Restaurant Guide Hamburg

 Food Guide Hamburg! The restaurant guide for Hamburg City Centre, Harbour, Reeperbahn and many more great spots. Photos, honest reviews and a big map for a better overview. #Hamburg #Restaurant #best #city #citytrip #bestrestaurant

Hello my dear Hamburg Lovers!

On this page I introduce you to my most favourite restaurants, cafés and bars all over Hamburg – Germany’s most beautiful city in the north. This page is constantly updated, as good food never ends. As it is almost impossible forme to eat and test that much food I’ve asked some local friends for their favourite spots to eat and drink and I’m still planning to visit a lot more.
I’ve done a lot of restaurant tours with my foodie friend Jenny from Discovering Legacies. You can find her recommendations here: Hamburg’s best Restaurants – from low budget to ballin’

My detailed reviews are linked below this map:

Restaurant recommendations

Landhaus Scherrer* (upscale, classic Hamburg cuisine) $$$
Meatery Steakhouse* (high-quality steak) $$$
Otto’s Burger Schanze(delicious burgers, shakes and cocktails) $$
Vlet at the Alster(original Hamburg cuisine) $$$
Vlet at the Warehouse District (modern interpreted Hamburg cuisine) $$$
Hygge at the Hotel Landhaus Flottbek* (high quality German / Scandinavian Food in a cozy, stylish atmosphere) $$$
Restaurant Lenz(a bit further out of town, serving amazing duck and other classic German food) $$
Restaurant Nil* (one of the stylish kind, serving good food in a coffee house atmosphere) $$
Luigi’s (the best pizza at the Portuguese district, and funny staff) $
Quan Do (best Vietnamese street kitchen you will find in Hamburg) $
Fränzi (vegetarian and vegan restaurant, great burgers and waffles) $
Azeitona (vegetarian and vegan Arabic food) $
Nasch (cozy little café that serves vegan food) $
Frank & Frei (cozy place for hearty burgers and other comfort food) $
Kimo (great falafel place at the ‘Schanzenviertel’) $

Recommendations from my peeps that I haven’t tested myself yet
Kiez Curry (best currywurst at the Kiez)
Alte Helgoländer Fischerstube (fish restaurant)
Copper House
Braugasthaus Altes Mädchen (comfort food such as burgers and craft beer)
Bullerei (home base of the German chef Tim Mälzer)
Kleine Brunnenstraße 1
Karls Café & Weine (petit Ethiopian restaurant)

Café and breakfast recommendations

Coelln’s Mutterland* (best cinnamon buns aka Franzbrötchen in town, as well as other great breakfast choices) $$
Café von der Motte* (breakfast and homemade cakes in a cozy side street) $$
Die Rösterei (coffee and baked goods close to the central station Hamburg) $
Café Panther (best carrot cake in town) $
Saal II (good (also vegan) breakfast, not too expensive) $
Mamalicious (serving the best vegan pancakes and french toast you can possibly get) $

Recommendations from my peeps that I haven’t tested myself yet
Café Zuckermonarchie
Due Baristi
Herr Max (fine Patisserie)
Less Political

Bar recommendations

Koralle Bar (Kiez)
Zur Ritze German for ‘crack’ (old pub with a boxing ring in the basement)
3-Zimmer-Wohnung (Kiez)
Gun Club (Kiez)
Berliner Betrüger (Schanze)
Otzentreff (Kiez)
Herz (Kiez, Reeperbahn)

And what’s next?

Now that you’re covered with the culinary side of Hamburg go an check out this useful Guide for Hamburg (from a local)


*Disclaimer: Some of the mentioned restaurants provided us with a free meal in return for an honest review. Those posts are labelled at the end of the post. However, you can always count on my honest, cheeky opinion. I wouldn’t recommend you anything that I didn’t like. In fact, many restaurants that we were invited to have been visited by me again 🙂

 

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