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Eating & Drinking


Asia in Austria
Lying on white leather bed segments, you enjoy Asia-Mediterranean inspired dinner with a dozen of exquisite creations, cooked by the chef from Austria Mario Lohninger.

Opening hours:
Sun/Mon closed
Address: Carl-Benz-Str. 21
Phone: 900 200
Web: -
Getting there: Tram (11/12): Dieselstraße | Bus (40/939): Carl-Benz-Straße

arge portions of Frankfurt kitchen and seasonal meals are served here.

Opening hours: Closed Mondays and noon
Dreieichstr. 29
Phone: 617 480
Web: http://www.eichkatzerl.de

Getting there: City-train (S 3-6): local train station | Tram (14): Frankensteiner Platz

Japanese doll`s house
Narrow patisserie-cafe with flower beds and mini tables. At the bar, you get green tea cakes, croissants, buns, or latte macchiato.

Opening hours:
Address: Braubachstraße 24
Phone: 97768247
Web: -
Getting there: Subway (U 4/5): Dom/Römer


The small yard with trees is especially popular in the warm season. Friday noon, the redfish is a must. Traditional apple wine pub with Frankfurt Kitchen, which is sometimes served on plates with preformed holes for meat and side dishes.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sat 10.00-24.00 o`clock
Address: Textorstraße 20
Phone: 611891
Getting there: Subway (U1-3): Schweizer Platz

The Lobster had his best times in the eighties, like many other restaurants in the city. In contrast to other, however, the quality of the food has never changed up to now. The large slate on the wall proclaims the daily offering. The kitchen has a distinctive French style. In particular, the diverse prepared fish dishes are highly recommended. The atmosphere is casual and cozy.

Opening hours:
Mon-Sat 18.00-01.00 o`clock
Wallstraße 21
Phone: 612920

Web: http://www.lobster-weinbistrot.de/
Getting there: Subway (U 1, 2, 3): South station

Have you ever dined in an opera hall? The lobby on the first floor of the Old Opera House offers historic atmosphere and culinary delicacies such as truffle ravioli, guinea fowl or plates of seafood.

Opening hours:
Address: Opernplatz 1
Phone: 1340215
Web: http://www.opera-restauration.de

Getting there: Subway (U 6/7): Alte Oper


Suvadee Thai

“Suvadee” means “sky” in Thai. And you are feeling just the same after a meal in the restaurant, furnished with a lot of trashy Thai-accessories, with carving, gold leafs and curious dragon heads.  You can argue about the interior, but not about the excellent quality of the kitchen. The menu lists more than 100 delicious, preparations and specialties from far-east.

Opening hours: Mon-Sat 12.00-23.00 o`clock
Address: Steinweg 7
Phone: 285477
Web: http://www.suvadee.de/
Getting there: Subway (U1, 2, 3, 6, 7): Hauptwache

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