We classify Sapôres as a medium price range restaurant.
- Monday 11h30 – 22h00
- Tuesday 11h30 – 22h00
- Wednesday 11h30 – 22h00
- Thursday 11h30 – 22h00
- Friday 11h30 – 22h00
- Saturday 13h30 – 22h00
- Sunday 17h00 – 22h00
The story: After arriving in Frankfurt, we deliver the rental car in Hauptbahnhof, the Central Train Station of Frankfurt. Walking to home we wanted to have something to eat, and Sapôres restaurant is always full of people and looks cosy and warm.
So we went inside:
The summer rolls are highly recommended, and the espresso for 1 euro is worth it.
Our rating from 1 to 5 stars is 4 stars.
The bathrooms are modern and clean. The food is good, but we don’t give the 5 stars because we had better soups in the past, so there is space for improvement. But the summer rolls are delicious! The service was quick and nice.
Frankfurt Foodie describes what you can drink and eat in Sapôres. They say fans of Vietnamese food should definitely pay a visit to Sapôres.
The history of Sapôres
Sapôres Sàigòn Street Food was opened in 2017. The restaurant belongs to a Vietnamese family that put together its first own restaurant.
According to FNP, the owners are Duy, Vuong, and Khai Doan. They share a common passion: the love to cook. Before opening the restaurant, they worked in Coa, and Mosch Mosch, 2 competitor restaurants, also in Frankfurt.
Genuss Magazine says the 3 brothers grew up in Frankfurt. Their parents came to Germany, with the help of Cap Anamur, as refugees.