Haute Cuisine In Frankfurt Featured

Sensorial excellence, from haute cuisine to restaurants located high in the sky, Frankfurt is sure to wow on your next trip.


by Susanne Wess

Restaurant Lafleur


Named after the famous Château Lafleur estate in the Pomerol region, chef Andreas Krolik’s venue offers classics of haute cuisine with Mediterranean influences in the smart, light-flooded ambience of the 2-Michelin-star restaurant. In addition to seasonal products, the chef selects and uses intense essences, which produce an intriguing combination of sweet and sour taste sensations. Krolik is one of the greatest experts in fish and seafood, but he also offers a complete gourmet menu for vegans.

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The exclusive Cigarrum lounge offers the finest cigar enjoyment and absolute privacy in a stylish, classic setting. In addition to the finest hand-rolled cigars from Cuba and the Dominican Republic, you can savour a range of quality rums and spirits, wines and beers. The experience is completed by a mellow open fire.

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Main Tower Restaurant & Lounge

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Guests can expect the very highest level of enjoyment here. With a wonderful view of Frankfurt, you can savour modern German fusion cuisine at a height of 187 metres for lunch or dinner, or end the evening after an opera or theatre performance by lingering over a fine cocktail in the lounge. Don’t miss the viewing platform at 200 metres.

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Restaurant Kronberg im Schlosshotel

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Guests who dine at the Kronberg restaurant, part of the Schlosshotel, will see one of the most beautiful halls in Hesse. Here you will find exquisite dishes of haute cuisine paired with the corresponding wines, both from the in-house winery prince of Hesse as well as prestigious labels from the most important winemaking areas of the world. At the time of Crown Princess Victoria, royalty dined in the sumptuous room, which was already used by the household as a banqueting room. Today the Prussian coat of arms on the mantelpiece and the English rose on the Gothic ceiling are a visual memory of those days. Today, Jörg Lawerenz is responsible for the guest experience in the restaurant. The top chef serves French-inspired cuisine and focuses on seasonal and local produce. In good weather, guests can dine on the extensive Schlossterrasse and enjoy the magnificent views of the park.

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