We walked in and saw the average age of 45 or 50 and that's quite a bit older than we are (18 and 20). Still the first impression was positive so we thought we'd give it a try. The waiter recommended us to try the classic apple-wine which is common in the state "Hessen" where Frankfurt is located. We did, and it is quite good. We ordered the "Geschnetzeltes vom Lam mit Rösti-Kartoffeln" and "Spargelsuppe" with an Cappuchino as desert. My fried ordered "Weißwürste" and a Latte Macchiato as desert. We both had an apple wine. All together we were at 43€ (incl. 10% tip) so we didn't think that was too bad. The restaurant was booked out for this evening. We were moved to the bar at 6pm because our table was reserved. Another proof of quality as I think. Just have to say, the food might be a little salty or heavy but good. Typical german food. "Herzhafte ländliche Küche" as we would say in German.
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