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Frankfurt Food Guide: 5 Restaurant every foodie needs to visit
From #veganfoodporn, right up to international delicacies. From a culinary perspective, Frankfurt am Main has a lot to offer. Of course, when you are in Frankfurt, you also need to try the local delicacies Grüne Soße (sauce made out of many different herbs). Here’s our guide to the restaurants and cafés that must be on your “Frankfurt Food Guide” list.
The insider foodie guide to Frankfurt:
You can find Oosten a bit outside of the city centre, in Ostend. Situated right on the banks of the Main, the restaurant’s terrace, which has recently gone from an insider tip to one of the hottest locations in the city, offers spectacular views of the skyline. In the kitchen, they will conjure up all manner of delicious treats for you. From tuna steaks to couscous with grilled vegetables. Visitors for an afternoon coffee or an after-work drink are always welcome, too.
#2 La Trinca
Sachsenhausen is known for its hip pubs and restaurants. Some of them can be found along Schweizer Straße. At the tapas bar La Trinca with its modern design, you can enjoy small Spanish dishes, including both the classics and reinterpretations thereof. Vegetarians will be sure to find something they love, too.
#3 Balance Deli
The deli at the Balance Yoga Studio is both healthy and trendy. Since April 2018, visitors to the location on Bleichstrasse have been able to do more than just work out. The café offers a sensational breakfast menu and small dishes. All of the food is vegan or vegetarian, healthy, and 100% Instagram-worthy.
#4 Frau Rauscher
It is believed that Frau Rauscher, a protagonist of Frankfurt’s well-known traditional folk song, lived in the Klappergasse, in the Alt-Sachsenhausen district. Today, there is a fountain on Klappergasse to commemorate the former Frankfurt resident. Right next to it, you can find a traditional apple wine tavern named after Frau Rauscher, which offers local cuisine, and of course, the typical Frankfurter Grüne Soße.
At the heart of the Altstadt, you can eat and drink your way around the Kleinmarkthalle. Every day, except Sundays, more than 60 traders are there, offering a wide range of products. From exotic fruit to fresh fish and sweet temptations.
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