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The Metropol is located across the street from the Frankfurt Cathedral. You'll find a mixed crowd enjoying the food here from tourists and students to locals and churchgoers. The room is brightly lit and the interior is cozy with large wooden tables. You might want to try sitting by the window on one of the leather corner seats if any are available because the view of the Cathedral is fantastic. Payment is accepted only through cash.
An extension of Ebert Feinkost, a family-run butcher shop, Ebert's Suppenstube is just across the street. This charming food stall is known for its hearty soups, great sausages, and the delectable schnitzel sandwich. Everything here is pocket friendly and the place is always brimming with people who want a taste of the scrumptious fare.
The Dim Sum House is home to a wide variety of dim sums, on the Vilbeler Straße. Offering plenty of choices it charges a fair price for its delectable offerings. The Har Gau dim sums, with a shrimp filling come highly recommended. Also on offer are a number of other Chinese and Asian dishes like Hong Kong-style grilled pork and grilled duck. The kitchens use authentic recipes and fresh, local ingredients and the service here resorts to a friendly demeanour, while not compromising on efficiency.
The district of Sachsenhausen is known for its pubs specializing in apfelwein, or apple wine. Apfelweinwirtschaft Wagner is one of these typical establishments; rustic and cozy, selling apple wine by the pitcher. The clientele consists of a mix of students, tourists and locals who come here to guzzle down a few glasses, perhaps accompanied by a hearty local dish. The outdoor courtyard is extremely pleasant, be it summer or winter.
Germany is a country famous for its sausages, and you will find variations at every other restaurant. Frankfurt am Main's Best Worscht in Town, however, claims to be the best of the best, an assertion that is not too far from the truth. The curried sausages available at this food stand are absolutely delicious, but, unfortunately for many, rather spicy. Still, in an attempt to make the currywurst appealing to a larger segment of the sausage-eating public, this eatery offer you levels of hotness, right from A to F, so you know exactly what you're getting into!
Aroma is a small eatery that specializes in budget-friendly Middle Eastern fare. The place is always busy with people stopping by for a quick bite on the go. From delicious falafel wraps to generously sized platters, the food is simple but oh so delicious. Service is prompt and friendly, ensuring a great dining experience from start to finish. Favorites include the shawarma sandwich and the falafel platter.
One of the best places to experience Indian cuisine in Frankfurt is Ruchi - a small and simple restaurant tucked in the Bahnofsviertel tenement offering tantalizing North and South Indian dishes. The ethnically decorated interiors elicit a traditional and warm ambiance while service complements the offerings. From the Hyderabadi Biryani, Chilli Chicken, Vegetarian Manchuria to Mutton Kebab, the list of favorites goes on and on. And to go with the dishes you've got the yummy Mango lassi and Badam milk. Don't worry about reservations or prices, just walk into this feast.
Situated in the environmentalist-run Öko-Haus (Ecology House) building, Arche Nova can get crowded especially during lunch when many of the people who work in the building frequent it during this time. The menu has many vegetarian meals and vegan dishes can be made by request. This place is popular with health food lovers as most dishes are made from fresh and organic ingredients. The outdoor terrace is a great place to sit in the summer. The restaurant can accommodate larger groups.