The Alsterpavillon is now run by the Alex chain and boasts folding glass walls, ten open-plan kitchens and space for concerts, exhibitions and ... More
Alex im Alsterpavillon
The Alsterpavillon is now run by the Alex chain and boasts folding glass walls, ten open-plan kitchens and space for concerts, exhibitions and functions for up to 800 people. The original pavilion was built in 1799 and has always been popular with day-trippers, shoppers and sun worshippers. Located opposite Jungfernstieg shopping street, this is a great place to stop off for a coffee, beer or cocktail. The views over Lake Alster are fantastic, the prices accordingly steep.
Paolino Cherchi is one of Hamburg's best known Italian chefs and many of his guests were devastated when his restaurant
burned down in 1997. Two years later, it reopened in a new location overlooking the Alster and continues to ...
The "potato cellar" in the historic Deichstraße is a really original restaurant with lots of delicious potato dishes. It provides
you with proof (as if it were needed) that potatoes are very versatile. It is very cosy in this ...
At home in a traditional country house which dates back to 1827, Landhaus Scherrer—named after the Scherrer family who have
run it since 1976—is widely regarded as being one of the very best restaurants in town. The chef specialises ...
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