This tiny, authentic German restaurant in the Bornheim area of Frankfurt was a blind "date" for the three of us on a Wednesday night. We called for reservations (thankfully!) at 7:30, and they found a table for us for 8. This tiny little restaurant was crowded with Germans, eating some of the most amazing food I've had since arriving in Frankfurt. The waiter spoke some English, so between our bad German and his English the service went well. There is a long bar by the front door, so if you have to wait for a table, you can get a good, German beer while you wait. We had two schnitzels (very good) and a goulash (unbelievably good) which came with a typical cold German salad with a mild, creamy dressing. We ordered the baked Camembert appetizer, which came with more salad, but was enough for three persons. We passed on dessert, because we were full, but will definitely be going back.
Parking in this mostly residential neighborhood was tough, so we may take the bus or bahn next time. Reservations are probably necessary, whatever night you want to go.
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