14 of the best restaurants in Frankfurt | Le Petit Chef (2024)

The chances of landing in Frankfurt, the fifth most populous city in Germany, are very high. Frankfurt is home to one of the busiest airports in the world. Many visitors from all over the world, traveling in and out, often decide to stay a night, to visit the cultural, educational and financial center of Europe. Best reason for checking out the enormous variety of restaurants and food. We have 15 tips for the best places to eat in Frankfurt.

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Tip #1: Le Petit Chef

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When in Frankfurt, don’t miss Le Petit Chef. The 3D cinema, projected directly on your table, features the little chef from France and his family. Four courses, not only include excellent culinary art, but also a captivating projection to entertain your meal. The show is paired with music and the little chef is entertaining guests before, during and after the meal.

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When the food is on the table, Le Petit Chef moves to the background and guests can fully indulge in their meal choice. Family Premium, Classic and Economy, but also Premium and Family Vegetarian menus are available. For children under 12, Le Petit Chef is cooking up a special Junior Menu, with everything kids like.

Special event menus for Valentine’s and Easter are available to book as well. Wine pairings and cake can be booked in addition. Le Petit Chef fascinates families all over the world with his culinary show.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegan, Vegetarian and Kids menu options available.

Speciality:

A 3D cinema show with Le Petit Chef and his family. 3D projection mapping is used to bring the show on the table and plates. Different 4-course menus to choose from.

Price:

Family Premium, 4-course menu EUR 179 ;

Family Classic, 4-course menu EUR 139;

Family Economy, 4-course menu EUR 99;

Premium Vegetarian, 4-course menu EUR 139;

Family Vegetarian, 4-course menu EUR 139;

Family Junior (for kids under 12 years of age), 4-course menu EUR 49.

Additional wine pairing EUR 49 and premium wine pairing EUR 69;

Hours:

Reservation is necessary, you can book online

Location:

Le Petit Chef im Zukaya

Bethmannstrasse 33

60311 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 348676366

E-mail: ffm@lepetitchef.de

Webpage: https://lepetitchef.com/frankfurt?lang=EN

Tip #2: Zukaya

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Zukaya takes you on a culinary journey. The Asian restaurant in the heart of Frankfurt, located at Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, increases the heartbeat of every sushi lover.

Besides traditional Asian appetizers, like beef tartare with green chili mustard, vegetables in tempura batter with miso mayo, or crispy tofu with purple radish, shimeji mushrooms and miso dressing, a huge variety of Uramaki, Sashimi and Nigiri is offered.

The dessert menu treats guests with a sweet tooth very well. Caramelized mango with sticky rice, salted caramel and coconut ice cream, a Matcha cheesecake with a refreshing yuzu sauce and ginger rice and different mochi ice variations are a perfect finish to every meal at Zukaya.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free options available.

Speciality :

An Asian restaurant with beautiful and creative sushi creations.

Price:

Starters ranging from EUR 6,90 to EUR 21,90;

Main meals starting from EUR 24,90 up to EUR 38,90;

Maki (8 pcs) between EUR 9,90 and EUR 13,90;

Zukaya Sushi selection in the price range between EUR 13,90 and EUR 20,90 (between 2 and 8 pcs);

Desserts EUR 11,90

Hours:

Mo – Tue: Closed

Wed – Sun: 6 pm – 10 pm (Kitchen closes at 9.30 pm)

Location:

Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof

Bethmannstrasse 33

60311 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 348 676 366

Email: info@zukaya.de

Webpage: https://zukaya.de/

Tip #3: Stasny’s Heritage

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Sports and food are always a great combination. Stasny’s Heritage is directly located at the Rugby field of the SC Frankfurt 1880. The club is hosting Rugby, Tennis, Hockey and Lacrosse under one roof. A perfect view out to the sport fields, Stasny’s Heritage accompanies with great food. The huge free parking space makes it easily accessible.

