|Salad at Restaurant Taverne|
Diners can choose from three different areas, each on its own level within the establishment.
My wife and I stayed at the hotel for seven nights during a recent visit to Frankfurt and decided to try the restaurant for a light, late dinner. We were very glad we did.
Our server, Andrei, greeted us promptly upon arrival, graciously let us use the bit of German we both have, and recommended a couple of local wines for our dinner.
|Fondue at Restaurant Taverne|
The restaurant’s Swiss theme apparently worked, as fondue seemed just the thing to accompany the wine. The first course was followed by salad and risotto, with glasses of pear schnapps for our digestif.
Our total was about €100, not including a 10 percent gratuity, which is considered quite acceptable in Germany.
Even if you’re not traveling through or staying at the Frankfurt Airport (FRA), I recommend a visit to Restaurant Taverne in the Sheraton. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised by what you find.
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