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Frankfurt Restaurant for a Wi-Die?

Markcron, that sounds perfect for me except I won't have a car and wouldn't want to drive after what I'd do in a place like that!
Many thanks, though, I'll most certainly go there on my next visit to the region.
Best to you,
Pierre

Jun 06, 2011
PierreRovani in Europe

Frankfurt Restaurant for a Wi-Die?

Thanks again hungry.schatzi. It appears Saturday June 11 is an exception for Tiger and that they will normally be open on weekends... This issue of the best restaurants being closed on weekends is true in most European capitals... Oh well!.
Best,
Pierre

Jun 03, 2011
PierreRovani in Europe

Frankfurt Restaurant for a Wi-Die?

Many thanks for your reply hungry.schatzi.
You're right, Tiger-Restaurant is usually open Saturdays but not on the one I'll be in Frankfort, June 11. Your recommendation of Döpfner's is well noted and I thank you very much for the tip.
Best to you,
Pierre

Jun 03, 2011
PierreRovani in Europe

Frankfurt Restaurant for a Wi-Die?

Hi everyone,
I'm a certified Wi-Die (a Wino Foodie) and I'm going to be in Frankfurt on an upcoming Saturday (June 11). Any recommendations for a restaurant with excellent food that also has a top-flight wine list? Having gone through past posts and having done a bit of research, I've learned that Francais is closed weekends and it would appear that Tiger-Restaurant is as well.
Do any of you have any ideas? The food and wine can be from anywhere, just as long as it's really good... Though I'd be super excited if we could find a place with great German wines...
Many thanks in advance!
Pierre

May 31, 2011
PierreRovani in Europe

Burgundy Restaurants

Malan, I believe Stephane Leger's Le Chassagne in Chassagne-Montrachet is open Sunday (terrific creative food). In Beaune both Le Gourmandin (place Carnot) and La Ciboulette (rue de Lorraine) are. Both of these serve burgundian standards as well as some creative dishes.

Oct 03, 2010
PierreRovani in France

and now Burgundy...

There are a lot of good places in and around Beaune, from the high end and sophisticated (Lameloise was mentioned, as was Le Montrachet in Puligny), to up and coming creative chefs (like Stephane Leger in Chassagne at Le Chassagne), to more relaxed but delicious places like Ma Cuisine. What type of place are you looking for? Do you wish to walk or are you up for a drive?

Aug 17, 2010
PierreRovani in France