Tucked into the ultra-modern, boutique Fritz Hotel in Düsseldorf’s city center, Fritz’s Frau Franzi tends towards the same minimalist Scandinavian design, embellished with luxe furnishings and place settings. A relative newcomer on the gastronomical scene in Düsseldorf, Fritz’s Frau Franzi touts itself as a “world kitchen with an experimental touch.” Its creative menu of locally-sourced small plates varies seasonally, and under the direction of chef Benjamin Kriegel, the spot just won a Michelin star. Stand-outs include Duroc pork belly, cooked for 36 hours, and a dessert of chocolate ganache, poached pear, pear-licorice ice cream and salted caramel. Open for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks, the extensive wine list and menu of signature cocktails—alongside the restaurant’s buzzy atmosphere and clear attention to detail—makes it a place you want to linger.
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