Hotel Alameda

Colonnaden 45, Innenstadt, Hamburg, 20354, Germany
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Sushi in Hamburg

by nina_z

Hi, do you know about any good sushi restaurant and sushi take-away in Hamburg? Thanks. Nina

RE: RE: Sushi in Hamburg

by ararauna


there's a rather inexpensive sushi take away at the "Karstadt" departmentstore it's in the pedestrian area (the street is called "Jungfernstieg"). Karstadt has a kind of "gourmet supermarket" where they sell the sushi. I was there 2 years ago and the sushi was delicious. I also saw a sushi take away at the main station, but I didn't try.

RE: RE: Sushi in Hamburg

by nina_z

Thanks for the tip. I knew about the one on the station but wanted to ckech out somethign different, so thanks again.

RE: Sushi in Hamburg

by foyerfly

A superb Japanese Restaurant that offers Sushi too: Matsumi, Colonnaden 96
A very popular place: Raw like Sushi, Grindelallee 134
Californian Shusi in a trendy location, not cheap: Henssler, Grosse Elbstr. 160

RE: RE: Sushi in Hamburg

by ericaj.

Here's a short list of Sushi places I've visited, catagorized by NEIGHBORHOOD:

NUESTADT (downtown Hamburg):Sushi Circle- Colonaden 5, tel 3571.8073 Bahn U1 Stephansplatz

ALTSTADT(downtown Hamburg):Sushi for Friends-Balindamm 38, tel 971.002 Bahn U/S Jungferstieg

ROTHERBAUM (University area):Sushi Factory-Grindlehof 73, tel 4500.0982 Bahn S Damtor, then Bus 4 to Grindlehof

ST. PAULI (bohemian area): Mikawa-Susannstr. 15, tel 4325.2872, Bahn S/U Sternschanze

Bok Sushi Bar- Schulterblatt 3, tel 431.83597 Bahn S/U Sterschanze

RE: Sushi in Hamburg

by nina_z

Thank you all for your tips. I'm off to Hamburg tomorrow and am sure looking forward to trying out some of the sushi tips.

Travel Tips for Hamburg

Colonnaden, Bleichenhof,...

by shellseeker

Colonnaden, Bleichenhof, Gänsemarkt-Passage, Galleria, Hanse-Viertel,... All those lanes around the inner part of Hamburg are very popular shopping streets and malls where you can get rid of your Euros, bank-accounts,… Wonderful alternative to a rainy weather because most of the streets are under roofs! Don’t go there on Sundays… You will feel like the only human being in Hamburg!

Go to Blankenese:

by ExploreAll

Go to Blankenese:
S-Train 'Blankenese'
This old mellifluous fisher-nest is more than 700 hundred years old. Today it is one of the rich and fancy spots in Hamburg. There are good reasons for that. Set on a hill close to the Elbe-River it provides their inhabitants with a high standard of life. A good place to go for a walk or relax at the beach.

you might see me there...


by chancay

If you go by car to Hamburg and you come from the south there is a high possiblilty that you have to go through the (new) Elbtunnel, an impressive building that crosses under a big part of hamburg harbour. There are still construction works for a 4th way, until the end of these works you often ahve to accept a lot of traffic jam on your way to or through Hamburg.

Inventive Bistro Cooking

by ericaj. about Bistro Glasshaus

A local beloved neighborhood bistro, that offers casual but inventive cuisine.

Daily specials, a la carte, or prix fix menu offered. A good bargain could be to try the following special:

Vorspeisen & Hauptgang (Appetizer & Entree)- 20, 50 euro
Hauptgang & Dessert (Entree & Dessert)- 19, 50 euro
Menu Complet (3 Course Menu) - 23,50 euro *Grosser Teller Antipasti, Tapas & Fingerfood- Lg. mixed appetizer plate 7,50 Euro

*Ziegenkäse mit Rosmarin & Honig,u berbacken salat- Warm sheep cheese w/rosemary honey, & field salad

*Buffalo Mozerella m/ Balsamico, Kürbisherne öl, Salat- mozzerella w/balsamico, pumkin oil on salad bouquet

Emigration museum Ballinstadt

by coccinella169

This is a rather new museum located just opposite the train station Veddel. It is about emigration from Germany to Americas in the 19th and 20th century, in which Hamburg as a harbour town loomed large of course. First Hamburg was not that popular as starting point for emigration. People had to wait for a long time in overcrowded, overpriced accomodations in the city and were maybe already bankrupt before they could leave Germany. There were awful sanitary conditions and epidemic plagues. But then a certain Albert Ballin created the emigration halls in Veddel, a secure accomodation with dormitories, restaurants and even a church. It was like a small town of it´s own for emigrants. These halls were demolished, but some of them rebuilt again for museum purposes.
You can see a rather interesting exhibition, similar to the one at Cap San Diego. It tells you about the fate of single persons, about the procedures to emigrate, and about daily life in Ballinstadt. You can also do reasearch if your relatives were on board of one of those vessels - this is also possibly under By the way, Mr. Ballin killed himself by the end of WW I using poison.
Entrance fee is EUR 9,50.


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 Hotel Alameda

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Address: Colonnaden 45, Innenstadt, Hamburg, 20354, Germany