La Sepia

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Enjoy the finest dishes from the sea, prepared in Portuguese style, in Hamburg's Sternschanze.

Whether gambas, seafood or classic fish - lovers of maritime cuisine will certainly find what they are looking for at La Sepia! Tradition is still very important here, and so many of the dishes are prepared in a genuine Portuguese way. How about, for example, fresh oysters as a starter, crispy grilled squid or redfish fillet on lobster sauce as the main course and tarte natas to finish off? 

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