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This swanky riverside restaurant is known for their contemporary cuisine that is fresh, organic and sublime. The Seven Swans is housed in a charming 1838 building which is the narrowest in Frankfurt, the menu changes weekly yet retains its deliciousness. While the beautifully themed restaurant's staff will pamper you with their attentiveness, the food will allure your palates with its balanced flavor and originality.
Casual brunch, late-night cocktail or formal sit-down - Fleming's Club is the place to be. Offering a downtown dining experience at one of the most coveted and prestigious locations, this restaurant is a jewel in the crown of Fleming's Hotel. The signature offerings and the unsurpassing view, especially after dark, guarantee an upscale experience through and through. Seafood specialties line up the concise menu while the steak dishes stand out as highlights. And what can beat a pairing of Chardonnay Les Jamelles with Irish "Dry Aged" Beef Barbecue or a plate of Grilled Tuna Fillet! So reserve ahead and be prepared to be floored.
One of the oldest dining establishments in Frankfurt am Main, Brückenkeller is said to have been established in 1652. Throughout its existence, it has attracted the city's influential citizens, and is said to have been a regular haunt of the legendary Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. With prix fixe menus featuring dishes like braised shoulder of Wisconsin beef in red wine sauce and a wine list comprising over 1000 vintages, Brückenkeller has perfected the recipe for success. Its proximity to the Trade Fair grounds makes it a popular destination for business lunches.
Osteria Lísola Sarda offers you cuisine from an an area of the Mediterranean not too many other restaurants in Frankfurt am Main do. The Sardinian fare you can enjoy includes Costaedasa de Anzone a sa Griglia (grilled lamb cutlets with fresh herbs), Scampos Orlando (king prawns in spicy sauce) and more. An extensive wine list accompanies the menu, and the many varieties can enhance the flavor of any meal. This quiet eatery makes a good venue for business lunches.
One of the few Spanish restaurants in Frankfurt am Main, Andalucia is small and often full, and so the friendly staff sometimes have difficulty attending to everybody straight away. Decorated in light colors and with Spanish landscapes on the walls, the restaurant offers no-nonsense dishes typical of the Iberian peninsula. There are also several Spanish wines and you can round things off with a typical Spanish dessert. Buen Apetito!