We love our neighbours. The Bahnhof district has a huge selection of restaurants and we have compiled for you a list of the best.
Stanley Diamond | Ottostrasse 16
This is good home cooking really, but with a completely different approach. In the Stanley Diamond you will find top-quality international palate teasers on a changing menu. If you’re curious and like surprises, choose the set menu – it’s perfect for those who can’t decide.
In the beginning there was the classic food truck. From the idea to turn simple street food into fine dining (or was it the other way round?) the Goose Gourmet was born. Today there is a changing business lunch with a creative, international touch and ingredients from the region.
Kleine Anna | Mainzer Landstraße 111
Fancy a sandwich? Then off to Kleine Anna. The absolute speciality here is the crusty oven-baked bread with your choice of topping, grilled if desired.
Freitagsküche | Mainzer Landstrasse 105
Apart from changing and varied daily lunch specials the Freitagsküche holds regular dinner evenings that only have one thing in common: different guest chefs who prepare menus in their own style – a very exciting experience.
7 Bello | Niddastrasse 82
Pizza and amore! Almost next door 7 Bello does a delicious Margarita e Prosciutto, but also a sound selection of tasty pasta dishes. True to the family style, people meet here for lunch or after work and make themselves comfortable. In the summer you can sit outside and experience the feel of the neighbourhood at first hand.
Mian Nudelhaus | Niddastrasse 52
In the Mian there’s a small but fantastic choice of noodle dishes in all shapes and sizes, including vegan. Chinese noodles at their best! The dumplings are a must, they’re a real speciality and can easily be shared when eaten as a starter.
Walon & Rosetti | Moselstrasse 15
The nonchalance of the restaurant and bar is underlined by its minimalistic decor featuring wood, steel and striking green walls. The concept that made Walon & Rosetti the place to be offers fine dining without pomposity, leaving the flamboyance to the products served and their preparation.
Maxie Eisen | Münchener Strasse 18
Pastrami is the thing to order here – in honour of Maxie Eisen who gave the restaurant its name. He was a genuine Chicago gangster in the 1920’s and a leading figure in the Jewish meat association. So, obviously, the favourite dish is pastrami. Of course there is other typical Deli food plus a selection of very fine drinks and an interesting decor.
Panino | Ludwigstrasse 7
Panino will definitely satisfy your idea of a Mediterranean lunch or dinner. In this family restaurant plates are heaped with Balkan, Italian and other Mediterranean specialities and the guests enjoy.
Punto & Pasta | Ottostrasse 4
Down-to-earth, prepared with love and of course with parmesan, here you will find all the great classics of the Italian cuisine as served by la nonna, including good pasta and a crispy pizza.
True Tasty | Ludwigstrasse 13
A real insider tip for all fans of Asian food, True Tasty serves Chinese street food. Noodles, pancakes and skewers, all with an authentic Chinese taste that’s hard to find.
Fletchers | Münchener Strasse 11
What makes a really good burger? Home-baked buns, patties from a reputable butcher and all the other ingredients prepared fresh on a daily basis. Fletchers has the “better burger” concept and you can choose from several options.
Skyline Plaza | Europa-Allee 6
Admittedly, the Skyline Plaza consists mainly of the standard range of chain stores but it does have a few unusual shops and a food court rich in variety. The truly spacious rooftop garden lives up to the name of the Mall and offers a splendid view of the skyline – a real highlight.