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The nicest restaurants in Hamburg

In Hamburg, you can eat delicious food. Whether you choose a trendy restaurant serving German food or an Italian or Japanese restaurant. We have listed the best restaurants of this northern German city for you.
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Trendy and hip restaurants in Hamburg


At NENI´s you will taste a special combination of Eastern Mediterranean cuisine and local cuisine. Sample salmon trout fillets, wild-caught prawns and shakshuka. The atmosphere in the family restaurant is amicable, so it feels like dining with friends.
Address: Osakaallee 12


Hobenköök is a hip restaurant and a foodhall in one. You will taste dishes made from seasonal and locally grown ingredients. The harvest from the 600-square-metre garden is sold in the market hall. Thanks to the creative freedom given to the chefs, the menu constantly changes and offers up surprises.
Address: Stockmeyerstraße 43

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Berta Emil Richard Schneider

The candle-lit interior of Berta Emil Richard Schneider alone will make you want to dine here. The menu features a combination of northern German traditional dishes and international pub fare. The atmosphere in the restaurant and bar is friendly and informal.
Address: Kampstraße 25-27

Sushi and Japanese restaurants in Hamburg


In the small-scale Japanese restaurant Akari, you will eat perhaps the best sushi in Hamburg. You will also enjoy dishes such as tonkatsu and agedashi.
Address: Papenhuder Strasse 67


Zipang is a special sushi restaurant. Every season, the 6- and 8-course menus change. The experienced chef gives authentic Japanese dishes a western touch. In the nicely decorated restaurant, Japanese delicacies are served on beautiful dishes.
Address: Eppendorfer Weg 171

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Vegetarian restaurants in Hamburg


Tassajara has been around since 1976, making it the oldest vegetarian restaurant in Hamburg. Fresh seasonal produce is transformed into colourful and delicious dishes. The extensive menu also includes vegan, lactose-free and gluten-free dishes from various international cuisines.
Address: Eppendorfer Landstraße 4

Piccolo Paradiso: organic and vegetarian restaurant

At Piccolo Paradiso´s the entire menu is organic and vegetarian. Try the colourful tapas, Italian antipasti and other small bites. While doing so, choose one of over 50 types of wine on the menu. The intimate restaurant is not very well known to the general public, so you will often find yourself dining among the locals.
Address: Brüderstraße 25

Italian restaurants in Hamburg

Restaurant Anna Sgroi

Restaurant Anna Sgroi is not a typical old-fashioned Italian restaurant. Have you ever tasted Sicilian carpaccio of swordfish, ravioli of Sylter Royal oysters or deep-fried medallions of monkfish?
Address: Milchstraße 7

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I Vigneri Osteria Enoteca

I Vigneri Osteria Enoteca is not a pizzaria, but a versatile Italian restaurant. Delicious dishes are created here with fresh ingredients, mostly imported from Italy. How about home-made tagliolini, Mediterranean sea bass or Fassone beef?
Address: Große Bäckerstraße 13

Breakfast in Hamburg

Rain Cafeatery: leisurely breakfast

In Rain Cafeatery, you can start the day in a relaxed way. Breakfast with pancakes, healthy vegetable bowls and fresh eggs. Complete your breakfast with a fragrant cup of coffee and from the terrace you can watch the rest of Hamburg as they start their day.
Address: Große Rainstraße 15

Happenpappen: vegan breakfast

Vegans and non-vegans treat themselves at Happenpappen. In the stylish, plant-rich interior, enjoy the most delicious vegetable dishes. Got up a bit late? Even then you can come here, as the breakfast is freshly prepared well into the afternoon.
Address: Feldstraße 36

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Lunch in Hamburg

ÆNDRÈ: charming brasserie

The intimate brasserie ÆNDRÈ was founded by Dutch Janine, who prepares delicious and healthy lunches. The surprising menu changes every month and vegetables are always the main feature. Relax in the charming interior or catch some sun on the terrace.
Address: Lehmweg 31A

In guter Gesellschaft

Zero waste and vegan; at lunch joint In guter Gesellschaft, they think about our planet. At this first zero-waste café in Germany, you will enjoy delicious cakes and homemade, sandwiches. Coffee comes from the local brewery and the lemonades are homemade.
Address: Sternstraße 25

Take the train to Hamburg

You can reach Hamburg Hauptbahnhof from Amsterdam Central Station in 5.10 hours with Intercity Berlin and ICE International. With just one transfer on the way, you can walk leisurely into the city centre after arrival.

You can immediately sit down at one of Hamburg's cafés or restaurants. Public transport in the city is well organised, so you can easily reach your favourite place to eat.

The lowest one-way price is € 33. For all trains: the sooner you book, the lower the price!

Restaurants in Hamburg

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