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From the legendary Fischmarkt on the Elbe river to the lively Ottensen quarter: the district of Altona is full of culinary surprises.
Little has changed here since 1905. This rustic restaurant still serves traditional, hearty, North German meals in an authentic atmosphere.
Different takes on seafood from Japanese to Italian combined with a great view of the Elbe make the Am Kai a must-visit.
A Hamburg success story, Balutschistan stands for tasty Pakistani food and a cosy atmosphere.
This pie shop offers hot, savoury pies fresh from the oven with both traditional British and Aussie flavours, as well as some more experimental recipes.
Animal lovers will adore the cosy atmosphere of this all-vegan comfort food joint with locations in Ottensen and Winterhude.
Celebrity cook Steffen Henssler and his father Werner run this top-notch sushi fusion restaurant — aptly located by the Fish Market.
With much more to offer than just kebabs, this incredibly popular Turkish restaurant by the Altona train station shouldn't be missed.
The vintner of the beautifully-located La Vela restaurant introduces only the best of wines from his Italian homeland.
Flavourful dishes and excellent wines make this Modern Lebanese restaurant a popular destination for foodies. Reservations recommended!
This small Venezuelan eatery eatery serves up arepas stuffed full of beans, cheese, avocado and more.
Part of the Gastwerk hotel, located inside an old gasworks, Mangold offers a creative combination of the traditional and modern.
The only joint in town to serve the sought-after Beyond Burger, veg(etari)ans and carnivores alike love this local burger chain.
Sometimes all you need is a hearty soup to warm your belly. Choose from 8 different soups, add your choice of toppings and spoon away!
Far-Eastern food in all of its varieties, from traditional to modern, can be enjoyed in the busy streets of Ottensen.