INN­SIDE HAM­BURG, HAM­BURG, GER­MANY

Mon­day to Fri­day 6:30 - 10:30 a.m. / Week­ends and hol­i­days 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

M Style - - Special Breakfast -

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.

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