Brasserie Flum French kitchen in the Grand Elysée

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Cheerful atmosphere, relaxed conversations and delicious food: The Brasserie Flum in the Grand Elysée Hamburg follows the example of its french role models.

The Brasserie Flum in the Grand Elysée Hamburg convinces its guests with French charm. A unique ambience is created by combining Art Nouveau elements with authentic Parisian flair.


The classics of French cuisine head the menu of the Brasserie Flum. Card highlights include the Alsatian veal bratwurst and the bœuf bourguignon. Selected wines round off the taste experience.

What is a Brasserie?

A brasserie is a typical restaurant in France, but lacks the appropriate equivalent in other countries. A brasserie is less formal than a traditional restaurant and offers a wider selection of hot and cold dishes than a bistro. The relaxed atmosphere and exuberant mood inspire conversation with friends and strangers over wine and food.

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