Where to Eat in Hamburg, Germany

Mon, 25 February 2019
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Elbgold Schanze

The Schanze branch of this specialty coffee roasters is a hip spot to indulge in that most German of traditions – kaffee and kuchen (coffee and cake). At weekends there’s even a dedicated “slow barista”, epitomising the care taken with each cup.

Brüder Lund

Named after the founding brothers, the Copenhagen-born Christoffer and Frederik Lund, this Nordic kitchen and wine bar has become one of the most popular addresses in the north of the city. Thanks to the careful selection of wines and the exquisite fish and meat dishes, you could easily spend days here.

Maria Magdalena

This quaint, laid-back hangout is furnished with retro lamps, antique porcelain and family pictures. It offers soup, stew and other comforting goodness, proudly combining Peruvian fare and Japanese slow cooking.

Berta Emil Richard Schneider

This bar-slash-restaurant is known for its reinterpretation of regional classics such as Labskaus (a potato dish with salted meat or herring, gherkins and onions). Other tapas-esque must-tries include the lobster roll and the chicken waffle.

Salt & Silver Zentrale

Salt & Silver is known for its modern touch on classic Latin-American dishes. Indulge in some juicy tacos, ceviche, quesadillas or… the list goes on. Knock down an icy mezcal margharita and order a few plates to share around the deliciousness.

Nord Coast

For artisan coffee, breakfast or brunch, look no further than this stylish haunt overlooking one of the Speicherstadt’s canals. With their own roastery, six different brewing methods and homemade dishes, this young team’s creations satisfy both sweet and savoury cravings.

Brüder Lund

Maria Magdalena

Berta Emil Richard Schneider

Salt & Silver Zentrale

Nord Coast

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