great food, reasonably priced and super tasty! schnitzel was delicious, and the soups were hearty! take cash though, they dont take card if its under €75 :)
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We visited this restaurant with reservation on February 10th 2018...waited more then 30 minutes to be seated... 1 "hour to order... And after 90 minutes from when we entered we still only received bread and wine!!! We stood up and left without paying.. Complaining about...More
Incredibile, over than ore hour with one beer only and no food, no info, Nothing....... Why have lunch or dinne on this restaurant, no service, no food, no curtesy; business dinner in Frankfurt ? Is better for you to choose another restaurant, good lucky !!!
We found this place just after 2pm on a Sunday when everywhere apart from the market seemed to be closed or have stopped serving food. We wanted a good home cooked Sunday lunch and that is exactly what we got. It was fantastic. I had...More
Visited the place twice in a row. Yes it is somewhat touristic, but the food is excellent and the prices are very good! The pork knuckle is roasted to perfection. The gulasch soup is really nice appetizer in the winter time and the beers are...More
The food was typical German. We loved iT: goulash soup, sausages excellent. The ober was Turkish, the cook Chinese and the public Japanese. We were from Holland. An international spectacle! We laughed about it and had a good time!
This restaurant was a delightful find. There is a good selection of beer and a large menu of food. We had the pork knuckle and meatloaf (with a fried egg). The pork knuckle comes with sauerkraut and fried potatoes. The pork knuckle is cooked perfect...More
A group of us visited here for dinner whilst visiting Frankfurt. This is a traditional German food hall. Long tables and benches with authentic German food. The food is amazing. Well served and good portions but does. Or break the bank. The attentive staff look...More
Not all traditional drinks in Frankfurt need to be Aeppelwein! While the hordes of tourists are either trying to find a seat in the outdoor places on Paul’s Platz before reaching this location or bypassing the historic wood-paneled Gasthaus on their way to the Frankfurt...More