From Eastern European charm to a pitch-black dining room: take a look at this ecclectic list of recommended restaurants.
Opposite Christuskirche station, Freischwimmer (lit. free swimmer) offers all-time classics, creative new compositions and everything in between.
The history of this local favourite goes back to the 1950s. Today, it still serves juicy steaks and large beers for very reasonable prices!
Hunter's by the Isebek canal specialises on South Africa, one of the first-class wine regions in the world as well as a paradise for barbeque fans.
Gravad Lax, Danish hotdogs, Köttbullar and more: Karlsons serves Scandinavian breakfast and lunch dishes at two locations in Hamburg.
This cosy eatery in the middle of St. Pauli offers Eastern European specialties with a twist: blinis, pierogis and loooots of vodka.
Part of the Gastwerk design hotel — located inside an old gasworks — Mangold offers a creative combination of the traditional and modern.
Entering Roatan feels like boarding a ship in Hamburg and waking up in the Caribbean, where the food is as colourful as the interior.
The pun "Unsicht-Bar" (lit. invisible) plays on the fact that food at this Schanzenviertel restaurant is served in pitchblack darkness.