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From City Hall and Jungfernstieg to the Portuguese Quarter near Landungsbrücken: a never ending supply of great food options awaits.
Mussels served with fries? Atelier F unites French and American cooking, making you ask, 'Am I in Hamburg or SoHo?'
Set in a former publishing house, this restaurant offers creative takes on both French and North German cuisines.
A slice of Paris in central Hamburg! Enjoy bistro classics and great wines in an elegant art nouveau setting. The macarons are scrumptious.
This Portuguese restaurant is run by a family from Mortagua. Mother stands behind the grill while the rest of the family serves the guests.
Is it lunchtime yet? This down-to-earth lunch restaurant specialises in excellent cuts of meat, served with potato salad or bread.
As the name suggests, you've come to the right spot to enjoy fresh salads, soups and smoothies. Two locations in central Hamburg.
Enjoy liters of aromatic, home-brewed beer alongside platters of freshly cut meat in this underground, city centre brewery. Zum Wohl!
Award-winning chefs are in charge of culinary creativity at this Michelin-star studded restaurant inside the Vier Jahreszeiten.
Bavarian culture is celebrated with large beers, sausages of all kinds and traditionally-clad waiters. Three locations in Hamburg.
This health-conscious chain serves fresh smoothies, juices, salads, wraps and sandwiches that vegans and carnivores alike will love.
The high-quality Italian dishes at this charming osteria near City Hall draw in politicans, journalists, locals and tourists alike.
Gravad lax, Danish hotdogs, Köttbullar and more: Karlsons serves Scandinavian breakfast and lunch dishes at two locations in Hamburg.
Located on bustling Großneumarkt square, Katana specialises in California-style sushi with lots of interesting combos and sauces.
Located in an historic alleyway next to the impressive St Michael's Church, this restaurant serves classic North German dishes.
Looking for authentic, Japanese cuisine? Founded in 1982, Matsumi was targeted specifically at Japanese patrons living in Hamburg.
A long list of famous names proves it: the best-known athletes, celebrities and politicians have had a taste of labskaus right here.
The glorious City Hall houses two parliaments: while politicians convene upstairs, the restaurant/bar downstairs is just as representative.
The menu at this award-winning yet approachable wine bistro will have you speaking in (French) tongues by the end of the evening!
This charming Spanish restaurant advertises with 'ham, tapas and wine', but offers so much more. Argentinian steak, for instance.
This self-acclaimed 'createry' serves salads and pizzas made with locally-sourced ingredients. It also boasts an integrated wine bar!
Experience fine wining and dining at this waterfront restaurant that favours real high-class Greek meals over standardised fast food.
Gourmet dining by the Alster or in the historic Speicherstadt. Enjoy innovative cooking with locally-sourced ingredients.