The menu has lots of variety and is rustic, but in a modern way and ambience. Stasny’s Burger is well beloved by guests, featuring their Black Angus Beef patty, loaded with BBQ sauce, caramelized onions, bacon, cheese and even a sunny side up egg. Don’t be afraid to visit the sports club restaurant as a vegan, Stasny’s is catering to the plant based lovers as well.

Beyond burger patty, vegan mayo, pickle and vegetables, are stacked in between the crispy and soft bun. A separate kids menu with a moderate pricing, including a soft drink for every meal, makes Stasny’s Heritage a perfect family restaurant.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available.

Speciality:

A sports restaurant, directly located at a Rugby field, to watch live sports and enjoy delicious burgers, traditional mains and more. Family friendly!

Price:

Burgers EUR 16,90/EUR 17,90;

Pizza is ranging from EUR 7,90 to 9,90;

Mains from EUR 9,90 to EUR 22,50;

Kids menu EUR 10,90 (including Soft Drink)

Hours:

Mo – Fr: 3 pm – 11 pm (Kitchen 5 pm – 9.30 pm)

Sat – Sun: 12 pm – 11 pm (Kitchen open until 10 pm)

Location:

Feldgerichtstrasse 29

60320 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 348676360

E-Mail: info@stasnys.de

Webpage: https://stasnys.de/

Tip #4: Blumen

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Blumen, translates to ‘Flowers’, in the Frankfurter Nordend, isn’t your typical restaurant. It’s like visiting friends for a meal in a very private atmosphere. August 2018, chef Micha Mayer and friend Maxim Kilian, opened the doors to the almost apartment-like restaurant, on the ground floor of an old building.

Blumen has only 18 seats available and no à la carte menu, but a twice a month changing tasting menu, created by chef Mayer.

The cuisine is French inspired and the bar a gem in the house, with homemade alcoholic and non-alcoholic mixers. The menu reads like a love letter to the region and local, often organic ingredients, prepared with full creativity.

A four, five and six-course meal is available. The restaurant caters to Vegetarians and Vegans, but only with advanced notice.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available (call in ahead of time).

French inspired cuisine, with local and often organic ingredients, served in a living room ambience. Only 18 seats are available.

Price:

4-course meal EUR 89,

5-course meal EUR 105,

6-course meal EUR 119;

Wine pairing EUR 39, each additional glass is EUR 9

Hours:

Sun, Mon, Tue: Closed

Wed – Sat:

First seating: 6 pm – 8.15 pm

Second seating: 8.30 pm

Only with reservation

Location:

Rotlintstrasse 60

60316 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 49086510

E-Mail: reservierung@blumen.restaurant

Webpage: https://blumen.restaurant/english/

Tip #5: Seven Swans

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Where to eat in Frankfurt? Definitely at Seven Swans! The restaurant is at least two times special: First reason, Seven Swans only serves 100% plant based meals, no animals or animal products are used in the kitchen. Second reason: The chef behind the stove is the first and only German vegan Michelin star chef Ricky Saward.

The restaurant is usually booked out for weeks, sometimes even months, it’s important to get a reservation ahead of time. In 2019 the restaurant turned from a Vegetarian place, into an all vegan restaurant.

Nevertheless, vegan fake meat or cheese is not to be found on Seven Swans menu. Ricky Saward is sourcing local ingredients and cooking up a high quality and beautiful vegetable cuisine, with produce, he finds often by himself, walking nature or exploring the variety of Farmer’s Markets.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

An all vegan restaurant.

Speciality:

All vegan haute cuisine, created by first and only German all vegan Michelin star chef Ricky Saward.

