-0 until five minutes from the end, and Dortmund had chances to win it as well. We need to keep both feet on the ground."
Bayern currently holda a four-point lead over second-place Bayer Leverkusen, with Dortmund sitting third in the table.