Good place for a quick sample of German traditional food. Try a Schnitzel after landing and you are ready to go. Good food, good beer and great price.
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This restaurant had a wide variety of German favorites and was reasonably priced. The Jagerschnitzel was wonderful, as was the apple struedel.
This is a perfect place to relax before or after travel. It is easy to get to from trains, planes, and hotels. The atmosphere is energetic and nice. Pretzel with cream cheese is a great appetizer. I had the Jaegerschnitzel with mushrooms and Swabian noodles,...More
Right inside the Squaire, a short walk from Hilton Gardens, this mini-brewery type of restaurant serves well-prepared traditional Bavarian food (schnitzels, spaetzle, sausages) and wonderful Paulaner beer on tap. Perfect way to say good-bye to Germany in a relaxed atmosphere. We have thoroughly enjoyed our...More
Having stayed at the Hilton this is our go to spot when staying overnight. Can't pass up the delicious german food and of course beer. Loved the atmosphere, decoration and selection of food, drinks and dessert. Always greeted and seated right away, helpful English speaking...More
This restaurant is so convenient to the two Hilton properties at FRA but it is also frequented by locals and people working in the Squaire, so it doesn't have that tourist feeling. The beer hit the spot. The menu was varied and had sausages for...More
After checking in to nearby airport hotel, headed directly to Paulaner in The Squaire. Despite being late, 20:45, Restaurant was fairly busy. Seated immediately and waiter promptly greeted us. For starters, Paulaner Oktoberfest Bier, served in traditional 1 liter mass, of course! (Or, available in...More
Many not be aware, as this is located in the area of the high speed ICE trains. Paulaner famous for the beer also has quality food. Seasonal dishes as we had the October Flammkuchen which had pumpkin as one of the ingredients. Very tasty!
Restaurant had a nice ambience and good range of beers. But the veal schnitzel was swimming in oil. Instead of being nicely fried and crispy, this was over-fried and greasy. Pity given it is a German speciality that they should have perfected. Waitress was also...More