You MUST try the apple wine and green sauce if you’re visiting Frankfurt. I was recommended this restaurant by a local friend.I ordered apple wine and Frankfurt style schnitzel with green sauce. It was really great. You may want to make a reservation as it gets pretty busy. We were sat at a picnic style table with 2 other couples. The restaurant is cozy and the wait staff is friendly.
Only good thing about this place is its traditional homely and spacious atmosphere with a rustic design. Otherwise, the food were mediocre and service was disgustingly bad. Staffs were unfriendly and unwelcoming, I was left standing at the door for a minute without anyone attending to me, and it was 90% empty on a weekday 3pm. I was also dictated where to sit even though there were many empty spaces around with just a few locals scattered about. Pork sausages were too dry and meat could have more flavour to it. Pork knuckle was not too bad and skin was crispy. Apple wine has low alcohol content so it's easy and light to drink. At the end of the meal, the staff insisted I pour out my coins and took it upon himself to take them as tips without my consent. This is a place I'd definitely not return/recommend, and would advise all my viewers and contacts to avoid unless last resort.
A great typical German beer garden type restaurant. Try the Saturday specialties, the lammhaxe, the Weiner Schnitzel, some if the best dishes. Apfelwein is also good. A nice place for Saturday dinner. They also show football matches on the days they are on. A fun place to be at.
Wonderful food and great local vibes. It's the season of white asparagus and it tasted so good. Service a little gruff but I think it's part of boisterous atmosphere here.
Delicious German food in a traditional restaurant. Share table with other guests, good to share some experiences an tips. Very nice place!