As I already mentioned in my article about Naïv (read it here), “Langosch am Main” is another mentionable spot around the “Fischerplätzchen”. The area is great for a stop during a stroll along the Main river or after a visit of Frankfurts sights as Römer or Kunsthalle Schirn (read the Schirn Kunsthalle article).
Besides being a great choice for dinners throughout the week or an afternoon snack on weekend, I like the fact that Langosch offers vegan and “regular” dishes, which have been difficult to find in Frankfurt up until now. Vegan options include wines and of course plant-based milk for your coffee- as well as vegan cakes and desserts.
Several gluten-free choices have been added to their menu as well, which makes Langosch a great place to indulge in great food even with specific eating habits.
The kitchen’s direction has its heart in Frankfurt, but plays around with oriental and Mediterranean ingredients and flavours.
Langosch offers a reasonable choice of regulars on their menu such as different salads, burgers, homemade fish fingers, or their vegan tapas plate, but for regular guests, their weekly changing specialties are plenty to find something new to try every time.
If I happen to come by at the right time of the day and the sun is shining directly at their outside seating area, I always have to stay at least for a coffee and enjoy the vivid and atmosphere.