Price:

Menu EUR 189;

Wine pairing EUR 89;

Non-alcoholic pairing EUR 79

Hours:

Reservation only

Sun – Mon: Closed

Tue – Sat: 7 pm – 1 am

Location:

Mainkai 4

60311 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Email: service@sevenswans.de

Webpage: https://www.sevenswans.de/

Tip #6: Hoppenworth & Ploch

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It almost occurs like a tourist trap, when you find the Hoppenworth & Ploch location in Old Town Frankfurt. Nestled in between gift shops, museums and many tourist attractions, the specialty coffee shop is serving best coffee, pastries and panini sandwiches to tourists, but also to locals.

With the first sip you already know, this is not a trap, but just damn good coffee. This is the reason why Hoppenworth & Ploch was able to open up in such a fancy location.

Three shops in Nordend, Campus and Old Town, plus a roastery and bakery, belong to the Hoppenworth & Ploch empire. All the beans are roasted fresh, pastries and bread baked daily in their own bakery, delivered to all the locations. Barista training and classes available at the roastery.

Their Old Town coffee shop has limited seats and is usually crowded, in summer time more outdoor seating is available. And there is still the coffee to go option — definitely worth it.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free pastries and sandwiches available. Non-dairy milk options available.

Speciality:

A high end, specialty coffee roaster with its own bakery and delicious cakes, nestled in a beautiful Old Town location.

Price:

Coffee specialities ranging from EUR 2,40 up to EUR 5,70;

Pastries starting from EUR 1,40 to EUR 3,50;

Panini sandwiches EUR 5,90

Hours:

Old Town:

Daily: 10 am – 7 pm

Nordend:

Mo – Fr: 8 am – 7 pm

Sat – Sun: 9 am – 7 pm

Campus:

Mo – Fr: 9.30 am – 6 pm

Sat – Sun:11 am – 6 pm

Locations:

Old Town:

Markt 22

60311 Frankfurt

Germany

Nordend:

Friedberger Landstraße 86

60316 Frankfurt

Germany

Campus:

Siolistrasse 7

60323 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Email: info@hoppenworth-ploch.de

Webpage: https://hoppenworth-ploch.de/en

Tip #7: Ristorante Italiano Trattoria i Siciliani

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Looking for things to do in Frankfurt? Take a quick trip to Sicily. Nothing easier than that! In the heart of Frankfurt Sachsenhausen, Ristorante Italiano Trattoria i Siciliani takes guests straight to Italy. With delicious authentic Italian food and wines, owner Matteo Morreale convinces everybody – Sicilian cuisine is one of the best in the world.

Traditional Sicilian recipes, cooked ‘alla mama’, with seasonal and local ingredients, paired with only the best of Sicilian wines. Since 1986 Morreale has worked in restaurant kitchens, and is deeply connected with Italian cuisine. The restaurant serves antipasti, pizza and meat specialties, as well as delicious Sicilian pasta varieties.

The ‘Gnuccuni cu Tartufu o Nuciddi’ a homemade gnocchi meal, stuffed with cheese, truffle and hazelnut cream, or ‘Lasagne ri Agnieddu’, a lasagna speciality with lamb and eggplant, are perfect meals for a romantic dinner.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and vegan options available.

Speciality:

Traditional Sicilian food, cooked “alla mamma”, with only Sicilian wines.

Price:

Antipasti ranging from EUR 13,50 to EUR 22,50;

Pasta starting from EUR 13,50 up to EUR 22,50.

Pizza from EUR 10,90 to EUR 19

Hours:

Daily: 11.30 am to 11 pm

Location:

Walter-Kolb-Straße 17

60594 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 61993321

Email: trattoriaisiciliani@hotmail.de

Webpage: https://www.trattoriaisiciliani.de/

Tip #8: Der Fette Bulle

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Just a stone throw away from Frankfurt main train station, is one of the most famous burger places in town. ‘Der Fette Bulle’ (or ‘the fat bull’) is not a regular burger place, but instead a fancy burger restaurant. Loved by travelers, for a hearty meal after a long journey, enjoyed by party folks for a good late night eat and appreciated by burger snobs for the quality.

The restaurant is proud of their buns, baked fresh every day, their made from scratch sauces, their high quality burger patties and creative burger ideas.

