12:00 am to 1:00 pm
Food to go

 


For food lovers, happiness is on the streets

Food trucks are far more than just snack cars – the mobile kitchens, which are constantly changing location, offer a somewhat small number of dishes, but therefore all the higher in quality and largely using regional products.

The number of food trucks has been growing in Hamburg over the past few years, and is becoming increasingly diverse.

Doubtlessly one of the best vegan food trucks in Hamburg:

Vincent Vegan

The two food trucks of Vincent Vegan change their location daily, and offer a menu of chips, burgers and currywurst, whereby the latter two are offered only as a vegan option.

Eat & drink where the heart is -Read post »

 

 


You still have to love it: the currywurst

The currywurst doesn’t have it easy. After the doner kebab conquered the fast food landscape over the past few years, it’s now being given a hard time by the food trucks.

Even better, that the currywurst is still a fixed part of the fast food scene in Hamburg.

We recommend these currywurst spots:

Edelcurry

When trying the best currywurst in Germany and other lovingly prepared dishes, guests of the Edelcurry can enjoy a genuine taste experience.

Heiße Ecke Imbiss

The Heiße Ecke in St. Pauli is an institution on the Hamburg Reeperbahn. Here, you can enjoy currywurst and cult with entertainment and city flair.

During a visit to the neighbourhood, a stop at the Heiße Ecke is a must. A snack bar with tradition, whose currywurst reflects the heart of the city unreservedly. As a genuine Hamburg institution, a successful musical was even named after this snack bar, becoming Germany’s box office hit in 2003with the title “Heiße Ecke 24”. Here, visitors can get a true taste of St. Pauli and enjoy the Reeperbahn to the full extent. 


Hamburgers eat “Fish to go”

Maritime culture still finds its expression in the Fischbrötchen, a bread roll with fish, which can be found at every seaside resort and in every large port. And in Hamburg, you will find the Fischbrötchen – if you know where to look.

We’ll reveal the best stalls!

How do we know that these are the best? They have been officially tested, and the results were then published in the “Fischbrötchen Report”

224 pages, €7.80 (ISBN 978-3-9814452-3-7)  

 

 

 

Nuggi's Elbkate

Anleger Neumühlen | 22763 Hamburg
April to October: daily from 12 am to 11 pm,
Sunday from 11 am
In winter until 9 pm, December to January  Annual closing

Ponton Op'n Bulln

Strandweg 30 | 22587 Hamburg
Monday to Friday from 11 am, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am
From November to February: only open Thursday to Sunday

Meeres-Kost

Große Elbstraße 135, 22767 Hamburg
Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm 
Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm

Brücke 10

Auf den St. Pauli Landungsbrücken 10
20359 Hamburg
From Easter: daily from 10 am to 10 pm 
From November: daily from 10 am to 8 pm

Fischmarkt Bistro

Große Elbstraße 133
22767 Hamburg
Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30 am to 6 pm



 

 

 

 


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