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    Max & Consorten: Student pub with German food in St. Georg

    by Airpunk Updated Jun 4, 2016

    If you are looking for a German pub with students and other open-minded people in St. Georg, there are basically two options: Frau Möller and Max und Consorten. These pubs are located at either end of “Lange Reihe” the main street of St. Georg.

    Max und Consorten is the more alternative-style one of the two. Here, you will find a mixed audience, mostly consisting of regular customers, students and alikes. Atmosphere is pretty relaxed, interior decoration is wooden old style with the one or other sticker on the wall. The menu consists of German classics like Schnitzels, Bratkartoffeln and Frikassee. Look out for their lunch offers (Monday to Friday, from 11 am to 3 pm)where they have some dishes at a cheaper price. Menu is in German only, however you can ask the staff members to help you with a translation. Their English is pretty good. Three lager/pilsener beers (including local Ratsherrn) are on tap as well as Guinness.

    Had the Schnitzel in the gorgonzola and the pepper sauce version. I liked both, they may however be a little too salty for the average taste.

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    Verdi: Excellent Italian Food

    by Kathrin_E Written Jan 22, 2016

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    This excellent Italian restaurant is a bit off the beaten path of most tourists, in the quarter of Rotherbaum just north of the University. Their ambition is notably higher than the average pizzeria, although pizza and simple pasta dishes can also be found on their menu.
    The owner, who is at the same time the chef, originates from Sicily and focuses on Sicilian cooking in a fine, sophisticated style. The "offers of the day" on the blackboard should not be overlooked, as this is where you find the specials.

    The restaurant is not very big, but we had no problem to get a table although this was Friday night. Many of the other guests seemed to be regulars. Decoration is themed around the composer Giuseppe Verdi. I liked the quiet, relaxed atmosphere. Service was quick, attentive and friendly. The staff members were Italians, too, and I happily boasted with my language skills;-)

    Favorite Dish: We started with a tomato soup, which was already faboulous. My main dish was a tuna steak, grilled and served on Sicilian sauce with tomatoes, olives and capers. Fantastic. My parents also had fish dishes and were very happy with them. Accompanied by a fine Barbera, this was an exceptional dinner.
    Sorry folks, I missed taking photos during our dinner, so here are just to pictures taken from the outside on the next day while the restaurant was closed.

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  • Casa Nostra Ristorante -Italiano: Large Patio

    by henrykkanada Updated Jul 10, 2015

    There is a very large sidewalk patio on a busy, but slow moving, street. It has an extensive menu. My meal of soup, chicken, 1/2 bottle of Italian wine and coffee cost 24.90 Euro.

    Favorite Dish: I enjoyed the chicken (Petto-Pepe-Verde).

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    Altes Maedchen: Hamburg's Brewery Pub in the "Schanze"

    by Airpunk Written May 24, 2015

    When the Ratsherrn brand was sold in 2005 and completely revived in 2010, nobody expected that it would result in great beers and one of the best pubs in Hamburg. It is located in a former slaughterhouse, close to the new Ratsherrn brewery which opened in a similar building in 2012.

    At Altes Mädchen (Old Girl) beer culture is celebrated. They have five own brews (including an excellent pale ale) but sell fine beers from all around the world. Their extensive beer card features selected international craft beers ranging from wheat beer via trappist, lager and stout to IPAs. My recommendation beside the home-brewed Ratsherrn beers: Brew Dog Punk IPA.
    Food consists mostly of German fusion cuisine. That is, dark bread and meat combined with flavours like mango chutney etc. Prices are average, though many imported beers may be well above 7 EUR for 0,33 l.

    The place can become pretty full, especially on weekends. If you want to eat, a reservation is highly recommended. However, be advised that they do not take reservations for weekends, when it's first come - first serve. If you like beer, this is definitively the pub I would recommend Hamburg visitors to go to!

    Favorite Dish: The Octopus bread was good, however it has been removed from the menu when I was there last time.

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    Ghia Pham: Affordable Pan-Asian in West Hamburg

    by ericaj. Written Mar 21, 2014

    In the German tradition of combining mixing Thai & Japanese dishes under one roof, Wedel's Ghia Pham restaurant takes it one step further by adding Vietnamese specialities to its' mix.

