The oldest restaurant in Frankfurt, operated without interruption for several hundred years and just a few hundred yards away from the Römer town hall. Great interior decoration. Nothing is marked as gf on the menu but some of their authentic Frankfurt dishes are naturally gluten-free. My wife and I had the Tafelspitz, i.e., 4 slices of top round beef boiled tender in broth with root vegetables, accompanied by boiled potatoes garnished with finely diced parsley and the famous Frankfurt green sauce (grüne Soße), a cold dip made of sour cream, diced parsley, chives, water cress, and four other herbs, some egg and spices. A favorite of Frankfurt-born Goethe, the German classic poet, it‘s the perfect summer dish, really refreshing in the heat, and it goes well with Apfelwein (cider) or Apfelschorle (apple juice mixed with sparkling mineral water).
There are some sausage and sauerkraut dishes or the Schweinshaxen (roasted ham hock) that are probably okay too. Anything breaded like Schnitzel is obviously out, and I would ask about potential cross contamination before I would order the French fries.
— No gluten-free information on the menu
— Not Much