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Located 187 meters (614 feet) above Frankfurt, the Main Tower Restaurant & Bar offers guests great Euro-Asian cuisine and spectacular views of the city. The elevator takes just 45 seconds to ascend to the 53rd floor of the Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen tower where the restaurant is located. The menu is slightly limited, but the range of drinks more than makes up for it. Service is excellent and prices are not too exorbitant. It is recommended to book well in advance. The viewing platform at 200 meters (656 feet) is open to both diners and non-diners.
Nestled within Frankfurt's opulent opera house, Alte Oper, lies this elegant restaurant serving high-class authentic German cuisine. Contemporary flavors blended in to local recipes, result in tantalizing creative dishes. On Sundays, Restaurant Opéra welcomes families to join them for a delectable brunch fare, and children below 6 years of age can partake from their menu for free. If weather permits, grab the opportunity to dine on the terrace; you will be ensconced in a cool breeze while enjoying magnificent views of the city.
Artistic and culinary finesse combine to make the Tiger Gourmetrestaurant one of the best addresses in town. Martin Göschel and his team toil away in the kitchen of the dome-roofed restaurant, while visitors admire the fine contemporary art on the first floor. The restaurant has also earned two highly-prized Michelin stars and 17 Gault Millau points. Johnny Klinke, former student protester and owner of the restaurant, has come to understand that the best revolutions are culinary rather than political.
If you wish to enjoy a quiet meal away from the hustle and bustle of many of Frankfurt am Main's restaurants, Alte Kanzlei is sure to please you. Its deep wood furnishings and candlelit tables for two create a wonderfully romantic ambiance, which, together with the food, makes for a memorable visit. There are prix fixe menus to choose from, and you get to gorge on scrumptious dishes like deer chops in Madeira sauce. Desserts like tiramisu end the meal perfectly.
Serving exquisite French cuisine for more than 40 years, the Erno's Bistro is no less than a Frankfurt culinary institution. Tucked away in West End neighborhood, the garden like patio seating and the softly illuminated wooden interiors look like they are plucked straight out of an old Parisian bistro. Head Chef Valéry Mathis and his team have been serving classic French haute cuisine delights paired with the finest of wine selections. Norway Lobster Tartares, Turbot Fillets, Fish Stew etc. are some of the dishes you will come across on the menu. For desserts you can relish flavored sorbets, meringues, Crème brûlée etc. A must-visit while in the neighborhood, Erno's is where you can experience a bit of Paris in Germany.
Stanley Diamond is an upscale restaurant specializing in traditional German cuisine served with a contemporary twist. The restaurant also highlights forgotten foods and incorporated them into their dishes. Modern in look yet nostalgic in flavor, the dishes here are the ideal blend of old and new. The interiors blend rustic and modern elements, much like the cuisine, creating a wonderful ambiance for a memorable meal. Fine Dining at its best, Stanley Diamond is a cut above your average dining experience.
LaFleur Restaurant evokes a sense of style and elegance. The restaurant, overlooking the Siesmayer Garden offers the very best French fine dining experience in a quiet, peaceful setting. Featuring an extensive wine list and its very own cellar, this restaurant has a lot to offer. The menu offers a fine selection of dishes to ensure the best quality and is largely seasonal and prepared with only the freshest ingredients. Perfect for an intimate dinner, this Michelin star establishment is a must-visit.