Unlike many other burger places, manager Yasar Gür is happy to provide table service instead of self-service. Local beef or chicken, Portobello mushroom or Falafel burger, it’s hard to decide what to order in between the buns. The house-made ketchup is a must!

It is cooked daily, five hours long, with five kilo tomatoes. Hungry fellows can order a double patty and double cheese, the home fries with thyme and rosemary are never a failed choice. All patties are cooked medium well. Fancy Fast Food we call it. The restaurant has a second location (Oederweg).

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available. Gluten-free buns and burgers are available.

Speciality:

A fancy burger place with homemade buns, local meat patties, homemade ketchup and house fries. Just a quick walk from Frankfurt main train station.

Price:

Burgers EUR 11,90/12,90;

Fries EUR 4,90;

Lunch menu (Mon-Fr 11.30 am – 3 pm) Burger of the day with fries OR salad EUR 13,90;

Salads from EUR 11,90 to EUR 19,90

Hours:

Kaiserstrasse: Daily: 11.30 am – 11 pm

Oeder Weg: Daily: 11.30 am – 11 pm

Locations:

Kaisterstrasse 73

60329 Frankfurt

Germany

Oeder Weg 2 – 4

60318 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Kaiserstrasse: Phone: +49 69 90757004

Oeder Weg: Phone: +49 6995929564

Email: mail@derfettebulle.de

Webpage: https://www.instagram.com/derfettebulle/?hl=am-et

Tip #9: Schandis

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Since 1999, Schandis has been serving authentic Persian cuisine in the heart of Frankfurt. In the list of the fancy restaurants in Frankfurt, Schanis can’t be missed.

The fancy dining room with oriental decoration, chandeliers on the sealing, cloth napkins on the table, beautiful plates and cutlery, is just a perfect spot for a romantic dinner in Frankfurt.

And the food is as perfect as the service and decor. Schandis offers grilled specialities, like ‘Soltani’ (grilled lamb on skewers), traditional Persian stews, like ‘Fesenjan’ (a stew made with chicken breast, pomegranate and grated walnuts) and Persian rice cuisine, like ‘Shirin Polo ba Morgh’ (braised chicken, served with rice with almonds, pistachios, orange peel and carrots).

For Vegetarians and Vegans, Schandis offers a special menu. Three course meals are available for two and more people.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available.

Speciality:

Authentic Persian cuisine in a fancy and romantic atmosphere.

Price:

3-course meal (two people or more), EUR 55 each person;

Grilled mains starting from EUR 22 up to EUR 35;

Stews ranging from EUR 20 to EUR 26;

Rice dishes from EUR 21 to EUR 28;

Desserts between EUR 5 and EUR 12

Hours:

Mon – Thu: 5 pm – 11 pm

Fr: 5 pm – 12 am

Sat: 12 pm – 12 am

Sun: 12 pm – 11 pm

Location:

Nordendstrasse 2

60318 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 557337

E-Mail: info@schandis.de

Webpage: https://www.schandis.de

Tip #10: Muku Ramen

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Ramen is the new hip comfort food! No matter if it’s summer or winter, a big, steaming ramen bowl is always an attractive lunch or dinner. But Ramen is actually not new, it’s loaded with tradition and goes back to the early 20th century.

Muku Ramen in Sachsenhausen is the ‘King of Ramen’ in Frankfurt. Since 2010 Ayuka and Shinichi Yamamoto have been managing the kitchen of Muku Ramen.

They do this so well that the restaurant is always booked. They also opened two more branches in Japan, in Kofu and Kamakura. Even more impressive – the restaurant caters to the Japanese airline’s First Class and Business class lounges in Frankfurt.

In big pots, in the restaurant kitchen, the pork bone broth is cooking, next to the traditional wooden trays with fresh ramen noodles, ready to take a bath. The prices for the bowls are very reasonable.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan ramen options are available.

