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Bullerei

Tim Mälzer Restaurant

Since 2009 Tim Mälzer and his partner Patrick Rüther have been running his restaurant, Café & Deli called the Bullerei in Hamburg's trendy Schanzenviertel.

TV chef Tim Mälzer's restaurant enjoys great popularity. If you want to get a seat, you should take care of that in advance.

Once you get to enjoy the cuisine, you will quickly understand why it is so crowded. The meat from the grill, especially the Argentinian fillet steak, is cooked flawlessly. But the"Kris Kross", Arctic trout with mussel broth, root vegetables and celery leaves, can also stand up quite well as a main course. To conclude, a semolina pudding accompanied by Altländer apples and cardamom ice cream is served. If you are unable to make a decision, go for a surprise menu with three or four courses. It will certainly be good.

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineGerman cuisine
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencelively, fancy, comfortable
  • Servicecordial

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