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塔克拉玛干维吾尔餐厅, 法兰克福分店
正宗维吾尔餐厅, 由乌鲁木齐维吾尔高级厨师担任主厨,为您献上各色维吾尔风味的佳肴
使您在异国他乡中也能享受烤全羊,羊肉串,大盘鸡,手工拉面,等特色美味
餐厅位于法兰克福市中心,交通方便,从总火车站出发地铁只有3站, 并且提供免费停车位置。
餐厅内位置充裕,菜肴种类齐全,是作独门花园餐厅,带啤酒花园。适合举办各种宴会以及旅游团的光顾。
另带有包酒席服务, 每桌66欧元、188欧元、,288欧元、666欧元 至888欧元不等。
塔克拉玛维吾尔餐厅的所有员工欢迎并期待您的惠顾,衷心祝愿您春节愉快,龙年如意。

营业时间: 11:00到14:30 17:30到23:00

地址: Mörfelderland Str. 210 60598 Frankfurt am Main

电话: 069-631992787

手机: 0176-60956261
要品尝传统菜式领略古雅气氛,到古城的市政厅地窖里开设的Raststatte餐厅,啤酒花园也很不错。
德國法蘭克福珊珊餐廳
乐园 China Restaurant Paradies
Baseler Str.10, /Wilhelm-Leuschner Str. 82
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Telefon:069-26 95 26 98 http://china-paradies.de/ 棕榈园(Palms Garden)
Westendstrasse 1
60325 Frankfurt am Main
Tel:069-745051
Fax:069-745053

Oeffnungszeit:
11:30-15:00
17:30-23:30

Spezialitaeten:
火锅(Huo Guo - hot pot Buffet)
鼎鼎盛(Ding Ding Sheng)
Moselstrasse 23
60329 Frankfurt am Main

Tel: 069 - 26 01 88 88
Fax: 069 - 24 26 96 26
翠园 (Jade Imbiss)
Moselstrasse 25
60329 Frankfurt am Main
Tel: 069 27135988‎
香格里拉(Shangrila)
Friedberger Anlage 1- 3
(In der Zoopassage)
60314 Frankfurt/ Main
Tel.: 069.90 47 65 77
Fax.: 069.90 47 65 79h http://www.shangrila-restaurant.de/home.html eMail : info@shangrila-restaurant.de
Oeffnungszeiten :
Mo - Sa: 11.30 - 15.00 Uhr 17.30 - 23.30 Uhr
Sonn und Feiertage: 11.30 - 23.30 Uhr
京海楼餐馆
自助新鲜水饺
电话:069-29724644
营业时间:11:00-15:00 17:00-22:00
地址:Berliner Str.26(罗马广场附近)

金锅(Der Goldene Wok)
Mainzer Landstrasse 793
65934 Frankfurt am Main

069 38778935‎0 http://www.dergoldenewok.de/ 燕京楼
Kaiserstr. 67
60329 Bahnhofsviertel,Frankfurt am Main

Tel: 069/232541 Fax: 069/24246407

私家菜馆: Sunrise China Restaurant
Hausener Weg 86
60489 Frankfurt/M.
Tel/Fax:069-78 70 28 58
新中国城(New Chinatown)
Münchener Str. 52
60329 Frankfurt
电话:069 240096019

彩虹园
Düsseldorfer Str.1-7
60329 Frankfurt am Main

Tel. 069-25 20 66
Fax.069-24 00 46 10

营业时间:
11:30 至 15:00
17:30 至 24:00

Sushi Ding
Elbestr. (原三宝茶厅)
60489 Frankfurt

Tel.: (0 69) 78 98 84 18
Montag-Freitag 11.00-15.00 und 17.00-23.00 Uhr
Samstag 17.00-23.00 Uhr
Sonntag 11.00-15.00 und 17.00-23.00 Uhr

闽记小馆
Nidda Str. 52
Tel: 069-25782971
法兰周边地区

长江大酒楼(YANGTSE )
Farmstrasse 101
64546 Walldorf, Moerfelden
Tel: 06105 275968‎
Fax: 06105 2759999 yangtse-restaurant.de 皇冠(Kaiserkrone)
Hagenauer Strasse 40
65203 Wiesbaden

