Hamburg's cultural hotspot has everything a foodie's heart could desire. Veg(etari)ans especially will get their money's worth.
Adjacent to the Ratsherrn brewery, this 'old girl' serves grilled meat, hearty salads and an impressive array of local and international beers.
This cosy falafel joint is exactly the retreat needed after a long day (or night) in bustling Sternschanze or Eimsbüttel.
A French bistro in the heart of Sternschanze. Treat yourself to moules frites, steak tartar and many other classics.
TV-cook Tim Mälzer's home base in Schanzenviertel offers high-quality dining that comes at a surprisingly affordable rate.
Authentic treats like tamales and horchata, as well as a serious list of tequilas and mezcal, will transport you right to Mexico. Buen Provecho!
Hamburg's first Sichuan restaurant also happens to be all veg(etari)an. The flavourful dishes are perfect for sharing so go on and try everything!
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.
The menu will transport you right to Spain. Enjoy tapas and paellas as well as excellent grilled steaks and fish at this Schanze favourite.
The young and hip come to this all-vegan café in Karoviertel for breakfast, cake and sandwiches.
Formerly called "Hate Harry", the youngest Hatari family offspring serves contemporary favourites like bowls, stacks and burgers.
Maritime fine dining at its best, this eco-friendly restaurant serves picture-perfect seafood dishes in 4, 5, 6, 7, or 8 course constellations.
Meateaters, vegetarians and vegans all agree: some of the best burritos in town can be found in the hip heart of Hamburg.
This hip Korean restaurant in the middle of Sternschanze is the perfect place to try kimbap, often described as Korean sushi.
This extremely popular vegan/vegetarian, Canadian-owned diner on Max-Brauer-Allee serves breakfast and lunch the North American way.
This Austrian restaurant with locations in the Karolinenviertel and Eimsbüttel specialises in Tyrolean dishes, namely hearty Knödel dumplings.
Nil is known for its great service, first-class menus and in-house cooking classes. Do reserve, as tables are always in high demand.
The only joint in town to serve the sought-after Beyond Burger, veg(etari)ans and carnivores alike love this local burger chain.
This delightful crêperie in Karoviertel serves the same delicious Breton-style buckwheat galettes as big sister Ti Breizh in Deichstraße.
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!
Right on the border of Eimsbüttel and Sternscanze, Yanomami serves up fresh, exquisite dishes from Venezuela with a little Peruvian influence.