11 Addresses for a delicious sunday brunch, with pleasure hamburg

11 places to brunch in Hamburg

The 11 best cafés in Hamburg for breakfast

If you can’t really decide whether you want breakfast or lunch now, you can choose brunch instead. One or the other may find that decadent, bourgeois or old-fashioned: the all-you-can-eat-flat rate for the petty bourgeois, superimposed friendliness, pretended coziness.

We don’t think Sunday brunch is boring at all. This is partly because it can be really cool to feed his hangover from Saturday night with a lavish buffet, and secondly because of the many beautiful restaurants and cafés in Hamburg that offer brunch. The all-you-can-eat rule number 1 is important, not to be neglected: "Take what you can do and no more".

© Pauline Like grandmothers in the Pauline

Dear Pauline at the horse market is a great contact point for all brunch fans who like a charming living room atmosphere. The mixed Sunday buffet with hot and cold dishes offers some vegan options and there is an à la carte breakfast. You have the choice between a classic breakfast place setting with baked goods, spreads, marinated tofu & Co., delicious porridge creations, muesli or fruit salad. On the second floor there is a cozy room with a couch and armchairs for relaxing. With € 18.70 for the brunch, the Pauline is moving in somewhat more expensive spheres, but coffee, tea, juice and water are included! With several people you should definitely reserve.

  • Pauline
  • New horse market 3, 20359 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., brunch: Sundays from 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and 12:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
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© Jools Everything fresh at Jools

Located directly at the beautiful Fischers Park in Altona and with its large outdoor terrace (a total of 40 to 45 people can sit in the restaurant), the "Jools" is the perfect location for a brunch in summer. What begins as a breakfast buffet soon turns into a set table with two starters, two to three warm dishes and two desserts. The Franzbrötchen are particularly popular, but the filled gnocchi and ravioli, cheese spaetzle, saltimbocca or Schupfnudeln, which are served alternately on Sundays, are really well received by the guests. Perhaps it is because "Jools" almost exclusively ends up with organic food. Maybe also because everything is prepared here very fresh. Vegetarians will always find something at the buffet, and the kitchen will also cater to vegans with prior notice. Of course you can not only have a great brunch here, but also have lunch and dinner!

  • Jools
  • Bernadottestrasse 20, 22763 Hamburg
  • Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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© Jennifer Marx Buffet on Sunday at Froindlichst

As a vegan, nobody in Hamburg has to go hungry. The happiest there is now twice in the Hanseatic city: in Winterhude and Ottensen. In both locations there is not only delicious pizza, burgers and burritos, but also brunch every Sunday. Classics such as vegan Mett, "egg" salad and stir-fried tofu should not be missing, of course. In addition, lasagna, enchilada casserole, oven-cooked vegetables, chickpea salad, fresh waffles, rice pudding and plucked cake are also served. And because the buffet selection varies every Sunday, more than just a visit is worthwhile.

  • Froindlichst
  • Barmbeker Str. 169, Hamburg
  • Sunday: 10: 00-12: 00 and 12: 30-14: 30 p.m.
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© Café Miller (Facebook) English breakfast, vegan tarts and beer in Café Miller

The Café Miller is not only a household name for FC St. Pauli fans, after all, every game of the Kiez team is shown on canvas in the pub. Unfortunately, for some there is still a secret breakfast, really delicious cakes, pies and hot drinks. The café is wonderfully suited to eating out bistro-like with representatives of all tastes and, especially on weekends, to fill up your stomach at the brunch buffet. The selection of cakes and tarts is plentiful, vegan and can even be really good “cheesecake”. But before you think of stopping by for coffee and cake on Saturday afternoon: check beforehand whether St. Pauli is playing – if so, you can probably only wave to the cake display case from outside or have to squeeze between the people. If you drop by late, it’s best to get a bulmer and delicious snacks such as cheese, ham or tomato and mozzarella sandwiches. upper Lecker!

  • Café Miller
  • Detlev-Bremer-Strasse 16, 20359 Hamburg
  • Sunday – Thursday: 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Friday and Saturday: 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 a.m., happy hour: Monday-Sunday: 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. all long drinks for € 4
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© Café Sternchance Facebook buffet in the Sternchance

The "SternChance" café and culture center is an insider tip for families. The children romp in the play corners and on the fenced outside area, the adults devote themselves to the battle on the cold and warm buffet. Above all, the selection of (exotic) salads here is unique: seaweed and glass noodle salad with seafood and sesame, oriental couscous salad with chickpeas, chicken and pineapple salad with yoghurt and curry, and pulpo salad with white broad beans are just a few Examples of what "SternChance" has to offer. Homemade pancakes with cinnamon, sugar, apple sauce and Nutella are also served from 12 noon. Soups and hot dishes change weekly, there is always something for vegetarians and vegans.

