The Oberhafenkantine was built in 1925 as a so-called coffee flap. Coffee flaps were used by the port and shipyard workers. Because it is right on the beach, it was submerged by storm surges and has fallen over time with time.
It was declared a National Monument in 2000, and in 2005 the cultural monument was renovated and leased to celebrity chef Tim Mälzer. In 2007 and 2014, hurricanes caused severe damage to the building. The tenants changed several times.
For me, the small Oberhafenkantine is an absolute amiability in the port of Hamburg.
The menu offers good down to earth hamburger food. How about Labskaus and for dessert a blushing virgin?
April 3, 2019
"Hamburg's weirdest place," as one reporter once called the Oberhafen canteen. Because she actually has heavy list page, as it is there on the quay wall in the Stockmeyerstraße in Oberhafen. But also because today it seems a bit diagonal, when in a "snack" in fact everything is homemade and freshly prepared.
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November 11, 2019
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