Tel: 0611 9279728

阿马多尔餐厅(Restaurant Amador)
+49.6103.50.27.13,www.restaurant-amador.de
法兰克福附近
长江大酒家和澎湖大酒楼
从法兰克福向东大约30公里,有一个小城Friedberg,和平山。6年前,这里有一位来自中国福建的董安先生,开了一家“豪客来酒楼”S(China-Thai Restaurant)。
董 安是德国福建同乡联合总会的副会长,参加很多公益活动,人缘很好。他的太太来自浙江温州。他们夫妻俩人将这两个省份的经商天分完美结合起来,餐馆开张伊始 就风生水起,红红火火。据说,在德国有不少福建帅哥迎娶浙江美女的家庭,均在经营餐馆方面,大获全胜。 餐 馆的基调明亮,地板也是白色,给人非常洁净的感觉。四周的窗户透光,座位舒适。餐馆四周有停车位,到了晚间,餐馆后面的邮局等商家,有不少停车位可以使用。而周末时,餐馆里一位难求,不少人要排队等候。我们吃饭时发现,很多人从法兰克福等地特意赶来吃饭,说这里的味道最好。 询问董安先生最近的扩张计划,他提到,在今年年内,将在Giessen(Robert-Bosch 19,Linden Giessen)和Limburg an der Lahn再开两家同样的餐馆,已经开始装修。他也请本报记者告诉各位同胞,为了避免竞争导致两败俱伤的事情发生,请后来选择餐馆地址的朋友,能避开上面的两个地方。现在开一家大型的餐馆动辄投资50万到100万欧元,如果餐馆开得太近,互相竞争而导致生意不好,损失将很大。我们最近也经常刊登这样的启事,让大家能避开风险。
要去豪客来的朋友,请记住这个地址:China-Thai Restaurant,Hanauer Strasse 15,61169 Friedberg.Tel.:06031-772738. www.chin-thai.com. 从法兰克福向北去,经过著名的温泉城和赌场之城Bad Homburg,就会来到Taunus 南面山麓下的小镇Oberursel-Oberstedten。这里是法兰克福近郊富人区,居住着很多银行家。不少华人,包括来自台湾的商家,也居住在这一带。3年来,在这里有一家中餐馆“皇朝大酒楼”,因为生意红火而名闻遐迩。
老板是胡先生,他和胡太太均是温州文成人,多年前从荷兰来德国,开过几家餐馆。Oberstedten这家大型的自助蒙古烧餐馆,不像其他餐馆那样位于购物中心,而是处在居民区里。300多个座位的餐馆在一个小镇上,是否能开好?很多人不敢尝试。但是,胡老板开张了,并且一炮而红,食客络绎不绝。
皇朝大酒楼的装饰有皇家气派。地板和墙壁为黄色,气质高雅。大厅之外还有一个小厅,能容纳50人举行各种活动。大厅中有钢琴演奏,让前来就餐的客人在大饱口福之余也大饱耳福,有双重的享受。周末,餐馆里也是座无虚席,晚来的客人需要排队等候用餐。 笔者在这里见到一位多年前认识的跑堂女士,她在几家餐馆做过工。她说,这里生意好的一个重要原因,是胡老板人好,他对员工非常关心,在这里工作很开心,员工也很尽力和细心工作,以报答老板的善待。 要去皇朝大酒楼,就要记下这个地址:China-Restaurant Dynasty,Hauptstraße 21 61440 Oberursel-Oberstedten,Tel.:06172-1392277
朱俊卿
姓 名:朱俊卿
籍 贯:中国 江苏 扬州 江都 正谊
职 业:厨师(中式烹饪,高级技师)
现居地址:德国 法兰克福
工作地址:皇朝大酒楼
QQ 号码:15152221
手机号码:004915222067705

地区: 德国 > 法兰克福 分类:
中餐馆 名称: 新中国城酒家 广式菜 电话1: 06924009601
地址: münchener str.52. 60329 Franfurt
法兰克福花园饭店
地址,Bethmannstr.11 60311 Frankfurt am Main
开门时间11点30至23点30
电话,069293153.
德国法兰克福新世界酒楼蒋平&吴美凤夫妇
法兰克福
京海楼
• 地址:(德国)法兰克福Berliner Str. 32, 60311 Frankfurt Germany TEL:00496929724644

川外川酒楼
• 地址:(德国)法兰克福Elbestr. 7, 60329 Frankfurt am Main Germany http://www.csuchen.de/bbs/forumdisplay.php?fid=301 川外川大酒楼、燕京酒楼和长江大酒楼等,都设置了大屏幕电视和投影机

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