Weinsinn is a great restaurant with an even greater potential. The food is fantastic: beautifully presented, magnifically executed, incredible ingredients. The wines are extraordinary too: we had the best white wine we've drunk so far, and it is produced not far from Frankfurt, in the Rheingau. Our main course was delicious: lamb cooked in two different ways, one better than the other (stewed and roasted). Let's just say it was one of the best main courses we've ever had. Why not five stars then? Because there are a couple of things that need sorting out before Weinsinn deserves the top mark: First, the indoor seating is way too crowded and tables are too close to one another. It's a one Michelin-star restaurant: it ought to prefer fewer guests to cramming as many as possible in a relatively small dining room. Second, prices are just about fine for the food, but way too expensive for the wines. I know some of the wines they serve and the recharge is just way too high. The price of the water, then, borders the ridiculous... it should be not more than half what it is now. However, overall Weinsinn is a amazing restaurant and if it sorts out this handful of shortcomings it can aspire to great things.
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