Speciality:

One of the most famous ramen spots in Frankfurt.

Price:

Ramen bowl ranging from EUR 14 to EUR 16;

Tapas starting EUR 10 to EUR 35.

Hours:

Mon – Tue: Closed

Wed: 6 pm – 10 pm (last order 9.30 pm)

Thur – Sun: 12 pm – 2 pm (lastorder 1.30 pm) and 6 pm – 10 pm (last order 9.30 pm)

Location:

Dreieichstrasse 7

60594 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 48445153

Webpage: http://muku-ramen.com/

Tip #11: Life Deli

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The Frankfurt Jewish Museum is a highlight in the city’s museums scene and always worth a visit. In January 2023, the new kosher restaurant Life Deli moved in and has surprised visitors with a vegan fusion kitchen of Israeli, East European and Oriental food.

Nir and Sigal Rosenfeld and Janka Krauzpaul operate the deli, hand in hand with chef Boaz Kwinter, who collected pro chef experience in many kitchens over the last 30 years.

The Deli connects different elements of breakfast, lunch and cafe, with coffee and cake, but also the opportunity to buy house made delicacies. The all day Israeli breakfast is either an omelet, with plant based meats or vegetables, or a traditional vegan Shakshuka.

The appetizers include a vegan so-called Joie Gras, a delicious and very impressive imitation of a Foie Gras, based on chestnuts and cashews. The bowls feature Shawarma, Falafel, beautiful stuffed bell pepper, with wild rice and nobody can resist the chocolate halva tarte. For the deli no museum ticket is needed.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

An all vegan and kosher deli. Gluten-free options available.

Speciality:

All vegan kosher fusion kitchen, Israeli-Eastern European and Oriental food in the Jewish museum. Outstanding delicious vegan so-called Joie Gras.

Price:

Breakfast EUR 16,50;

Appetizers starting EUR 1,90 up to EUR 13,50;

Main dishes from EUR 11,90 up to EUR 16,90;

Kids menu EUR 5,10/5,60;

Desserts between EUR 6 and EUR 6,90;

Hours:

Mon: Closed

Tue – Wed: 10 am – 5 pm

Thu: 10 am – 9 pm

Fr – Sun: 10 am – 5 pm

Location:

Jewish Museum Frankfurt

Bertha-Pappenheim-Platz 1

60311 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 27 22 06 60

Email: info@life-deli.de

Webpage: https://life-deli.de

Tip #12: Gustav

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Jochim Busch is the celebrated chef in the kitchen of Gustav. Praised with two Michelin stars, the restaurant from owner Milica Trajkovska Scheiber and Matthias Scheiber is well known in Frankfurt’s gourmet restaurant scene. Highest quality ingredients meet local-seasonal, traditional German haute cuisine.

All this is happening, in a protected, landmarked city house, with simple but elegant interior, surrounded by art objects from young Frankfurt artists. Chef Busch delivers a seasonal, simple but flavorful and pretty menu.

So simple the base ingredients, so simple is the name of the menu. Gustav in winter, Gustav in spring, Gustav in summer and Gustav in fall. The local Jerusalem artichoke cooperates with winter truffle, viper’s grass and smoked eel. The house made sourdough bread is extra tasty with the raw milk butter, the dehydrated red beet merges with the raspberry vinegar and coriander fruit.

Everything is very unique and makes a visit to Gustav very unique as well. Definitely one of the best restaurants in Frankfurt.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

No Vegetarian or Vegan options available.

Speciality:

Two Michelin star restaurant with haute German cuisine in a protected landmarked city house.

