Pommes are known in this country primarily "red and white", often called "Pommes Schranke". Or only with ketchup or - and then it becomes almost experimental - with fried onions. But that's where it really ends. But why actually? The classic french fries always taste delicious, but there is so much more you can do with the fried potato sticks. The proof is called "poutine" and it's a Canadian snack classic. Loosely translated as "mess", the delicacy combines fries with various toppings and spicy sauces. And it's not just Canadians who love their poutine; in Düsseldorf, Cologne and Aachen, too, this type of frites has become a beloved alternative to the usual french fry treat as a main course.
This is thanks to the family-run snack bar FRITTENWERK, which is now coming to Frankfurt this summer. The first branch outside NRW will open centrally at the main station. In a former hotel at the Kaisersack, FRITTENWERK will offer pure enjoyment and relaxation on two floors. On the small, creative and variable menu you will find, besides the Canadian classic - fries with gravy and cheese curds - also fiery chili cheese fries, creamy mushroom cream sauce and spicy pulled pork or pulled chicken. It is important to the operators that every guest finds a suitable variant for himself here. Vegetarians and Vega­ner should come here just as much at their expense, as meat lovers. But the whole thing should not only be creative, new and delicious, but also affordable. A classic portion of fries is therefore already available from 2.30 euros. The poutines, being a filling main course, are a little more expensive, costing between 4.90 to 6.90 euros.
That the people of Frankfurt love original and delicious street food is proven by the success of various food trucks and street food festivals. So the poutines from FRITTENWERK fit perfectly in Frankfurt and are a good addition to the already very diverse range. It is also very nice that FRITTENWERK is committed to a sustainable, fresh and regional food culture not only in NRW, but also in Frankfurt. For example, ingredients are sourced from regional traders and farmers, and plastic packaging is largely dispensed with. This environmentally friendly attitude is also to be reflected in the interior. Numerous plants, green walls and a fresh herb shelf provide a friendly­lich climate and give each store its individual charm. And that should also be the case in the beautiful old building at the main station.
After all, the guests should feel comfortable here. Because even if all dishes are also available to take away, the guests should also want to spend a little more time here. Whether this will go down well with the people of Frankfurt? We can actually assume that it will. In any case, we are already very excited about the poutines and the team from FRITTENWERK, which will bring a breath of fresh air to Frankfurt's street food scene in just a few weeks. We will of course keep you up to date!
Where?: Am Hauptbahnhof 10, 60329 Frankfurt a. M.
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