    With it's red red & gold lanterns and bamboo details, the atmosphere of the restaurant also takes some Asian temple influences into the decor. Service is pleasant, timely and the food is not only tasty, but super-pocketbook friendly, with Ghia Pham likely having some of the lowest-priced, but absolutely top-notch-fresh sushi rolls in town. 8 piece sushi rolls start at € 3,10, which is fairly low for for Hamburg, those prices are usually for take-away specials in more bohemian neighborhoods, otherwise you would generally pay that price for a 4 piece roll- especially in middle-class residential area like Wedel. The menu also includes standard Thai dishes cooked in coconut milk, and Vietnamese pho noodles.

    Favorite Dish: Outside of my usual sushi bites and green tea, try the Chinese red wine (for €3). I invited vegetarian friends out to try the menu and the Vegetable Tempura (Gemüse Tempura) is a light crispy affair at only 3,90 , and the savory Tofu Singapor is fantastic and only (8,90).

    GHIA PHAM SERVICE HOURS:

    Daily from 12-3pm (lunch) 6-10pm (dinner)

    CLOSED TUESDAYS

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    Big Easy: Spacious, Casual Dining- Great for Large Groups

    by ericaj. Written Mar 21, 2014

    In spite of what the restaurant's name suggests, the Big Easy restaurant evokes neither the food or archietcure of the famous New Orleans, but it does borrow heavily from the American theme of "casual dining" restaurants with it's wooden interiors, checkerboard floors, and book-form menu with an seemingly endless choice of cocktail combinations. There is likely something for any and everyone on the menu, and the restaurants guests are as varied as their food offerings. Having visited the Big Easy during both day and night, I've found that it seems to be a very logical and cost-efficient place for groups to dine; you can find everyone there from student and senior groups, to church clubs, bachelorette gatherings, and convention goers. They also cater to little ones for children's birthday parties.

    At night you'll find the atmosphere takes on a more festive that feels less casual dining pub food, more "tourist-attractive". Utilizing the access we have to such cultural diversity across Hamburg, Big Easy often hosts theme nights complete with small floor show entertainment, such as Thursday's "Havanna Nights" featuring a live, authentic latin music combo complete with sequined show dancers in towering showgirl head dresses & ballroom dance shoes, and eye-popping, 2 piece costumes. Caipirinhas are on special that night for €4,50 . Okay, the floor show and cocktail are Brasilian and not Cuban, but it's all still in good fun! Big Easy also occasionally hosts "1001 Nights" featuring all things Oriental, including an extra Oriental themed menu, houka pipes, special coffees and teas all underscored by the sounds of Oriental jazz and a featured belly dancing performance.

    On Sundays and holidays, the restaurant hosts a well stocked Jazz Brunch buffet from 11am-2pm for €9,90 - featuring a Jazz combo, German and US style breakfast fare (breads, hams, cured meats, cereals, eggs of all types, fruits, yogurts) and freshly made crepes. There is a cold station featuring meats, cheeses, salmon, Caprese salad, and more. The warm station has pasta, meats, veggies, light stews over rice, and noodle dishes ("Geschneltes".) There is a bread & cereal station, plus a dessert station. Drinks are not included in the buffet price, but overall the experience is a solid value and a lovely way to laze with friends for a few hours. There is also an extensive a la carte menu available with items ranging from traditional Continental breakfast (breads, marmalades, & coffee), to German style offerings and even an English influenced breakfast of Baked Beans & Toast.

    For a person that likes casual restaurant chains with simple, uncomplicated dishes, you should be able to find a wide variety of items here. There are soups, pastas, pizzas, burgers, wraps, salads, meat entrees AND vegetarian offerings concluding with the aforementioned beverage list. The cultural influence of the food ranges from European continental (Greek baked Feta-style appetizer cheese) to casual style German foods (like thin-sliced roast beef, Wiener Schnitzel, or thick pan-fried hunks of "Leberkäs" that we otherwise know in America as bologna). There are American style dishes (Pizza Bread! Grilled Turkey Salad!) with a special interest in Tex Mex influenced offerings like nachos, enchiladas, and Mexican Breakfast Burritos.

    The price breakdown of what you can expect to pay:

    Breakfast a la carte: € 2 - €22
    Starters: € 4 - € 8
    Soups: €5 - €6
    Salad: €6 - € 11
    Snacks: (Onion Rings, Baked Potatoes) €5,5 - €7
    Burgers & Warm Wraps : €7,5- € 11,5
    Pizzas & Pasta: €6- €10
    Entrees: €7,5 -€16,5
    Desserts: €5
    Cockatils: € 6 - €9

    Favorite Dish: The Jazz Brunch is a great deal and a nice way to spend a Sunday- it's perfect to pick and nibble your way through and the turnover the Warm Station is always high to ensure that there are fresh scrambled eggs and pancakes coming out often.

