Culinary quests: Five top-notch restaurants on the Baltic Sea
The wind blows and stirs up the water of the Baltic Sea. Wrapped up in thick jackets, a walk on the beach is a refreshing affair and this, of course, can make you hungry. So that nobody has to drive home with a growling stomach, funkyGERMANY has found five restaurants on the Baltic Sea that are waiting for you to stop by.
Hotel Das James in Flensburg
Guests at the Hotel Das James in Flensburg are spoiled for choice. The culinary diversity of the hotel’s World of Enjoyment is fourfold. On the one hand, there is the casual James Farmhouse, with an open kitchen and food creations from the in-house James Farm. In addition, the Casual Fine Dining Restaurant, Das Grace invites you into the fold. Meanwhile, at the Minato, Japanese food culture can be experienced where sushi artist, Hiro Suzuki, takes her guests on an Asian flavor journey. And to top it all off, The Roof pampers hotel and day spa guests with fresh á la carte dishes in the glow of an open fire.
Burg Klause on Fehmarn
Regional, national and seasonal cuisine are on the menu in the family-run Hotel Restaurant Burg-Klause in Burg on the island of Fehmarn. The creations are fresh and varied, the ingredients are seasonal and, of course, there’s fish. Also, national delicacies that reveal the southern German origins of the hotel manager, Hans-Peter Wolf, or the worldwide kitchen experience of his son, Bastian Wolf, are also offered.
Lütt Hus in Heiligenhafen
Lütt Hus is located in a charming brick house in the heart of the old town of Heiligenhafen. The name says it all with its very limited seating and a menu which is small and changing on a daily basis. A reservation in advance is therefore highly recommended. German specialties are served, depending on what’s in season and from the cozy dining room of the restaurant, guests can also watch the chef preparing each and every dish.
The Wolkenlos in Timmendorfer Strand is definitely must visit regarding restaurants on the Baltic Sea. The restaurant sits over the water and is more than just a wonderful address for a sundowner with a view of the sea in summer. Pleasure and coziness also form a symbiosis in winter. The guests can look forward to refined recipes of regional cuisine all year round. And here’s a special eye-catcher: the floor of the light-flooded interior is partly made of glass; therefore, you can not only feel the sea under your feet, you can also see it!
Donnerlüttchen in Kiel
The operators of the Donnerlüttchen restaurant in Kiel pride themselves in making special and delicious dishes from northern Germany for their guests. By looking back at old traditions, they’ve managed to revive classic and forgotten dishes, giving them new life on the plate. As a Feinheimisch member, value is placed on working with small local producers and using regional ingredients. So, how about some classic panfish, vegetarian Labskaus or sweet Friesian cake?