Hamburg: (Partially) organic restaurants
While organic lunch options aren't difficult to find (namely in the neighbourhoods around Altona station) the organic evening out requires some more research. The list I am presenting here surely isn't exhaustive since it is the result of a two-days stay, so I'm glad for additional contributions.
Italian antipasti, oriental mezze, Spanish tapas or a simple pasta dish -- the organically certified wine restaurant Piccolo Paradiso serves vegetarian food from the Mediterraneans. The intimate, organically certified place breathes the atmosphere of an Italian trattoria, the home-made food owes its taste to the quality of the organic ingredients rather than the skills of an ambitious chef. So do not expect a fine dining experience, instead come to enjoy mother's versions of vegetarian starters. Advanced booking is advisable, and you shouldn't arrive too late as the kitchen closes around 10 pm. Note that the restaurant keeps closed on Sundays and Mondays.
A small chain consisting of two restaurants Edelsatt is not an ordinary burger place: What you get here are tasty game burgers served without bread or in organic buns from the Springer organic bakery. No smoke-ladden air as in many, also high-end burger grills, tasteful decoration and reusable cotton towels in the bathrooms -- the restaurant in the Karolinenviertel neighbourhood is most certainly a place for the extended evening out with friends or the romantic dinner. A small assortment of organic softdrinks and beer (of the Stralsund-based Störtebeker brand) are being offered to accompany your meal, and if you don't feel for a game burger you may opt for a salmon, vegan quinoa or vegetarian aubergine-mozzarella one, or for a change, a game sausage. The second (older) restaurant is located in Winterhude.
If burger means fast-food to you, head for Dulf's Burger a few minutes walk in Western direction. The burgers served here are made from organic beef, and the queue in front of the place was most impressive when I decided against waiting in the rain during the "Hamburger Dom" fun fair next door. If you come here I'd be glad to hear about your experience.
- Piccolo Paradiso, Brüderstr. 27, Tue-Sat 17-23:00
- Edelsatt, Karolinenstr. 32, Mon(Tue-Sat) 12-21(22:30)
- Edelsatt, Mühlenkamp 8, Tue-Sat(Sun) 12(14)-22:30(21)
- Dulf's Burger, Karolinenpl. 2, Mon(Tue-Sat) 12-21(22:30)
More to try
Here's a list of evening-open (partially) organic restaurants and eateries I found during my research but did not have time to visit. Your impressions are appreciated!
- Mamalicious, Max-Brauer-Allee 277, Mon-Tue(Wed-Fri) 9-18(22), Sat(Sun) 10-22(19) (Canadian breakfast, burgers, uses organic eggs and bacon)
- Tassajara, Eppendorfer Landstr. 4, Mon-Sat 11:30-23 (vegetarian)
Ceased to exist
The following places shut down or were replaced by other, not organic ones, although you still find them on the web:
- Restaurant Olsen, Bellealliancestr. 45 (Mediterranean, German gourmet)
- Wakuwaku, Dammtorstr. 29-32 (Asian fastfood)
- Nat, Heuberg 1 (International)
2018-01-05 13:00:00 [Hamburg, Altona, organic, vegetarian, restaurant, burgers, lunch, dinner, takeaway] link
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