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Der Etrusker

The Etrusker is an unaffected Italian sophistication.

Luisa Allessandrini opened Der Etrusker in 1973, a restaurant that should not be written off as usual "Italian next door".

As Luisa herself claims, Italian food culture lives by different regional traditions. She strives to maintain a "balance between the traditional and the new" with this diversity in her cooking. Hearty, traditional cuisine is the foundation; the results are great dishes at affordable prices, such as the bistecca pizzaiola - steak cooked in tomato sauce. Trendy takes a backseat to authenticity here. A find for Hamburg residents.

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineItalian
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencemediterranean, authentic, down-to-earth
  • Servicecordial

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