We didn't make an appointment, just squeezed in for dinner, probably because it was too early (we were told we had to leave before 7:30). It was a bit messy but fun, packed with locals and almost everyone was drinking cider. Food was good especially the blood liver sausages in the meat platter. The entertainment was obviously fun with people laughing and singing, but we didn't understand German and could only talk with a smile. Be aware that there is only cash available and don't expect change.
My favorite is the German Giant Meatballs. They are relatively light and taste great. They can also be eaten with kimchi and mashed potatoes. We also tried a plate of local cheese and a plate of eggs, and drank a bottle of local wine. The food is very simple, but it tastes good.
We did not make an appointment when we came, but we received a very warm reception. After waiting for about 15 minutes, the dishes were served. We ate steaks and sausages, the portion was very large, and it did not disappoint us. This is a very traditional German restaurant, and it is a pleasure to eat here.
A more common German restaurant, the taste of the food is OK, the portion is OK.
Traditional German restaurant. The design of the long old wooden table in the store allows strangers to chat and eat lively on the same table. Ebbelwoi Frankfurt's characteristic cider is made by mixing different sour apples. The wine cup is specially made of traditional Geripptes. Grillrippchen is a characteristic of Hessian. The pork steak is tender on the outside and tender on the inside. The choice of side dishes is also very elegant, with sauerkraut with apple slices and delicate and fragrant mashed potatoes. To experience German restaurant culture, you must not miss it here.