The show that the chefs put on at KABUKI, rival anything you would see at a circus! Salt and pepper shakers fly through the air, cleavers chop vegetables faster than the eye can see and the teppanyaki grill hisses and spits like a wild animal, right at your table! The excellent meat, fish and poultry dishes are all prepared as part of the show. Their wine list is extensive and exquisitely exotic. The prices are high, but then again, you're getting a whole deal more than food! A must try!
Named after the ornamental tree native to China and Japan, Ginkgo offers a range of cocktails, breakfasts and a select choice of Eurasian cuisine. Guests sit at exquisitely decorated Japanese style tables and enjoy the likes of Pink grilled Ribeyesteak or Pasta spaghetti with homemade rocket pesto. The menu changes according to season, meaning that there is always something new to discover. The terrace is wonderful in good weather.
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.
Im Herzen Afrikas will transport you to the spheres of Africa in their wonderfully themed restaurant that has cozy tents, lighting that gives out a red glow along with candlelight, African murals and eclectic African music. You can choose to sit on pillows, in sand or on the cute African stools while waiting for your culinary African journey to begin. The food is prepared daily and is delightful to taste. Recommendations are highly recommended and please carry cash since credit cards are not accepted here.
Modeled after classic American steakhouses like the Chicago Chop House and Dallas' III Forks, M-Steakhouse succeeds in bringing a little bit of America to Frankfurt am Main. The soft lighting and dark wood finishes create an elegant atmosphere, and the walls are adorned with horse riding images. The list of steaks and chops is long, and you get to enjoy the likes of tarragon beef skillet, double cut lamb chops and dry-aged tomahawk steak. In keeping with the American steakhouse tradition, an extensive wine list is also offered.
Café Karin is a city-center oasis located directly opposite Goethe's birthplace at Großer Hirschgraben. The breakfasts here are legendary: a croissant with butter and jam and warm bread with nutty Gouda cheese will make your day! At lunchtime, light meals are served. The décor is pleasantly warm, with practicality taking precedence over beauty. The relaxed and mellow ambiance attracts young people and families for whom the café has become a home away from home.
If you're looking for a vast array of tequila choices in Frankfurt, you'll find it here. Be it part of a cocktail or just pure, Tequila Cantina Y Bar has it all. But this isn't just paradise for tequila fans, as the food is very good too: a choice of typical Mexican snacks from tacos and burritos to chilli. The interior is rustic and the staff very friendly. It's not a bad idea to come here in the afternoon, as it's cheaper than in the evening.
Want to try something new or taste a different cuisine, then Cafe & Bar Celona is the place for you. This modern eatery offers Mediterranean and Spanish dishes that are prepared with authentic ingredients and herbs. From salad, burgers, Spanish tapas to tasty bread an interesting variety is on offer here. Apart from that, it also serves coffee and cocktails that are perfectly paired with its tasty food menu. Call for more details.
Situated in the heart of the city opposite the Römer, Frankfurt am Main's historic city hall, Zum Schwarzen Stern is a pleasant restaurant that boasts one of the best locations in Frankfurt am Main. Excellent service and exquisite food make Zum Schwarzen Stern ideal for all occasions, from business lunches to a romantic rendezvous. The stylish ambiance in the main restaurant and the two banqueting rooms also lends itself to receptions and festivities. It is no surprise that official visitors are often entertained here. Ask for one of their special meals and you won't be disappointed.
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.