Augila in the Lindner Park-Hotel Hagenbeck

© Lindner Park Hotel Hagenbeck
© Lindner Park Hotel Hagenbeck
© Lindner Park Hotel Hagenbeck

The spacious restaurant Augila in the Lindner Park-Hotel Hagenbeck in Hamburg with over 200 seats welcomes its guests in a colonial-exotic atmosphere of the 19th century.

The Augila Restaurant welcomes its guests in a colonial-exotic ambience, in the style of the 19th century. A special architectural highlight is the real wood floor laid with "tiger oak". 

Highly international and totally local.

The name "Augila" was chosen in reference to the extraordinary architecture and the theme of Africa. Augila or Awjila is a historical oasis deep in the Libyan desert. In the kitchen, too, the theme "Journey around the world" runs through the menu, which is always seasonally changing. The kitchen brigade doesn't simply recook dishes that are already familiar from Asian or African countries. Here, new delicious creations are created again and again, in which aromas, herbs and spices of the world are combined with regional products from Northern Germany.
The international cuisine is paired with the preparations, herbs and spices of distant countries and provides a culinary world trip with extraordinary taste experiences.

Hamburg CARD Discount

Culinary discount

20% discount on food (lunch and dinner menu)

Please note that you must provide proof of the benefit redemption in the app, before ordering in the restaurant, for the discount to be applied.

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