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Restaurant Haerlin

Restaurant Haerlin

You can find a few restaurants in Hamburg with one Michelin star. Christoph Rüffer easily stands out with a second star. The chef and his team present modern and creative menus based on classic French gourmet cuisine in the prestigious Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten. With seasonal ingredients fresh from the market, an emphasis is placed on the highest quality of food.The ambience is elegantly reserved and the service is impressive with its balance of subtlety and attentiveness.
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The Table

The Table

„The Table“, run by Germany’s youngest holder of three Michelin stars, Kevin Fehling, fascinates with modern interior and unique flavor experiences. “The Table” is located in the center of HafenCity and offers some extraordinary design decisions: For example, there is just one single, large table made of cherry wood offering seats to up to 20 guests. From here, the visitors have the chance to take a look at the open kitchen and observe how the exclusive meals are made.
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Bullerei

Bullerei

TV chef Tim Mälzer's restaurant enjoys great popularity. If you want to get a seat, you should take care of that in advance. Once you get to enjoy the cuisine, you will quickly understand why it is so crowded. The meat from the grill, especially the Argentinian fillet steak, is cooked flawlessly. But the"Kris Kross", Arctic trout with mussel broth, root vegetables and celery leaves, can also stand up quite well as a main course.If you are unable to make a decision, go for a surprise menu with three or four courses. It will certainly be good.
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Fischereihafen

Fischereihafen

The location itself is a dream: if you manage to get one of the desired window seats, you can dine with a wonderful view of the Hamburg harbour – especially in the evenings, the guests are treated to an atmospheric panorama. But also in culinary terms, the Fischereihafen is one of the city’s best addresses: Since 1981, the Kowalke family has been host to a mixed crowd of young fish lovers, Hanseatic haute volée and tourists, with a large selection of excellent specialities.
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Cox

Cox

The atmosphere is always welcoming, despite the large size of this lively establishment, which is easily explained by the excellent cuisine. Regional dishes are rediscovered with a modern interpretation here, and there is no lack of seafood and meat dishes. A helpful tip is to visit the Cox later in the evening. At that time it is pleasantly empty and the kitchen is even open until just before midnight, which is very accommodating to theatre-goers or visitors to the State Opera who would still like a meal after the performance.
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Gröninger Privatbrauerei

Gröninger Privatbrauerei

Right in the heart of Hamburg City you will find the Gröninger Privatbrauerei. The Gröninger private brewery is one of the oldest breweries in Hamburg. This is where Gröninger Pils is brewed, and it can then be drunk in the Braukeller or in the Brauhaus where it is tapped from old wooden barrels. The atmosphere in these most traditional of premises is unique, and an experience for anyone, whether alone or with friends. The range of dishes on offer is also wide-ranging.
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Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht

Brauhaus Joh. Albrecht

The brewery behind the Rathaus beside the Adolphsbrücke bridge is a great meeting point for everyone and anyone. Families, couples, big groups, business lunches or foot-weary shoppers - this brewery really offers something for everyone. The atmosphere is refined and slightly gentrified - right in the heart of theAlsterfleete district. The home-made beers are brewed directly before the gaze of the guests. Two huge copper-coloured vessels are located behind the bar counters of the brewery.
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