The kosher museum café FLOWDELI embodies a modern urban gastronomy concept that blends elements from Eastern European, Oriental, and Israeli cuisine. The word “deli,” derived from “delicatessen,” is a combination café, restaurant, and shop for home-made delicacies. In Anglo-American culture, delis shape the cityscape; New York, to take one example, is home to well-known names like Katz’s, Ben’s, Liebman’s, and Russ & Daughters.
FLOWDELI is the only dairy kosher café in Frankfurt. Its menu is vegetarian, and everything can be ordered as takeaway. Delicacies such as wine, challah, honey, and coffee can be purchased for home consumption. All the FLOWDELI’s food and drinks can be ordered to go for an office lunch break or snack. The FLOWDELI is easy to find: behind the museum’s main entrance, it’s upstairs on the right.
Dairy kosher dishes in the FLOWDELI. All food and drinks can also be taken "to go" for your lunch break at the office or elsewhere.
Dairy kosher delicacies from the FLOWDELI.
The coffee in the FLOWDELI comes from the innovative Frankfurt coffee roasting company Hoppenworth & Ploch.
The FLOWDELI also offers Shabbat packages with challot, kosher wine and various delicacies to pre-order. Visit the FLOWDELI website for further information.
Open in November
The FLOWDELI remains open despite the Corona lockdown and offers dairy-kosher delicacies and drinks to go from Wednesdayyto Friday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. From 21 December to 10 January the FLOWDELI team takes a creative break.
60311 Frankfurt am Main