Reservation 040 / 43 65 43DE
“Meat of the finest quality” – this is stated right at the top of our menu at the Schlachterbörse.
Matured for at least six weeks. Steaks, five centimetres high and seven centimetres long. Red in the centre, becoming pink towards the outside, with a beautifully roasted crust - a culinary delight for every meat lover.
People come to us for cuisine that is honest, with a high standard of quality.
When looking into the corner tavern, you’ll notice its rich tradition at a glance. The Schlachterbörse in Kampstr. 42 has been writing history for over 100 years. It all began in 1904, as a trading exchange at Hamburg’s Slaughterhouse. In the early 70’s, Wolfgang and Margit Süße took over the rooms, already rich in tradition. They turned it into a restaurant which has since become one of the leading institutions of Hanseatic tavern culture in Hamburg.
Our regulars are not the only ones who know this – celebrities also drop by regularly. As one of the great locations in Hamburg, it attracts big names like Nicolas Cage, Antonio Banderas, the Bee Gees, the former Chancellor and Udo Jürgens. Our attentive staff will ensure that you experience an unforgettable evening in an ambience that is rich in history. With its interior of times gone by and its modern hospitality, the Schlachterbörse creates a wonderful blend that makes you want to come back.
Our well-informed staff will be happy to answer any meat-related questions you may have - they can even offer tips on cooking meat at home. But that’s not all - even seafood lovers will be impressed. And wine connoisseurs will be more than content to round off their culinary experience with our excellent Silvaner from our own vineyard.
Something unique at the Schlachterbörse is that every guest is welcome to make a short visit behind the scenes, before taking a seat in the adjoining rooms beyond the kitchen.
Mondays to Sundays: 4pm to midnight
Telephone reservations: +49 (0)40 / 43 65 43
Parking spaces (free) can be found directly at the Slaughterhouse, Entrance ‘Tor 1’, Lagerstraße