Friday, August 15, 2014

Matsumi Japanese Restaurant, Hamburg, Germany

Recently, we made a trip to the port city of Hamburg for a short trip. After a quick search, we stumbled upon Matsumi, a Japanese restaurant nearby the places we were visiting for the day. Matsumi serves set lunches at reasonable prices, so it is a good way to sample their offerings without spending a fortune.

Una-don. Beautifully grilled eel served over rice. 

Entrance to the restaurant

Tables are small but well-suited to the customer base, mostly groups of 2 or small families. They also have tatami rooms that seat bigger groups of 10-14 pax.


Pickled vegetables as an appetiser

The bar area where the chef dishes out the sushi.

Shake-Teri-Don. Grilled salmon served on rice with vegetables and a miso soup. Fish was beautifully cooked and vegetables had a good bite to them.



The eel was soft and flavoursome, and the dish also comes with a miso soup.

After a meal, you can take a stroll along the Botanical Gardens aka Planten un Blomen. It is a beautiful garden with various flowers from all around the world. Well worth a visit for the plant lovers.









Opening times: Tuesday to Saturday; Lunch 12.00 pm - 2.30pm, Dinner 6.30 pm- 11.00pm. Sundays and Mondays closed. Open on public holidays from 6.30pm

Price: 32€ for two persons.

Location: Matsumi, Colonnaden 96, 1st Floor, 20354 Hamburg, Germany

Tel: +49 040- 34 31 25

Website: http://www.matsumi.de/


*This is a guest post by The Unc.



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1 comment:

  1. WHAT??? Going Japanese in Germany? No, thank you. Give me the pork trotters, their extra big and long sausages. Yum! Yummmmmm!!!!!!!

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