INNSIDE HAMBURG, HAMBURG, GERMANY
Monday to Friday 6:30 - 10:30 a.m. / Weekends and holidays 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
What makes this breakfast special?
The kitchen uses mostly local products, and the breakfast buffet is given a northern German touch with a selection of smoked fish. The menu varies throughout the year, depending on which fruits are in season, and the selection of cheeses and cold cuts is changed on a regular basis. The pastries
also change from day to day.
What does it include?
A selection of different rolls, breads, pastries and muesli.
All kinds of dairy products, including different kinds of milk and yoghurt (plain or with fruit) with bircher muesli, plus cheese curds, cottage cheese, cream cheese and a variety of sliced cheeses. There are also cold cuts; four different kinds of jam; hazelnut cocoa spread; honey; fresh fruits and vegetables; dried fruits like apricots, plums and raisins; sunflower seeds and pumpkin seeds; savoury foods like sausages, grilled tomatoes, bacon, boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, fried eggs and omelettes; and salads with herring, poultry and meat. To drink: coffee, hot chocolate, ten different teas and three
kinds of fruit juice (orange, apple and mixed fruit). Finally, we offer gluten-free bread, rolls and muesli, plus lactose-free milk, yoghurt and soymilk.
What’s the star dish?
The honeycomb; our guests get the freshest honey and hand-cut fruit salad.
Where is it served?
It’s served in the restaurant/bar area, and guests can also sit outside on the waterfront terrace.
What’s the best thing to do in the city after enjoying one of these incredible meals?
After breakfast, take a stroll through Hamburg’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Speicherstadt. It’s only a 10-minute walk away, and it will give you an idea of the city’s mercantile history. You can also visit the nearby Harbor Bazaar museum, which displays curiosities that were brought in by sailors over the past few decades or even centuries ago. Or visit St. Nicholas’ Church, where you’ll find an interesting exhibition about the city’s destruction during
the Second World War, as well as the world’s fifth-highest church tower, which offers an impressive view of Hamburg. If museums aren’t your thing, continue on towards the Landungsbrücken and watch all the ships come in. Walk through the old tunnel under the Elbe River and enjoy the best view of the city’s skyline from the opposite shore. On Sundays you can get up early to visit Hamburg’s famous fish market, where you can purchase almost anything (but mostly fish). Live music brings together merchants, tourists and the night owls who are having their final beers after a long night out on
the legendary Reeperbahn. After visiting the fish market, you’ll still have enough time to enjoy your breakfast at the INNSIDE Hamburg Hafen.