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.
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.
Medici brings modern Mediterranean cuisine from the kitchen of brothers Christos and Stamatios in an upscale and elegant setting in the heart of Frankfurt. Bold creations and subtle flavors inspire the menu which incorporates masterful dishes like King Prawns with Potatoe Carpaccio, Angler Fish Fillet and Duck Breast with Sugar-Peas Artichokes. Food is complemented by local and imported wines, served by glass or bottle. Service and quality sustain a high level and make for a memorable dining extravaganza. Two course and three course business lunches are also offered. Reserve ahead.
Experience fine dining at its best at the elegant Restaurant Sèvres. Decorated in the hues of brown and golden, the restaurant’s ambiance is both classic and classy. Their menu boasts of a melange of different cuisines.From French raw milk cheeses accompanied by delicious chutneys to Sous Vide cooked pork, their dishes combine a variety of techniques and ingredients to create a unique style of their own. The restaurant lets you enjoy a meal fit for a king in the sophisticated Sèvres porcelain and drink vintage wines that are sourced from their very own vineyard. A royal experience, indeed.
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.
Italian fine dining at its best, Trattoria i Siciliani has earned a reputation as one of the best in the city. The decor is classy and the romantic ambiance created by warm reds and contemporary chandeliers make this an ideal date night spot. Every dish is prepared with an eye to detail, and the care they take to ensure perfection is evident in every morsel. From hearty house made pastas to delicate seafood preparations, the food here is sure to please the most discerning diner. Save room for dessert; in true Italian style, they are simply divine!
An extension of their patisserie, the IIMORI restaurant is above the sweet shop and serves fine Japanese cuisine and quality sushi. The Parisian salon themed restaurant with its small and large tables, enveloped by huge mirrors, fancy deep red wallpapers and hardwood floors has a charm of its own. All the delicacies have organic ingredients and are made with utmost care. If you have a sweet tooth, the dessert from the bakery downstairs will take care of it. Whether it is a private event or a corporate one, IIMORI surely delivers.
Cucina delle Grazie situated in Frankfurt am Main is popular for the wide range of homemade Italian food that it serves at reasonable rates. The modern interpretation of the classic Italian dishes by the chef here is a huge hit amongst the patrons. All the items including the cakes and desserts are prepared in the kitchen fresh by the chef. You can choose from the wide range of salads, cold cuts, cheese, appetizers, pasta, main courses, and end your meal on a sweet note by ordering the Pannacotta, Coffee Parfait or Profiterole from the dessert section of the menu at Cucina delle Grazie.
This former police station is one of Frankfurt's best-known landmarks. In the 18th Century, the square-shaped, Baroque building with its columned arcades was built as a police station and prison, when it housed many famous but reluctant guests (such as the councilor Johannes Erasmus Senckenberg and the legendary robber Schinderhannes). With a rich history behind it, the Café Hauptwache now attracts guests with hearty local and international fare and delectable desserts. People watch while seated in the outdoor area in the summer while you sip cold drinks and juices. The space can also be used to host business or private events.
Although it is also popular with business people and hotel guests, the Frankfurter Hof's hotel bar is renowned as a high society hangout. The rich and the beautiful meet at Café Bar Restaurant Oscar*s for a cocktail at the bar or to dine at the beautifully laid tables on gourmet dishes and fine local specialties like rib eye steak, prawns and rocket salad. There is also an excellent wine list, although you may have to pay through your nose to enjoy the privilege.
A favorite hangout for corporate yuppies and the literati of Frankfurt, the Autorenbar at the Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, has a casual and inviting atmosphere. It is an ideal place to unwind after a long day's work or to carry out business over cocktails. The lounge area of the bar is comfortable with plush black-leather chairs to sink into. The bar seats a large number of patrons, yet it is decorated in a way to ensure privacy for all.