    For general dining, the dishes I've enjoyed most are:

    LOVERS BREAKFAST for 2 (Fresh Pressed Orange Juice, 1 Glass Sekt each, Assorted breads, sliced roast beef, cured salmon (lox),Camabert cheese, sliced cheese, creamy shrimp salad, boiled breakfast egg, fruit ,butter, marmalade, Nutella, honey and additional condiments. This the the €22 breakfast on the menu and very filling.

    RUCOLA SALAT (Arugula/Rucola/Pepper Salad w/ pine nuts & cherry tomatoes & balsamico)

    LEBERKÄSE (1cm Thick Cut Bologna w/ Fried Potatoes, Eggs S- Side Up, Salad & Pickle)

    PUTENGESCHETZELTES BOMBAY (Mild Mango-Curry Turkey over Basmati)

    PASTA SCAMPI & RUCOLA (Choice of Pasta w/ Shrimp, Tomatoes, Arugula, & Garlic)

    WARMER APFELKUCHEN (Warm Traditional German Applecake w/ fresh whip cream & ice cream

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    Zum Brandanfang: Restaurant with a history

    by Airpunk Written Jan 27, 2014

    Located in Deichstrasse, one of the very few preserved areas of 17th century Hamburg, this restaurant offers authentic Hamburg cuisine. Prices are higher than in other areas of Hamburg, but similar to other restaurants located in this area. Lunch offers are available from 8,50 EUR, most other dishes range between 12 and 20 EUR. The menu includes many local fish and meat dishes, many of them long forgotten among Hamburgers. They include Pannfisch, Scholle "Finkenwerder Art", Matjes and other fish specialities. A hand full of classics like Schnitzel with potatoes are available as well. Vegetarian dishes are not on the menu, but available upon request. The landlady is a very kind person and the rest of the staff is friendly as well.
    The atmosphere is cozy and traditional. One table has a view on the channel and the old storehouses. The restaurant is full of old pictures from Hamburg and if you ask the landlady any questions about Hamburg's history and its traditions, she will most likely be able to answer it. The building was used as a restaurant under different names since the 17th century. For many decades they kept the tradition alive that sailors put a money bill on the ceiling before they went to sea. They would retake that bill upon safe return to pay for their first drink at home. The sailors said that it would protect them from any dangers at sea and guarantee a safe return. Still, there are many bills hanging from the ceiling and a couple of new ones are added to the sides.
     
    If you want to eat, see and live Hamburg traditions, this is the place I would recommend you to go to!

    Favorite Dish: The Pannfisch is always good, try Labskaus if it is on offer.

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  • Tin Miner Finest Pasties: Excellent British Pasties in Hamburg.

    by TinMiner Written May 20, 2013

    This ist the first place to eat Cornish Pasties in Hamburg! The Owner of this small deli, located directly at the Hamburg Harbour Skyline, learned to bake pasties in a small bakery in Cornwall. You should defenitely check this out.

    Favorite Dish: Pasty Traditional Steak is my favorite... but i love the other Pasties as well. The owner said he is experimenting to do a Salmon Pasty. Can´t wait to try that one.

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    Freudenhaus St Pauli: Lovely place to eat

    by windoweb Written Jan 25, 2013

    This restaurant is in the "Reeperbahn" area. The "Reeperbahn" - Hamburg's Nightlife Hub and Red Light District.

    The name "Reeperbahn" comes from the old German word "Reep" meaning "heavy rope"; in the 18th century, heavy hempen ropes were produced here for sailing ships in the Hamburg harbor.

    Freudenhaus translates to "House of Pleasure"

    Favorite Dish: Mike had the suckling pig and I had the pork medallions. We shared a bottle of Reisling.

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    Taverna Nostalgia bei Sotiris: The absolute very best Greek Restaurant I know

    by tini58de Updated Dec 23, 2012

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    The ultimately very best Greek restaurant I have been to so far - small, cozy, friendly staff and the most excellent food! Not the typical socalled Greek food like the "Hellas plate" or "Sokrates plate", but authentic Greek food, vegetarian food, excellent meats and fish - and the free dessert is an additional plus!

    Yummy free dessert

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    Greek restaurant with a personal history: Taverna Sotiris

    by tini58de Updated Nov 10, 2012

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    Sotiris is a very unique place to me: it is dark, has very basic furniture, no tablecloths, nothing fancy - just a crowd of people going there, discussing, drinking and enjoying the food.

