Dhe gastronomy, with its promise of a lot of work that is not directed by others, if you start your own business with a restaurant, always attracts the daring. Investors and homeowners hoping for a property to be enlivened by a catering business do the rest to keep bars opening. This happens even in difficult times like these, despite the lack of staff in the catering trade and although the last word has not yet been spoken about the further pandemic events. It’s nice when people dare to do something, like Hai Minh Hoang, who recently opened the L’Arôme restaurant in Frankfurt, right next to the “Komödie” and within sight of the opera and theater.
Hai has already left his mark in Frankfurt, he worked in the “Lafleur” in the Palmengarten-Gesellschaftshaus, under Alfred Friedrich. He had many fans as head chef at the “Frankfurt Embassy” in Frankfurt’s Westhafen. He cooked there French with an Asian twist, finely and precisely crafted, with flavors that were distinct but subtle; if sharpness stood out, then mostly needlepoint delicate. The food at L’Arôme is basically similar, some have a little more flavor and others less, the fish dishes are particularly good.