Restaurants in Hamburg
Hamburg is one of Germany's best cities when it comes to restaurants serving seafood dishes. In the morning the fishing boats come into port with the night's catch. Fish, healthy stews, multicultural food and traditional German fare, such as "Birnen, Bohnen und Speck" (Pears, Beans and Pork) are meals not to be missed. Hamburg has about 4000 restaurants and here below you will find some of them.
You'll find more restaurants in the Restaurants in St. Pauli section.
Cox is one of Hamburg's most fashionable restaurants, serving German cuisine with a touch of France. The restaurant's chef uses spices from around the World and the food is very good based on the plate. The restaurant is simple but luxuriously decorated with red leather and is a popular place with professional staff.
Address: Lange Reihe 68 och Greifswalder Strasse 43 (entrance from two parallel streets)
Telephone: +49 (0)40 24 94 22
At Fischküche fresh fish and seafood from the today's catch is prepared to superb meals. The cooking takes place in a corner of the restaurant so that guests can see what is cooked.
Address: Kajen 12
Telephone: +49 (0)40 36 56 31
Tafelhaus has outdoor seating overlooking the harbor when the evenings are warm. When it is cold you can sit indoors and look out over the harbor. Christian Rach who is the owner and chef, makes use of the current seasonal ingredients, including game and fish. The dishes on the menu are replaced at regular intervals, and many of the main courses are for two people and takes a while to cook. Christian Rach also offers chef courses.
Address: Neumühlen 17
Telephone: +49 (0)40 89 27 60
Jena Paradies has been decorated in a typical 30th century design with photographs on the walls of both known and (for many foreigners) unknown celebrities. The largest photograph is of Albert Einstein, which looks out over the restaurant's guests. Here you can sit in a relaxed setting and menu changes from day to day.
Address: Klosterwall 23
Telephone: +49 (0)40 32 70 08
Peter Lembcke is a restaurant with genuine north German cuisine, which has been a local favorite since 1910. The menu boasts Hamburgisch traditional eel and labskaus, which is a mixture of pork, potatoes and spices. This served fried eggs and a pickled herring editing.
Address: Holzdamm 49
Telephone: +49 (0)40 24 32 90