Bib Gourmand in Hamburg


(Tschebull / ibid.)

The simple, elegant interior design of the Tschebull restaurant in the heart of the city centre is broken up by a well-measured dose of kitsch from the Alps. Here, guests can enjoy a modern and contemporary reinterpretation of Austrian cuisine. The kitchen focusses on selected ingredients and intense aromas rather than complex compositions, and most of the wines are from Austria, too.

Mönckebergstrasse 7 (Altstadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 32 96 47 96

Casse Croûte

(Casse Croute / ibid.)

The restaurant Casse-Croûte has become a popular meeting place in the city centre of Hamburg. Solicitors, families, guests of the opera, football players and young guests frequent this restaurant. Although there was a change of ownership last year, the menu has remained the same. The restaurant’s team supplies guests with regional and international dishes from an open-planned kitchen.

Büschstrasse 2 (Neustadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 34 33 73


(Brook / ibid.)

Guests to the Brook can enjoy a stunning view – especially in the evening hours, when hundreds of lamps immerse the red-brick façade of the Speicherstadt warehouse district in a warm light. The Brook offers creative, fresh high-quality food, ranging from fillet of perch on lemon spinach with lobster ravioli and lobster sauce to the classic Hamburg specialty Labskaus with pickled herring, fried egg, gherkin and beetroot.

Bei den Mühren 91 (Altstadt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 37 50 31 28


(Zipang / ibid.)

The innovative menu of the Zipang combines Japanese cuisine with seasonal European dishes. Fusion cuisine at its best – this is the concept of the Zipang. Ever since its opening in January 2010, the restaurant has become increasingly popular among Hamburg’s culinary scene. In addition to classic dishes such as sushi, miso soup and tempura there are also changing house creations on offer.

Eppendorfer Weg 171 (Hoheluft)
Tel: +49 (0)40 43 28 00 32


(Lenz / ibid.)

A high-quality restaurant with no frills, just as Hamburg’s locals like it. The clever regional cuisine and the selection of house-bottled wines are as inspiring as the service. The Lenz is not an elitist gourmet restaurant, but instead places great emphasis on regional and seasonal produce – passionately cooked with creativity and craftsmanship.

Poppenbütteler Chaussee 3 (Duvenstedt)
Tel: +49 (0)40 60 55 88 87

RIVE Bistro

(RIVE / ibid.)

Changing gourmet dishes at bistro prices are available on the menu of this Hamburg seafood restaurant. Yet the menu also includes regional classics such as Labskaus, as well as contemporary sushi or shrimp in Thai curry. From the beautiful terrace, guests can enjoy a stunning view of the Elbe and even watch nearby giant cruise liners arriving in the port.

Van-der-Smissen-Strasse 1 (Altona)
Tel: +49 (0)40 380 59 19



(Nil / ibid.)

Located between the Schanzenviertel and St Pauli, the Nil uses as much local produce as possible and was rated a Bib Gourmand restaurant in 2014. Arguably the best tables are situated in the restaurant’s beautiful Art Deco themed gallery. After your meal, the bars of St Pauli and the Schanzenviertel are waiting to be explored.

Neuer Pferdemarkt 5 (St Pauli)
Tel: +49 (0)40 439 78 23