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By Lauren Hill | July 11 2017
High quality ingredients, cultural diversity and the presence of a series of exceptional chefs make the dining scene in Hamburg worth spending time getting to know. We take a look at the best restaurants in Hamburg to begin your culinary exploration of the city.
Laying claim to three Michelin stars, The Table Kevin Fehling is justifiably praised highly by those who dine here. Chef Kevin Fehling strives to create an atmosphere of comfort and ease in which you can simply enjoy the dining experience. Expect dishes such as Faroe Island salmon with passion fruit, yuzu and miso, and an intimate modern space featuring a curved cherry wood bar for social dining.
Located within the Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg, this two Michelin starred restaurant combines a classically elegant dining room with the inspired dishes by chef Christoph Rüffer and his team. By playing with the flavors, aroma and composition of each dish, the chefs here aim to surprise through their menu of dishes such as Gillardeau oyster with green peas and roast onion broth, and Arctic char from Iceland with Beurre blanc warm and cold. A Chef’s Table can be arranged.
Reflecting its tagline, Simplicity at its Best, this two Michelin star restaurant specializes in creating dishes that combines French haute cuisine with regionally sourced produce. The menu includes plates such as grilled codfish with crab, leek and pistachio, and fried saddle of venison in spice coat with chanterelles, tart cherries, kohlrabi and pommes dauphine, with wine selected by the sommelier Torsten Junker.
Within the hotel, event and multi-restaurant space Hauser Süllberg, Seven Seas stands out for serving the accomplished cuisine of two Michelin starred chef Karlheinz Hauser. In a decadent dining space of sumptuous furnishings, candlelit tables and gold accents, diners can sample French-inspired plates from the chef’s menu of recommended dishes such as scallop and Imperial caviar with kohlrabi, white chocolate and oyster aromas, or opt for the tasting menu.
The creative cuisine of this Michelin starred dining spot is described as French-international fare, fusing modern cooking techniques with premium produce and creative presentation. The two tasting menus by the chef-owner Kirill Kinfelt encompass plates such as Iberico pork with truffle, artichoke and currant, and lobster with peas and basil. These are then paired with German and international wines.
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