  • star chance
  • Schröderstiftstrasse 7, 20146 Hamburg
  • Sundays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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© Lina Hansen Brunch and asparagus munch at Vesper

Regardless of its name, you can not only have a good dinner in the "Vesper", but also brunch. Large groups in particular should keep an eye on the restaurant because it offers an extra room that can accommodate up to 60 people. The wide sun terrace pays off especially in summer – in the midst of the hustle and bustle on the lively Osterstraße, you would prefer to sit on the wide sidewalk all day and drink coffee. The large and varied buffet includes delicacies such as various antipasti, roast beef, Sunday roast or goulash with side dishes, pizza, Kaiserschmarrn and orange curd. From April onwards, gourmets can look forward to numerous variations of white or green stick vegetables during the asparagus season.

  • vespers
  • Osterstrasse 10-12, 20259 Hamburg
  • Monday – Friday: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Saturday – Sunday: 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 a.m., Sunday brunch from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
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© Café Brooks For brunch at Café Brooks

In search of a delicious brunch, a trip to the east of Hamburg is also worthwhile. In tranquil Eilbek, the “Café brooks” awaits with a shabby-chic look, fireplace, fresh cut flowers on the tables, soft pillow mountains and sheepskins on the seats. Groups of up to 14 people can register for the Saturday and Sunday brunch. Many lovingly prepared foods are lovingly presented here, most of which are suitable for vegetarians and vegans. The homemade breads in the varieties nut, core cranberry or banana alone are a highlight and can be combined perfectly with the various homemade spreads (e.g. feta tomato, apple and onion lard, vegan liver sausage).

  • Café Brooks
  • Hasselbrookstrasse 37, 22089 Hamburg
  • Brunch: Saturday and Sunday: 9.30am-12pm and 12.15pm-2.30pm
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© S.Karstens k 20up Skyline Bar with panoramic windows

20th floor, at a height of 90 meters, almost floating above the Elbe with a view from large panoramic windows onto the roofs of the city – that’s not how you eat every day. The brunch in the "20up Skyline Bar" in the "Empire Riverside Hotel" has its price, but the restaurant "waterkant" also creates dishes such as truffled sea bream or raspberry cream with pistachio and yuzu. If you are too lazy, you don’t even have to get up to help yourself at the buffet, because a Flying Fingerfood Service offers small bites right at the table. Vegetarian alternatives are provided, food intolerances can be indicated when making the reservation. With a group of up to 40 people you can come here by prior reservation.

  • 20up
  • Bernhard-Nocht-Strasse, 20359 Hamburg
  • Sundays: 12: 00-3: 00 p.m.
  • 64 euros
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© Pamukkale via Facebook Eat oriental at Pamukkale

In the "Pamukkale" one or the other has indulged in a kebab after a night of drinking in the ski jump. Another suggestion: go to bed earlier and go to the restaurant for Turkish brunch instead. On Sundays and public holidays, specialties such as Köfte or Sucuklu Yumurta – spicy garlic sausage with egg – are prepared here. That may sound very meaty now, but the buffet is also geared towards vegetarians and vegans. If you like live cooking action, you can get it here: guests can put together their own gozleme, pita pockets made of yufka dough, the filling with either potatoes, spinach, cheese and minced meat and watch them cook on a hot stone plate , The "Pamukkale" can accommodate groups of up to 30 people.

  • Pamukkale
  • Susannenstrasse 35, 20357 Hamburg
  • Monday – Thursday: 9 AM – 4 AM, Friday – Saturday: 9 AM – 5 AM, Sunday: 9 AM – 2 AM
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© L’Amira Syrian specialties at L’Amira

Falafel for breakfast? Why not! Especially when the chickpea balls are as juicy and beautiful as in the Syrian restaurant "L’Amira". But they only make up part of the brunch buffet, which alone consists of 15 different types of Mazza, which change every Sunday, the well-known oriental starters. These are freshly prepared, delicately spicy and also suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Tabbouleh, beetroot with goat cheese, humus, aubergine cream, goat curd with mint or lamb sausages are also specialties that the kitchen serves. And the brunch of "L’Amira" is also hard to beat in terms of price.

  • L’Amira Farmsen
  • Neusurenland 101, 22159 Hamburg
  • Sundays 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • 12.50 euros
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© Eisenstein Facebook The super brunch from Ottensen im Eisenstein

The Eisenstein restaurant in the Zeisehallen is not only a great place to eat pizza, but also offers an excellent breakfast buffet on Sundays and public holidays! There are not only rolls and cheese, but also homemade jams, smoked fish, fresh pancakes, rice pudding with red groats, antipasti vegetables and of course egg in all variations. You can easily switch from a small breakfast to lunch here and then stumble out around 3 p.m. satisfied and satisfied. Reserving is an advantage, because despite the size, the Eisenstein is often booked out!

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