Not being inventive: This also applies to the Kempinski Hotel Frankfurt in Gravenbruch, which is currently unable to offer the popular Sunday brunch in the restaurant EssTisch due to the Corona pandemic. From 16 August, an alternative offer will be launched, which will allow guests to enjoy a wide range of culinary delights every Sunday lunchtime: The "Lunch Matinee"! This will be under changing mottos. Guests will be served a large selection of starters, cheese variations and desserts at the table. The highlight is the live station, where the main dishes are prepared in front of the guests' eyes.
Guests can expect five different starters, four different main courses, cheese and five different desserts: Instead of brunch, the Kempinski Hotel will offer a rich lunch selection. "At ‚Lunch-Matinee' we send our guests on a culinary journey through Europe", promises hotel director Karina Ansos. In August and September, delicacies from France are served, hence the addition: "Lunch Matinee: Vive la France". "Here, just like at brunch, they can enjoy the whole range of dishes." </For example, the kitchen offers a seafood selection of shrimp cocktail, mussels, home-pickled lime salmon, oysters and scallops as starters or a tartar variation of beef tartar, tomato avocado tartar, beluga lentil tartar. The main courses are prepared by chef Daniel Pause and his team at a live cooking station in front of the guests; here, for example, pot-au-feu &agrave is served; la bourgoise with boiled beef, baby carrots, leek, celery, fennel, radishes and potatoes, cod fillet <x> ampersand</x>agrave; la bordelaise or homemade goat cheese ravioli. On the dessert etagere you will find for example mousse au chocolat, raspberry eclairs, Crème brûlée, apricot tarts and macarons. Makes your mouth water as soon as you read, doesn't it? </In addition to the food, guests can look forward to live music. Lunch will be served every Sunday from August 16th from 12:30 to 15:00. The price of EUR 75 per person includes an aperitif, house wines, non-alcoholic drinks and coffee specialities. Children from six to eleven years pay EUR 37.50; infants are invited. Up to 80 guests can have lunch at the dining table; "after all, a good two thirds of our previous brunch attendance," says Karina Ansos. <strong>Reservations are required by calling 069 389 88 0 or sending an e-mail to email@example.com
The Sunday lunch is not the only way to enjoy Kempinski cuisine: The Torschänke and the historic Schoppenhof are open daily from 5:00 p.m. and, as usual, offer Hessian and other specialities in a rustic and cosy atmosphere. Cocktails and smaller dishes are available in the K-Lounge and the associated lakeside terrace overlooking the hotel's own lake, daily from 11:30 am. On warm summer evenings the terrace invites you to experience a spectacle of light, water and music with the hourly water games.