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Restaurant zum Storchennest

Seasonal delicacies

Anyone searching for traditional North German home cooking will find it at Restaurant zum Storchennest. The small but elegant restaurant in the south of Hamburg holds up to 35 persons. The cuisine stands out in particular due to the seasonal and fresh dishes.

If you take a look at the menu, you will immediately notice that seasonal food is cooked here. Herring is served in April, chanterelles in July and goose leg in December. Of course, the menu also features fixed dishes such as crab soup, rump steak or red fruit jelly as dessert. However, it will be a real highlight if you try the seasonal fish platter.
Ideal for groups
In addition to the seasonal dishes, the restaurant also serves specials for groups and celebrations. You can pre-order here for 10 people or more and enjoy, for example, the 3-course, 4-course or 5-course menu. The small but elegant guesthouse can hold up to 35 persons for celebrations.
“Satisfied guests are standard, delighted guests are our daily goal”
With this motto, Restaurant zum Storchennest serves typical North German dishes and delights its guests on a daily basis. In this respect, it is important to enquire at the restaurant, because the menu changes regularly. Above all, lovers of fish will get their money's worth. It is a restaurant which stands for Hamburg’s fish cuisine.

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineFish, German cuisine
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencerural
  • Serviceseasonal, changing

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  • overnight stay in hotel, with breakfast
  • Return journey by ICE (1st or 2nd class coaches, as booked)
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