    It is different than the usual Greek restaurant in Germany, and that is what I like so much about it. The food is okay, good helpings - and this unique atmosphere!

    It does have a personal history to me, since I used to go there rather frequently with my friends, when I still lived in Hamburg and when Sotiris himself was still the owner. I even knew this restaurant, when it was still smaller and in a different location - but just as authentic as it is in the Barnerstrasse.

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    Sun Kwong: Chinese Restaurant in the Gaensemarkt-Passage

    by Airpunk Written Jul 23, 2012

    If you are looking for a classic Chinese restaurant in the centre of Hamburg (no fusion, no fast food), I would like to recommend Sun Kwong. It is located in the upper floor of a shopping mall (Gänsemarkt-Passage). The restaurant is divided into two parts, one facing the shopping mall and the other, larger one, (with a classic chinese restaurant atmosphere) in the rear. The food is fine, but less spicy than in other restaurants. It is one of the places where I would suggest to order extra spicy if you would like to have some taste beyond the basic ingredients. However, the meals were fine and had a fair price, especially during the lunch hours (many meals for around 2/3 of the price, as of 2010 ranging between 5 and 8 EUR). Service was very friendly and distinguishes itself from other restaurants by being quite fast.

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    Don Cuba: Coffee with a little bit of Cuba

    by Airpunk Written Jul 23, 2012

    My favourite place for a cup of coffee in Hamburg is located in Hoheluft, an area which features many restaurants and cafés. This one is run by a sympathic Cuban guy and his family. The atmosphere is always lively in this small café with many returning regular customers. Coffe, tea and bakery are the main things on the menu. Some delicious snacks include the hot croissant with serrano ham or the famous "Don Cuba" burger. During lunchtime, changing "Dish of the Days" offers are available every day. Although most dishes are of Cuban origin, there are also Spanish and Portuguese dishes as wellas bakery from those countries. There are a couple of special events, including nights when the café is open until late and it serves as a bar or "pig roast" days with a full Cuban menu on offer. This place is not big and not spectacular, but a place which is always full of life and where you always feel welcome.

    Most people visiting Hamburg on a short trip will probably not come to this café as it is not really centrally located. However, if you are in the Eppendorf/Hoheluft area, come in to see the good sides of Cuba in Hamburg.

    Favorite Dish: Definitively the "Don Cuba Burger"

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    Das Feuerschiff: Was once a ship on the sea

    by wise23girl Written Jul 12, 2012

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    So you want some beautiful food...fresh from the sea ...and in a refurbished ship....well grab a map...put on your walking shoes and head to the Hamburg harbour.

    The Feuerschiff is docked in the harbour and when we were there 2012 was a little hard to find as there were road works hiding the ship from view.. We found the entrance opposite the Metro-station "Baumwall" and used the railway stairs and ramp to cross over the road.

    VTer globetrott had info in his review so we knew to look out for the way .

    We arrived without a booking ...maybe the festival in town gave us a bit of luck keeping folk busy on the riverside.

    It was an exciting and enjoyable experience to dine midst the memories of yesteryear.

    Favorite Dish: Well we all chose a fish dish...what else is there in a restaurant that was once a ship sailing on the seas.... followed be delicious dessert. But this is not important ...go along and choose from the menu yourself. There is an English version. Everything is tempting.

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    Yin - Yang: Asian Fusion at its best

    by Airpunk Written Jul 10, 2012

    Although restaurants in shopping malls (in this case the Europa Passage) are just places for a quick grab to me, this one is an exception. I would even say that it is among my top five restaurants in Hamburg. Yin Yang is an Asian Fusion cuisine restaurant, although the focus lies on Japanese. Pries are somewhat higher than in other restaurants, but for the price you will get more on a very appalingly decorated dish. I have been there a couple of times and appreciated all dishes I had. For Vegetarians, I would like to recommend the “Buddhistische Fastenspeise” – a very well prepared vegetarian dish with tofu. The other tofu dish I had (“Tofu mit Udon”) was delicious as well. The restaurant is not really full during daytime, but gets full in the evening. Look out for the sushi bar offers which range from delicious single dishes to an all you can eat buffet. Tables with view onto the Alster lake are available. For the evening, reservations are recommended.
    There is a susidiary in the HafenCity, the new quarter in the former Harbour areas south of the city centre. I have not been there, but I assume that it is quite as good.

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