In every European city you find corners of times past, where clocks seem to have stopped ticking and class translates into brocade and golden fringes. Despite it being the beacon for European modernity, even Frankfurt has such timeless places, and Cafe Maingold may very well be the most remarkable of them all.
With an ambience that may resemble that of the old coffee shops in Eastern Europe, Cafe Maingold is one of those places where you can go regardless of what you are up for. Cafe Maingold is a great place for coffee and tea with a book or a friend, but it is also great for a drink or even some light dinner. Chill out and enjoy the unique environment in these music-filled rooms. The service is efficient and the staff are always ready to welcome you with a smile.
As for the food, Cafe Maingold offers a careful if short selection of dishes – I am particularly fond of their grilled feta cheese but they also offer salads, pasta and even Flammkuchen (the German take on pizza-like food).
Who would have thought that one could find such a pearl so close to the city centre?
– Booking a table is strongly recommended, especially if you are more than two.
– Get your cash! Card payments are not accepted.