Frankfurt Restaurants

The following restaurants are divided into three categories:

Expensive (over € 75)
Moderate ( € 30 to € 75)
Inexpensive (up to € 30)

The prices shown are the average price for a three-course menu for one person and a bottle of the cheapest wine or house wine, with VAT, but without tip.

Some restaurants do not accept credit cards. You should inquire by phone about any restrictions. The prices include the 19% VAT normally. A tip of 5-10% for good service is common.


Tiger gourmet restaurant

The elegant Tiger gourmet restaurant , which can be decorated with a Michelin star, is managed by chef Coskun Yurdakul. In addition to the innovative range of dishes, the extensive wine list, which contains more than 1000 wines, deserves attention.

The more informal palace bar in the same place is a good alternative if the restaurant is fully booked.

Address: Heiligkreuzgasse 16-20, 60313 Frankfurt
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 920 02 20.


The noble version of the Austrian fusion cuisine showcase chef Mario Lohninger and his father Paul Lohninger in the eponymous Michelin-star restaurant Lohninger . When enjoying the newly interpreted Austrian classics, your guests feel like they are in the gourmet heaven. Like Austria itself, the atmosphere of the top-class restaurant near the museum bank is convivial, cozy and informal. The rustic interior with wooden furniture looks very modern in combination with the urban Art Nouveau, the high, decorated ceilings and the dominant colors gray and beige as well as the accents in purple.

Address: Schweizer Str. 1, Frankfurt / M.
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 24 75 57 860.

Medici Restaurant

The Michelin-starred chefs Christos and Stamatios Simiakos celebrate the modern, European cuisine with a focus on Mediterranean dishes in a creative and innovative manner in the Medici restaurant, located centrally and not far from the Main Tower . The menu includes highlights for meat lovers such as Irish saddle of lamb under the herb crust with ratatouille vegetables, but also vegetarian dishes such as truffled tagliatelle with rocket salad, pine nuts and parmesan. Sommeliers are available to advise guests when choosing the right wine. If you want to enjoy the fine cuisine of the Simiakos brothers and save your wallet, visit the Mediciat noon, because the prices of the lunch menu are cheaper than those of the dishes on the evening menu. Reservations are essential. The dress code provides a casual, elegant style to match the ambience.

Address: Weißadlergasse 2, 60311 Frankfurt / M.
Phone: +49 (0) 69 21 99 07 94.


The ladder

The trendy leader has young, modern and handsome Frankfurters as a target group. The Mediterranean flair and the bold French-Italian cuisine, together with the modern and contemporary decor, made the ladder one of the most popular restaurant classics in the city. Even for the real connoisseur, the wine and aperitif list means a feast for the eyes and then true enjoyment.

Address: Kaiserhofstraße 11, 60313 Frankfurt
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 29 2 1 21.

Sushi Circle

The sushi bar Sushi Circle, which is close to the Alte Oper and Fressgass, is part of a chain and serves fresh fish specialties on a treadmill.

Business people and people on a shopping spree come to eat without waiting, which is why the sushi bar is ideal for a healthy lunch with a green tea. In the evening you can also enjoy the sushi very well with a sake of rice wine.

Address: Neue Mainzer Straße 84, 60311 Frankfurt
Phone: +49 (0) 69 91 39 93 02.


The Austrian restaurant, which is hidden in the Sachsenhausen district, is not overloaded with alpine kitsch, but is furnished in a real country house style.

As can be assumed, real Viennese schnitzel is actually served in the Austrian inn. There are also a few typical, traditional dishes with a twist.

There is neither a lack of Austrian wines on the menu nor the famous, strong schnapps.

Address: Schweizer Straße 96, 60594 Frankfurt
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 61 96 96.


Despite its hidden location in a back yard in Sachsenhausen, the small, fine French bistro Jasper’s has secured  its well-deserved place among Frankfurt’s insider tips – mainly through creativity and quality. The cozy furnishings with the dark leather seats, the Art Nouveau flair and colorful pictures harmonize with the international cuisine, which focuses on French and German dishes. The Jasper’s suitable for a romantic meeting or for a lively evening in a group. Mondays there are Breton galettes.

Address: Schifferstrasse 8, 60594 Frankfurt / M.
Phone: +49 (0) 69 61 41 17.



The Andalucia, which is located in the Bockenheim district, is one of the few restaurants that serve really good, traditional Spanish food.

The cozy atmosphere and affordable prices attract a large group of customers, from students to Spaniards and large families to business people.

The interior of wooden tables and landscapes has a lot of atmosphere. The Andalucia serves traditional tapas and à la carte dishes.

Address: Konrad-Broßwitz-Straße 41, 60487 Frankfurt
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 77 37 30.

Chicago Meatpackers

The interior is colorful and industrial, reminiscent of Chicago in the 1930s. The main focus is on the railroad and everything that has to do with it – two electronic trains run around on the rails under the ceiling and sound suspiciously like rain.

Everything else is also very American, including the playful menu that overflows with burgers, grilled specialties, and brownies.

The Chicago Meatpackers offers an authentic American experience in the middle of Frankfurt. Opening times are Sunday to Thursday until 1 a.m. and Fri and Sat until 2 a.m.

Address: Untermainanlage 8, 60329 Frankfurt
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 23 16 59.


This cozy Italian restaurant treats every guest like a family member. Some of the regular customers could actually belong to the family, so often they come by.

If there is no more seating inside or outside in the small garden, you can simply take your favorite food home with you.

Address: Wolfsgangstraße 84, 60322 Frankfurt
Telephone: +49 (0) 69 596 11 17.

Traditional timbered houses, Frankfurt