Price:

Weekday 8-course meal EUR 195, with wine pairing EUR 82;

Weekend 10-course meal EUR 225, with wine pairing EUR 98;

Hours:

Reservation only

Mon: Closed

Tue – Sat: 7 pm – 11 pm

Sun: Closed

Location:

Reuterweg 57

60323 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Email: kontakt@restaurant-gustav.de

Webpage: https://www.restaurant-gustav.de/index.php?article=1&clang=2

Tip #13: Apfelwein Solzer

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The longstanding tavern is an institution in Frankfurt. Everybody knows Apfelwein Solzer. Since 1893, over 130 years, the winemaker and in the meantime fifth generation of Solzer’s have been making the best apple wine from fresh and first class ingredients.

The restaurant grew over the years to a famous and far over the Frankfurt borders known spot where tourist crowds and locals sit together, young folks enjoy nights with apple wine and families celebrate their loved ones.

A massive outdoor seating area with 300 seats and additional 160 indoor seats, are proof of how many visitors Apfelwein Solzer attracts. Of course it’s important to drink apple wine when you visit, but a very rustic, traditional German meal goes quite excellent with the alcoholic beverage.

Homemade head cheese with vinaigrette, sauce remoulade and fried potatoes, the original Frankfurt ‘green sauce’ with beef brisket and boiled potatoes, or the ‘Frankfurter Sausage’ with potato salad, are as traditional as it can get.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian and Vegan options available.

Speciality:

The longstanding tavern is 130 years old and famous for its apple wine and Frankfurt specialities. A must-visit for tourists, but also for locals.

Price:

Apple wine between EUR 2,80 (0,3l) and EUR 4,60 (0,5l);

Appetizer and small eats from EUR 4,90 to EUR 20,90;

Schnitzel starting EUR 17,90 up to EUR 24,90;

Hours:

Mon – Fri: 4 pm – 12 am

Sat: 12 pm – 12 am

Sun: 12 pm – 10 pm

Location:

Berger Straße 260

60385 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 452171

Email: reservierung@solzer-frankfurt.de

Webpage: https://www.apfelwein-solzer.de

English menu: https://www.apfelwein-solzer.de/speisekarte-english/

Tip #14: Im Herzen Afrikas

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Im Herzen Afrikas, translated to ‘In the heart of Africa’, is your Frankfurt hotspot for authentic, culinary delightfulness from Eritrea. And oh boy, it’s really like coming to Africa!

Entering the restaurant and dining area, walking through sand, paintings on the walls, old, long wooden tables and clay structure.. Definitely one of the coolest restaurants in Frankfurt!

The cuisine is based on family recipes, but cooked with local ingredients. Even the beer is from the Frankfurt brewer union. The chefs are very well aware of dietary restrictions and pass on using Tesmi (an Eritrean butter) in the kitchen, which makes many of the dishes plant based.

The Injera bread is baked fresh every day, even in a gluten-free version. The restaurant offers mixed plates, with a variety of small eats, served with Injera bread. It’s a culinary and cultural experience to visit the restaurant — and of course, you eat traditionally with your hands.

At a glance:

Dietary options:

Vegetarian, Vegan and Gluten-free options available.

Speciality:

In the heart of Africa is an authentic, culinary experience with specialities from Eritrea. The restaurant’s interior beams you to Africa, walking through sand, clay structure and wooden tables. Eating with your hands is recommended.

Price:

Starter for EUR 7,50;

Mixed plates meat or vegetarian/vegan with Injera bread and salad EUR 16,50;

Desserts EUR 4,20

Hours:

Mon: Closed

Tue – Fr: 4 pm – 11 pm

Sat: 2 pm – 11 pm

Sun: Closed

Location:

Gutleutstrasse 13

60329 Frankfurt

Germany

Contact:

Phone: +49 69 24246080

Reservation: reservierung@imherzenafrikas-frankfurt.de

Other enquiries: info@imherzenafrikas-frankfurt.de

Webpage: https://www.imherzenafrikas-frankfurt.de

Our selection of restaurants is based, among other things, on the editorial team’s individual preferences and on reviews on the internet. Please contact the respective provider directly for information on reservations and prices. The pictures come from the restaurants listed. All Information is provided without guarantee!

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