Blumen - Mediterranean Cuisine restaurant in Frankfurt
It’s all about a former "thug’s bar" (the Verbrecher-Bar was, in the early 1900’s the favourite hangout of the local crook Karl-Heinz Jäger) in a souterrain of Frankfurt’s Nordend area and about a headstrong young, creative and ambitious chef who just "does it his way”. The Blumen (German for “flowers”) is a very unique and small 20 seats restaurant with a wonderful bar, a young, relaxed atmosphere and service – in a tasteful minimalistic ambience.
“One should give the carrot the chance to be more than just a carrot” says Simon Horn, the owner and head-chef of the Blumen explaining his approach and concept. And talking of concepts, the Blumen is all about eating that which the restaurant can offer on a particular day. There is no a-la-carte menu … or wine card, for that matter. “This is the exciting thing about dining here guests don't know what they are going to get …. and, the catch is, we don’t know either!” Over a welcome Prosseco, the chef will personally discuss a multi-course menu with diners and, voila … c’est ça! Visitors to the Blumen can expect audacious French-Mediterranean oriented cuisine ocasionally highlighted by elements and ingredients from all corners of the globe prepared with only absolute top quality and market fresh products.
For guests booking way ahead more flexible menus may be discussed in advance. Dinners start from 4 course menus for € 42. Some pretty rare wines can be ordered for as little as € 19 the bottle.
The Blumen also has access to an array of exciting locations to accommodate groups of up to 800 guests.
60316 Frankfurt (Nordend)
Tel.: +49 (0)69 49086510
|Tue. from 20:00 BarEvening
Thu. to Sat.
|Private function room:||only full restaurant (20 seats)|