Frankfurt has a reputation for being an expensive city so TD and I did some research on where we could get a cheap bite and decent food. Da Cimini has the reputation for being the best pizza in town. I cannot say myself if that is true because I have not tried pizza’s in other restaurants, but we enjoyed our simple Italian meal of Pizza Quattro Formaggio and Penne al Arrabiata (not pictured because it was inhaled before I was able to photograph) in this is a hole in the wall and the price was very reasonable by Frankfurt’s standards. You can see the prices in the menu (link below). So if you have a tight budget in Frankfurt, I can recommend this place.
It is more like a take-away place than a sit-down restaurants. You can also call ahead for pick up. There are a few tables, which are always packed, but if you wait a little while a table will clear because service and turnover of customers is very fast. It’s also easy enough to ask other guests if you can share a table with them.
The italians running the place are very friendly and one guy in particular was game to pose and smile for pictures.
Some basic Deutsch or Italian is needed for ordering, but I think italian dishes names are familiar enough for many people and the menu is above counter for everyone to see.