Time Out says
The Bahnhofsviertel is Frankfurt’s hip quarter, and Walon & Rosetti is a top spot for good food and cocktails with a relaxed, stylish crowd
Frankfurt’s Bahnhofviertel (or train station quarter) is gritty and unappealing, except for excellent restaurants like Walon & Rosetti. Be forewarned: the dining experience at this hip bar and grill is unusual. The music is loud and the space gets dark at night. Decor is sparse—on one side is an austere bar; on the other, wooden tables topped with nothing but candles are lined along green walls. The food is top tier; the menu changes every three months and most portions are enough for two, which explains the steep prices. Dishes cater to vegetarians and carnivores alike—think eggplant with saffron yoghurt, bulgur with dried apricots, grilled octopus salad and tagliata with salsa verde and fries. It gets crowded here, so we suggest arriving on the early side—and remember to bring cash, as credit cards aren’t accepted.