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Spanische essen gehen in Frankfurt – Top-Tipps

Paella, Tapas und guter Wein – wer denkt da nicht gleich an einen schönen Urlaub in Spanien? Zum Glück gibt es in Frankfurt einige spanische Restaurants, die nicht nur ein klein wenig von diesem Urlaubs-Feeling verbreiten, sondern dabei auch noch den Gaumen verwöhnen. Dabei wird auch immer wieder auf besonders schmackhafte Art deutlich, wie vielseitig die spanische Küche ist und wie positiv es sich ausgewirkt hat, dass verschiedene Kulturen im kulinarischen Erbe des Landes ihre Spuren hinterlassen haben. Für dieses Special haben wir Euch mal ein paar von unseren Lieblings-Restaurants herausgesucht, in denen Ihr in Frankfurt besonders lecker spanisch Essen gehen könnt.

Bodega el Amigo
Casa Pintor
Centro Cultural Gallego

Bodega el Amigo

Small but nice: Bodega el Amigo in Bornheim offers a great selection of delicious tapas and tasty main dishes in a charming ambience. An eye-catcher, which also pleases the palate, are the fried chorizo slices, which are served flambéed with brandy. The sea bass roasted on the lava grill or the Paella Valenciana Mixta with whole prawns, squid rings, mussels and chicken are also a delight.


As a family-run business, this Moorish-Spanish tapas bar places great value on being close to its guests. This is then also noticeable in the friendly atmosphere and the friendly service. A sophisticated cuisine with a changing weekly menu and a large selection of tapas spoil the palates and ensure that here really everyone goes home happy and satisfied. In addition to the restaurant, an extensive catering program is also offered.

Important info: No card payment is possible, only cash or Paypal

Casa Pintor

With tapas, flamenco sounds and wine, you really feel like you're in Spain here, even though you're actually sitting in Frankfurt's Nordend. The restaurant, which also hosts concerts or exhibitions from time to time, convinces with a good selection of tapas from meatballs in tomato sauce to spicy chorizo frito to olives or prawns in garlic sauce. Great wine and a cozy atmosphere additionally contribute to a successful Spanish evening.

Centro Cultural Gallego

At Centro Gallego, Spanish joie de vivre is enjoyed at its purest. From the sangria, to the sauces and soups, to the pan-fried paella - everything here is lovingly homemade and fresh. Particularly recommended are Pulpo a la Gallega, the Croquetas, the Bacalao variations - and of course the Paella, which is available by advance order from two people.


When the prawns sizzle in hot garlic oil or the paella sizzles in the pan, your mouth quickly waters. Octopus prepared Galician style, mussels in spicy tomato sauce or the Iberico pork tenderloin with potatoes are just a few reasons why this classic of Spanish cuisine has been so popular for many years. Therefore, you should also better reserve a table beforehand.