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HACO in Hamburg St. Pauli Restaurant With Nordic Influences

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If restaurant Hæbel in Hamburg isn’t Nordic enough for you, then head over to HACO and step into Scandinavia. Situated in the young and vibrant St. Pauli area, head chef Björn Juhnke is equally as patriotic and passionate about his neighborhood as Fabio Haebel. HACO is a semi-fine dining eatery with a ten-course tasting menu that is all about seasonal and regional products, zero waste, and follows a nose-to-tail philosophy. Wines are all natural!

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Restaurant HACO in Hamburg
Restaurant HACO in Hamburg
2017, Strekov, Don Zsolt
2017, Strekov, Don Zsolt
Blinis with sour cream, pike roe & dill. Pickled rat's tail radishes on the side
Blinis with sour cream, pike roe & dill. Pickled rat’s tail radishes on the side
Tomatoes, rapeseed oil & pigweed
Tomatoes, rapeseed oil & pigweed
Chef Björn Juhnke at HACO
Chef Björn Juhnke at HACO
Norwegian king crab, crambe & mayo
Norwegian king crab, crambe & mayo
My dining companion Fabio Haebel
My dining companion Fabio Haebel
Stinging nettle soup
Stinging nettle soup
Mackerel, fennel & dill
Mackerel, fennel & dill
All natural wines at HACO
All natural wines at HACO
A bonus dish of potato & onion
A bonus dish of potato & onion
Venison & hart's tongue
Venison & hart’s tongue
Pumpernickel parfait & cherries
Pumpernickel parfait & cherries
Cucumber, goat's yogurt ice crema & honey
Cucumber, goat’s yogurt ice crema & honey

What’s the best tasting menu you’ve had in Hamburg? Feel free to share in a comment below.

Disclaimer

This meal was sponsored by Hamburg Marketing. The sponsor had no influence on the content of this article. I received no monetary payment.

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