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Man Wah

Chinese classic on the Reeperbahn

Man Wah is very popular among visitors to the Reeperbahn. Over traditional Chinese food, you can get an up-close look at the crowds at the infamous petrol station behind the Spielbudenplatz - a quite amusing pastime.

In addition to traditional Chinese dishes, such as sweet and sour chicken, the restaurant is known for its great dim sum. There are all kinds of Chinese appetisers here, and the pastry balls filled with shrimps in particular are worth a try. If you're not afraid of unusual specialities from the Far East, try the chicken feet or pig's stomach. Sounds like it takes some getting used to, but lots of people have been impressed by them.

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineAsian
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencecosmopolitan, southern, simple
  • Servicecharming, open-minded

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

At Hamburg’s city coast, the Elbe and the harbour, you can just sit down and watch as ships, ferries and tugs pass by and enjoy the strong sea breeze. A few hundred meters away you can experience Hamburg’s world-famous “sinful mile” – the Reeperbahn.

St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

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Charming. French cuisine. Bistrot Vienna

The new queuing trend has reached Hamburg. In front of the popular "Bistro Vienna", people are happily willing to "queue". They are waiting for Portuguese and Italian delicacies as well as traditional German dishes and Austrian classics.

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Austria in Hamburg. Gassenhaur

Bringing "the best original Wiener schnitzel outside the Alpine republic" to the table is the claim of the GASSENHAUR. No more, no less.

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Brasserie La Provence

The Brasserie La Provence enjoys a central location in the Ottensen.

Brasserie La Provence

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