Frankfurt Am Main is described as the ‘smallest metropolis’ in the world. A busy, bustling financial sector of Germany, it has a lot to discover. Consequently, this city attracts a wide variety of people. Almost 1 in 3 people who do not hold a German passport. The city center, or Innenstadt, represents the meeting point of all of these cultures, with a variety of cuisines to match. We pick the top 10 restaurants in the neighborhood.
A multi-cultural city would not be complete with out a piece of Japan. In true Japanese style, Iwase is small, with customers sitting close to one another on long benches. This atmosphere allows Iwase to bring an authentic piece of Tokyo to the streets of Innenstadt. Served by Japanese waiters, which only adds to the authenticity, enjoy traditional fresh Japanese cuisine, but book ahead, due to it’s small size Iwase fills up fast.
Vilbeler Str. 31, Frankfurt am Main, Germany +49 69 283992
The district of Innenstadt is known to be multi-cultural, offering a whole host of global cuisine, but Salzkammer offers the closest you’ll get to traditional German food. Although, in fact, Austrian, Salzkammer also provides authentic German dishes allowing visitors a true taste of their destination. Of particular note is the schnitzel in a crunchy almond breadcrumb crust. With a great outdoor seating area and knowledgable staff, this is a perfectly affordable visit for those wanting to experience dishes of the nation.
Weißadlergasse 15, Frankfurt am Main, Germany +49 69 15393000
German cuisine is no stranger to good meats, and this is place designed to capitalise on this taste. Buffalo Steakhouse offers a decent and affordable rib eye steak to satisfy any carnivorous cravings. The dishes are simple, but effective, focusing on perfectly cooked steaks, offset by a range of sauces and sides.
Kaiserhofstraße 18-20, Frankfurt am Main, Germany +49 69 285796