In many ways this place is typical of Old Sachsenhausen: apple wine and sauerkraut are served, there's no menu, and old sayings are written on the walls. But the interior is modern and the Frankfurt specialties are a cut above the rest. As proprietor Kay Exenberger puts it: "We're nearly as fast as a fast-food restaurant, but as gemütlich (quaint) as an apple wine locale must be." You order your food at the counter or by calling ahead, and everything can be wrapped up to go. It's so popular that reservations are a good idea even at lunch. Many rave about the chocolate pudding with vanilla sauce.