Eat in Frankfurt without spending a fortune, until 2pm. Here are five places that we recommend for traveling and eating low cost in Germany too.
Country you go, custom you find! In Germany they adapted well to the English idea of brunch, a meal halfway between breakfast (breakfast) and lunch (lunch), usually done on weekends. In Frankfurt am Main there are several clubs that there Sunday they offer tasty brunches, for an informal meeting with friends or family around a table set with every good thing. I have experienced some of them, and now I leave you my advice.
- The best place ever for me is Depot 1899: a nice place in the Sachsenhausen district with a unique style (it looks like a train station from the 1800s) and numerous outdoor tables, overlooking a small square and a street with little traffic. Every day the kitchen offers various possibilities of "à la carte" breakfast, while on Sundays and public holidays from 10.00 to 14.30 for € 15,90 a sweet and savory buffet is served with infinite goodness. Reservations are recommended. After such a binge, it is a good idea to take a stroll: the Sachsenhausen district is waiting to be discovered, with its traditional architecture houses and its independent fashion district, with many art galleries and various shops design and antiques. Moving towards the River Main that flows through Frankfurt you will have a splendid view of the city skyline, and you can relax on the riverside, or spend the rest of the day in the spirit of culture along the majestic bank of museums.
- If you want to enjoy a breakfast like freshly made at home, Metropol is the ideal destination. The restaurant is located right next to the Frankfurt cathedral, and offers fresh bread, natural centrifuges, homemade cakes and organic breakfasts. The staff are friendly and helpful, and the cafe is really nice as well family-friendly, with spaces and games designed for children and for family Sundays. In summer you can sit in the small internal garden.
- Loved by young people and Erasmus students in Frankfurt and in a super central location, the Celona Bar offers tempting breakfasts for all tastes. From German to Spanish cuisine, passing through the classic English breakfast, you will surely find something that satisfies your taste buds! On Sundays and public holidays, from 9 to 14, for € 9,95 you can take advantage of a buffet breakfast and enjoy it at the outdoor tables in the beautiful square in front.
- For a quick but excellent brunch there is Bäcker Eifler, a chain of bakeries with multiple locations in Frankfurt. The products are all genuine and freshly baked, and you can choose the breakfast you prefer: the sweet one, with croissant, sandwich and butter and jam, or the German version, complete with cold cuts, cheese and scrambled eggs. The Eifler is the crispy outside and soft inside bread that gives the bakery its name, but you can choose between sweet and savory rolls, with seeds or stuffed, up to the classic bretzel.
- In the north of Frankfurt it is located Odyssey, an informal but really nice place to spend Sunday morning. From 10 to 14.30 a sweet and savory brunch awaits you with fruit salad, cereals, yogurt, brioches, appetizers, cold cuts, cheeses, meat and fish, in addition to the classic eggs cooked in all ways. The price per person is 14,80€, not really low cost, but consider that it really is worth a breakfast and a lunch! Here, too, you should book. To work off all these delights, not far away is the Grüneburgpark, a beautiful park where you can stroll or challenge friends to volleyball or table tennis.