Hamburg’s position as Europe’s second biggest port, along with its long tradition as an international trading center, has brought a mosaic of global influences to the city’s dining scene. Eschewing the hearty, meat-heavy fare typical throughout the country, Hamburg chefs highlight lighter, reimagined cuisine with an emphasis on seafood from the nearby North Sea, as well as fresh vegetables and fruits from the fertile river valleys near the city.

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