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Deck 7 Market Restaurant

Savour the cosy and stylish surroundings on Hamburg's highest point at the Deck 7 Market Restaurant.

Almost 75 metres above water level in a form medieval fortress complex, you will find Deck 7 Market Restaurant, run by Karlheinz Hauser. For many locals and visitors, this is a destination for feasting and recuperating.

The interior boasts a subtle colour scheme and lighting, flooring from an old ship and design elements inspired by Zen Buddhism. The cuisine at Deck 7 Market features fresh, classic and Italian dishes, the ingredients for which are purchased on local markets. A distinctive feature of Deck 7 Market is the Speed Breakfast and the Speed Lunch. At lunchtimes, you can be served a starter, main course and a cup of coffee as fast as you wish.

The Elbe View Terrace with its 180° panoramic view and beer garden is memorable. Here, guests can let their souls relax, and enjoy the warm weather over a Weißbier ['white beer'] or a shandy. There are also classic beer garden dishes and snacks at the food pavilions. Those preferring sweet dishes can enjoy fresh tarts or cakes from the Deck 7 Market patisserie.

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineGourmet
  • Price€€
  • Ambienceelegant, classic, bright
  • Servicecompetent

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