Osterstrasse is the inofficial centre of this popular residential area where artisan bakeries, trendy burger joints and cocktail bars abound.
This cosy falafel joint is exactly the retreat needed after a long day (or night) in bustling Sternschanze or Eimsbüttel.
Authentic treats like tamales and horchata, as well as a serious list of tequilas and mezcal, will transport you right to Mexico. Buen Provecho!
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.
Opposite Christuskirche station, 'Free Swimmer' offers all-time classics, creative new compositions, and everything in between.
Maritime fine dining at its best, this eco-friendly restaurant serves picture-perfect seafood dishes in 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 course constellations.
Your heart beats fast at the mention of bulgogi, bibimbab and haemul pajeon? Head to this authentic Korean restaurant and dig in.
Flavourful dishes and excellent wines make this Modern Lebanese restaurant a popular destination for foodies. Reservations recommended!
This Austrian restaurant with locations in the Karolinenviertel and Eimsbüttel specialises in Tyrolean dishes, namely hearty Knödel dumplings.
At its two locations in Eimsbüttel and Poppenbüttel, Mazza serves up exquisite Arabian delights in a modern, hip atmosphere.
A Mexi-Cali love story in Eimsbüttel. Burritos, bowls and guacamole await in this colourful Osterstrasse eatery.
This Korean eatery serves classic dishes like chewy tteokbokki rice cakes in a spicy stew at locations in the City Centre and Eimsbüttel.
SomeDimSum is a great restaurant to visit with a group. Orders of their perfect, succulent dumplings and other small plates are perfect for sharing.
Right on the border of Eimsbüttel and Sternscanze, Yanomami serves up fresh, exquisite dishes from Venezuela with a little Peruvian influence.