Berta Emil Richard Schneider Hamburg

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Berta Emil Richard Schneider – No Schnickschnack

No matter what time of day, no matter what your belly is craving – this place has got your back. As a mixture of bar and restaurant, you are offered a small but still delicious menu. Start your morning with some French Toast (or as Germans call it: Armer Ritter/poor knight) soaked in dulce de leche and covered in mascarpone and strawberries. Maybe add a tiny little mimosa with freshly pressed orange juice just for fun. Or do you prefer some Eggs Benedict with asparagus and peas? What about an Asian-inspired interpretation of the classical Hamburg Labskaus for dinner with flavors like kimchi and wasabi mashed potatoes, perhaps followed by a sweet casserole with Franzbrötchen, strawberries, rhubarb jam and tonka beans? Finish your evening with highball classics like Pisco Sour or Moscow Mule.

Originally, this place used to be a butcher’s shop owned by the family Berschneider and the restaurant’s name Berta Emil Richard Schneider originates in the German phonetic alphabet. Nowadays you will find a combination of old, traditional recipes with a new twist and international influences – the menu changes regularly, but you will always find some vegan or veggie options.

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Details about this spot



Kampstraße 25-27, Hamburg

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Opening Times

Wed - Fri 17:30 - 23:00, Sat 09:00 - 00:00, Sun 09:00 - 23:45


Armer Ritter: € 11


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Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)