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Anyone looking for typical North German cuisine in Hamburg often determines that it is no longer really available. One finds it – if at all – in some snack bars or in high-priced restaurants.

The Anno 1905 is a true exception. Here, you can count on getting traditional dishes that are affordable and very tasty as well. Classic dishes include crab soup and herring in a light yogurt-cream sauce with apples and onions accompanied by crispy chips. In addition, “labskaus” – the North German classic par excellence – is highly recommended. Anno 1905 is a true Hanseatic original. And you shouldn’t forget Hamburg caraway schnapps after dinner!

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineGerman cuisine, Hamburg originals
  • Price€€
  • AmbienceHanseatic, rustic, homey
  • ServiceRelaxed, easy-going

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