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Falafel Burger at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt

by Lisa
Falafel Burger and sweet potato fries at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt

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When walking to Frankfurt Train Station two weeks ago I discovered another burger restaurant that I just wanted to try – and now did: Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt. And what’s really accurate here, Der Fette Bulle is really a Restaurant, Burger Restaurant, with seating and table reservations and no queueing to order as there are waitresses and waiters. What’s also perfect during this current summer time is that there are also limited seats outside available. Unfortunately all were already taken or reserved when I arrived shortly after noon. The same situation happened inside but luckily we got the last free table for two.

The menu is printed on the Paper underlays so you can immediately start to decide what you want to eat and drink and there is no space occupied by huge menu cards or similar stuff. There were also no cutlery but that’s anyway something no one really needs when eating a Burger. Even though the restaurant was quite full the atmosphere was relaxed, not too loud and with a view on the kitchen we were able to order our drinks and burgers shortly after being seated. As their website is still under construction it’s not that much informative, and their menu is a A3-sized pdf document which takes quite long to load, but you can check it out here. I already checked it out prior my visit so I knew what I wanted: an iced tea (very good, not too sweet!) and the Falafel Burger with Sweet Potato Fries as a noon-special for just 8,99 € (for 1 burger + fries or salad). Besides this vegetarian burger Der Fette Buller offers another veggie burger and also a vegan one. For meat-/animal-eaters they offer burgers with meat and chicken in different varieties and tastes. As I never tried sweet potato fries I was quite curious and excited about their taste.

All the Burgers are served on wood plates, only the salads come in bowls, and are served per table at once. The Burgers are huge and the portion sweet potatoes was big enough as well. As a Dip I received a small portion of some kind of remoulade. Actually I wanted to order some mayonnaise but the staff was so busy that they just ignored me and also never asked if we needed something. Later I even almost had to shout at them to finally pay (also they didn’t manage to separate the bill to two, even after asking for it) and be noticed.
But back to the Food: As it was my first time trying Sweet Potato Fries I was curious weather I’ll like them – or not – and somehow they tasted like christmas to me. I don’t know if this is the usual taste but some flavor ruined them for me. At least they were crispy and good to eat, but just not my thing. What I immediately fell in love with was the Falafel Burger, with no doubt. Compared to the Falafel Burger at Fletcher’s Better Burger, that is just a few meteres away, the one from Der Fette Bulle is far better. The bread was delicious and soft, the variety of salads (salad, onions, cucumber, pickle, tomato, rocket) tasted fresh and the Garam-Masala Sauce on top the thin Falafel topped everything, with a cheese you could actually taste.

All in all I’ll definitely eat the Falafel Burger at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt, as well as the other Veggie and Vegan one, again and anytime soon. Even though they are a little pricey and the portions, burger and fries, are a little too big for me I’ll try the Menu with a Burger and Salad the next time. Let’s hope the Der Fette Bulle staff won’t ignore me then..

Address Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt

Kaiserstraße 73
60329 Frankfurt
Germany
+496990757004
Opening hours: 11am to 11 pm, daily

Falafel Burger at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt

Ice Tea at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt
Ice Tea at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt

Falafel Burger and sweet potato fries at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt
Falafel Burger and sweet potato fries at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt

Falafel Burger at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt
Falafel Burger at Der Fette Bulle Frankfurt


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Lisa
Hi, I'm Lisa and welcome to my Joy Della Vita Travelblog. Joy della Vita, inspired by the Italian language, means 'Joy of Life'. And this is what can be found here. Travel, Food, Mobility & (Travel-)Lifestyle.

1 Comments

  • Kate
    9 - July - 2015 at 2:17 PM

    Wow, that one looks delicious!

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