Wash down your labskaus and eel soup with a kümmel schnaps. Traditional cooking is still alive and well in Hamburg.
Little has changed here since 1905. This rustic restaurant still serves traditional, hearty, North German meals in an authentic atmosphere.
Set in a former publishing house, this restaurant offers creative takes on both French and North German cuisines.
The yellow building on the Fish Market is hard to miss! This fancy fish restaurant has been a Hamburg institution since 1898.
Enjoy liters of aromatic, home-brewed beer alongside platters of freshly cut meat in this underground, city centre brewery. Zum Wohl!
Located in an historic alleyway next to the impressive St Michael's Church, this restaurant serves classic North German dishes.
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.
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