Have you ever thought of paying Frankfurt a visit? The city, sometimes called “Mainhattan” due to its array of high rises, is spread along both banks of the Main River and has always held a special place in German history. After all, it gave Germany one of its most famous writers, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, whose house you can visit. Frankfurt’s culinary scene is also thriving – here are six restaurants to try when you visit.
Situated in Frankfurt’s Old Town, Margarete is a must-visit restaurant that specialises in delicious local and international cuisine. If you’d like to try authentic German cooking, their potato soup is an absolute must. Margarete is surrounded by museums, galleries and historical sights and also offers a take-out menu, in case you are pressed for time.
Sushi lovers rejoice! Moriki offers authentic Japanese cuisine of the highest standard that will make you feel like you are in the land of the rising sun. Their salmon and tuna dishes are to die for and even the New York Times is a fan. Need we say more?Continue Reading