The 10 Best Restaurants In The Frankfurt Altstadt

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Frankfurt’s restaurant scene is just as lively and multicultural as the town itself, and Frankfurt’s Altstadt is truly a culinary gem. Here’s some of the top restaurants hidden between its cobbled lanes and historic streets.
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Langosch am Main

This eclectic spot serves breakfast, lunch, dinner and late-night snacks made only with local, organic ingredients. Located right in the heart of Frankfurt, just a few blocks from the Dom, Langosch’s dim lights and rough-hewn wood tables make for a comfy atmosphere. The drinks list features a large selection of wine and beer, as well as homemade drinks like rosemary and mint lemonade, which are great alongside one of their honey-sweetened desserts.
Address: Langosch am Main, Fahrgasse 3, Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany, +49 069 9203 9510


Hearty, warm and comforting soups have become the favorite light lunch on the Frankfurt culinary scene. Souper really has it all: Thai-style coconut chicken or lentil with sausage, earthy home-made soups or bubbling German broths. Guests can enjoy one of their delicious soups at the venue’s counter, or take one to go.
Address: Souper, Weissadlergasse 3, Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany, +49 069-2972–4545

Steinernes Haus

Restaurant, German, $$$
Everything about Steinernes Haus screams traditional Germany, from the long wooden tables to the traditional clothing mounted on the walls. Steinis the German word for ’stone’, so it is only logical that this place’s name is closely connected to its choices of dishes. The house specialty is a raw steak served on a heated rock tablet. Along with the daily specials, this restaurant’s menu features old German classics, such as a beef broth that’s perfect for the cold weather.
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