The Gallus quarter is probably one of the least talked-about quarters in Frankfurt; however, from a culinary perspective, I think it’s got quite a lot to offer (see also my review for Konoman here). There are a number of great ethnic food spots that have popped up over the past 5-10 years and it’s quickly becoming a trendy living destination for a number of Frankfurters.
If I had to pick my favorite in the area however it would definitely be Eliá Restaurant. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better Greek restaurant in Frankfurt.
I always have the lamb here, as the marinade they use for it is fantastic, but you also can’t go wrong with any of their fish options. The food is always plated with style and care, and you can tell there’s quite a lot of thought put into the menu.
The service is routinely warm and welcoming and the waiters aren’t afraid to crack a joke or two, which is great. There’s also a large patio, which makes for a nice atmosphere in the warmer months.
If you’re looking for Mediterranean food that goes a bit farther than traditional fare, Eliá Restaurant is a good pick.