Since the end of February, the new edition of the famous gastro tour guide has been on the market, and nine restaurants in Frankfurt am Main have been recorded with their innovative cuisine at the highest level. The list of well-known restaurants again leads the restaurant Lafleur by chef Andreas Krolik. He was able to defend both stars with his team and thus remains Frankfurt's only two-star restaurant. The Tiger Gourmet Restaurant and the Restaurant Weinsinn in the Bahnhofsviertel have now brought back the coveted Michelin Guide award after a year without distinction. A very special address is also the Seven Swans in the narrowest house in the city right on the banks of the Main, which could again cook a star. Ricky Saward and his kitchen team combine seasonal with flavors from all corners of the region to unique all-vegetarian menus.
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For fans of the Frankfurt cuisine, the Ebbelwei hosts bring the stars from the sky and onto their plates. Handkäs', Frankfurter Sausages and Green Sauce are the traditional classics here, which are often enjoyed with the Frankfurt national drink, the cider (meaning: Ebbelwei). Without starched tablecloth, but on long coarse wooden tables, the beloved specialties are offered in a rustic atmosphere. In the Ebbelwei pub you get together. You sit together, whether you know each other or not, at the table and enjoy his Schoppen (cider). The proverbial conviviality, which is inextricably linked to the cider wine tradition, is appreciated by many Frankfurt guests. The harsh tone of one or the other host or waiter simply belongs to it and is cultivated with a little pride and cultivated.
The Green Sauce in particular is on 6 June. Then the biggest culinary world record should be set in Frankfurt, when the Main metropolis celebrates the Green Sauce Day. In numerous restaurants and at popular places, green sauce fans can look forward to classical and creative variations of the cult court and actively participate in the world record attempt, which is accompanied by the German record institution. 231,775 servings of green sauce must be eaten for this. A highlight will be the 100-meter-long green panel, which will be built on the banks of the Main in the style of the 'Diner en blanc'. Places for the local 'Green Dinner' must be booked in advance. To the Green Dinner.
Frankfurt is not only true to its regional specialties, the city is also versatile, colorful and cosmopolitan. For gourmets, the diverse markets that offer a nearly endless assortment of fresh local produce, aromatic spices, international specialties and creative street food are particularly inspiring. On the many Frankfurt weekly markets, such as the producer market on the Konstablerwache, or daily in the Kleinmarkthalle also buy star chefs and Ebbelwei-hosts. Here you can undertake a small world tour of the pleasures and taste of the rich offer. If you want, you can also take home the seven herbs for the typical green sauce from there.