Fodor's Expert Review Zum Rad

$ Outer Frankfurt German

Named for the huge Rad (wagon wheel) that serves as a centerpiece, this is one of the few Apfelwein taverns in Frankfurt that makes its own apple wine, which it's been doing since 1806. It's located in the villagelike district of Seckbach, on the northeastern edge of the city. Outside tables are shaded by chestnut trees in an extensive courtyard. The typically Hessian cuisine, with giant portions, includes such dishes as Ochsenbrust (brisket of beef) with the ubiquitous herb sauce, and several kinds of schnitzel. Reservations recommended on weekends.

German Lively Lunch Dinner $

Quick Facts

Leonhardsg. 2
Frankfurt, Hesse  60389, Germany

069-479–128

www.zum-rad.de

Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues. No lunch Mon.–Sat.

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