Foodies won’t be disappointed with Hamburg’s culinary scene, which spans Michelin-starred restaurants (10 to be exact, with a total of 15 stars between them), mid-range neighborhood favorites, and an increasing slew of pop-ups and street food spots. For serious fireworks, book well ahead for Kevin Fehling’s three-Michelin-starred The Table, which serves a constantly evolving tasting menu for 20 guests at a time. Prefer memorable food without the price tag? The small and smart Cornelia Poletto serves top-notch pasta, antipasti, and herbed rotisserie chicken backed up by hundreds of quality wines, while Nil has been offering its impeccable French-, German- and Mediterranean-influenced dishes since 1989. Fans of pulled pork, burgers, vegan tacos, and the like will love the Hallo Frau Nachbar (summer only) neighborhood market, as well as the weekly Food Truck Market in Altona. The city’s original street food, the Sunday morning fish market, has been serving up sandwiches, soups, and more since the early 18th century.