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Eating Out in Frankfurt, Germany

Considering its status as Germany’s financial and commercial centre, it is hardly surprising that Frankfurt presents a wealth of gastronomic opportunities to travellers. All tastes and budgets are catered for here.

The city’s main shopping street, the Zeil, is peppered with restaurants that always have a good atmosphere. Other parts of the city known for their good selection of restaurants include Bornheim, Sachsenhausen and Bornheim which is just north of the city centre.

The best places to sample some of the local culinary delights aren’t in the restaurants, but instead in cider houses. While they specialise in ‘Aprelwein’, they also have a good selection of local dishes to choose from. The best selection of these is in Frankfurt’s Sachsenhausen district.

Restaurants in Frankfurt

  • Dinea

    Zeil 116-126, Innerstadt, Frankfurt, Germany

    While the selection and quality of food here is impressive, the view is the real attraction at this spot perched on the top floor of Galeria Kaufhof department store. Load your plate with chicken, salad or other foods, then find a table on the roof terrace for the best view in town.

    Open Mon-Wed 9.30am-8pm, Thurs-Sat 9.30am-9pm.

  • Kleinmarkthalle

    Hasengasse 5-7, Altstadt, Frankfurt, Germany

    Opened in 1954, Frankfurt's engaging food market is worth visiting whether hunger strikes or not. But if dealing with hunger is your main motive for checking it out, you will be treated to traditional foods, Greek and Arabian delicacies, and lots of sweet things also.

    Open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 8am-4pm.

  • Bagel Brothers

    Kaiserstrasse 49, Bahnhofsviertel, Frankfurt, Germany

    Impeccably clean and boasting inexpensive, tasty food, this bright eatery makes for the perfect pitstop at lunchtime. There are many pre-made bagels to choose from, but instead get one of the chirpy staff to work their magic on a fresh one right there in front of you.

    Open Mon-Fri 7.30am- 8.30pm, Sat 8.30am-10pm, Sun 9am-7pm.

  • Bella Roma

    Kaiserstrasse 38, Bahnhofsviertel, Frankfurt, Germany

    Pizzas, gnocchi, and other Italian fare please the tourists, businessmen and locals who constantly flow through the doors of this no-frills Italian eatery. The perfect option for that cheap, sit-down meal after dark.

    Open daily from 12 noon-midnight.

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