Artistic and culinary finesse combine to make the Tigerpalast one of the best addresses in town. Martin Göschel and his team toil away in the ... More
Artistic and culinary finesse combine to make the Tigerpalast one of the best addresses in town. Martin Göschel and his team toil away in the kitchen of the dome-roofed restaurant, while visitors admire the fine contemporary art on the first floor. Dishes such as Glazed Fillet of Turbot on Potato and Truffle Mousse recently earned the restaurant a highly-prized Michelin star and 17 Gault Millau points. Johnny Klinke, former student protestor and owner of the restaurant, has come to understand that the best revolutions are culinary rather than political.
The gourmet part is really outstanding. The sommelier is a very interesting personality. Check her out!
The bad news: the interior/ambiance of the restaurant contradict all the above. It simply does not fit! You have the impression of being in a lap-dance bar. Spoils all the positive impressions. Get blind-folded and enjoy! Nothing pervert please:)
Very pricey... but the best restaurant in the area
By A Yahoo Contributor, 10/29/04
I've lived in Frankfurt for ten years, and I have yet to find a person who disagrees with me on this: The Tigerpalast is certianly *very* expensive, but undoubtedly the most distinguished dining experience you will find around here - it's one of those few restaurants in the world where dining still is an experience, and not just the exchange of a lot of money for okay food and a waiter who doesn't get the fact that he's living off your tips. The Tigerpalast: The one and only place to go when money is not an issue. Also, check out the shows! Real tigers and much more!
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