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Good old Germanic fare the way our grandparents made it, plus some innovative takes on regional dishes.
Adjacent to the Ratsherrn brewery, this 'old girl' serves grilled meat, hearty salads and an impressive array of local and international beers.
Little has changed here since 1905. This rustic restaurant still serves traditional, hearty, North German meals in an authentic atmosphere.
The Factory in Eilbek is housed in an old railway station. Drinks and hearty meals can be enjoyed indoors or in the beer garden.
Is it lunchtime yet? This down-to-earth lunch restaurant specialises in excellent cuts of meat, served with potato salad or bread.
Bavarian culture is celebrated with large beers, sausages of all kinds and traditionally-clad waiters. Three locations in Hamburg.
This Austrian restaurant with locations in the Karolinenviertel and Eimsbüttel specialises in Tyrolean dishes, namely hearty Knödel dumplings.
The glorious City Hall houses two parliaments: while politicians convene upstairs, the restaurant/bar downstairs is just as representative.
Located in a 17th-century timber-framed house, Schoppenhauer stands for hearty meals and a fine selection of wines.
This waterside restaurant in Speicherstadt offers a mix of German and Italian specialties, with quite a view to boot!
This rustic little restaurant in Hamburg's central Neustadt district focuses entirely on the best of Swabian cuisine.