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Culinary excursion to Austria

In Tschebull in Hamburg's city centre you can enjoy traditional Austrian cuisine in organic quality and let yourself be carried away by the relaxed, lively atmosphere into a short holiday on the alps.

Just like on the alpine pasture: In Tschebull modern alpine cuisine meets Austrian designer restaurant.

A piece of Austria in the Levante House 

On the first floor of the Levante house it feels almost like being on the alpine pasture. The Tschebull is both rustic and elegant. Traditional accessories and robust larch wood create the alpine hut feeling, but meet a modern dining concept: "We want to focus on the Austrian," says top chef Alexander Tschebull. 2009 he and his wife open the Tschebull in the Levante House. The top Austrian chef has already cooked in several top-class restaurants in Hamburg before he dares to hang his own name above the door.

Greetings from the kitchen

In addition to many own creations, guests can also expect traditional delicacies such as Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz, Kaiserschmarrn and Apfelstrudel. A large number of products, such as wines, juices, vinegar and oils come from Austria. Fish and meat even from the Hamburg area. The kitchen team also pays attention to good organic quality. 

The all-round carefree package 

In the Tschebull it is more relaxed and lively than in a typical gourmet restaurant. However, high quality food is not sacrificed here. Divided into restaurant, bistro, bar and lounge, there is room for everyone at the Tschebull. Spread over 140 seats, guests can taste all Austrian wines, enjoy small snacks and of course be invited to a luxurious alpine dinner.

Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineFish, Meat, Gourmet
  • Price€€€
  • Ambiencerustic & chic, modern

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