Marend Tyrol is just around the corner

Monday, November 13 2023

Opening Times

Monday to Thursday: noon - 11:00pm

Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm


Marend Tiroler Küche
Feldstraße 29
20357 Hamburg-St. Pauli
.How to get there


Von-der-Tann-Straße 5


+49 40 36161545

Marend is a hearty Tyrolean snack where people laugh and socialise. Two Marend restaurants in the Hanseatic city have been offering their guests authentic Tyrolean cuisine for almost a decade. The stars on the plate are the dumplings. The menu is short and crisp, the food is fresh and flavoursome, and the owners are warm and welcoming. Lovers of straightforward, hearty cuisine can take a little time out in the Tyrolean mountains here, without the hassle of travelling.

It's autumn these days. The right time to retreat to cosy places to enjoy food and drinks together. If you are a fan of good food, especially Tyrolean cuisine, you should definitely pursue these activities at Marend. One of the restaurants is located in Eimsbüttel, the other is in the heart of the Karolinenviertel neighbourhood.

The interior of the shops conveys an instant mountain hut feeling. Rustic benches, chairs and tables made of light-coloured wood, illuminated by enamelled lamps with small, patinated shades. Cushions and blankets upholstered in rustic fabrics provide the necessary cushioning. We have chosen the Marend in Feldstraße for our visit today.

A view through the large window shows the Feldstraße bunker, the cathedral and Feldstraße underground station. The dishes have been delivered from the open kitchen for nine years now. The Marend has successfully asserted itself in the city's gastronomic cosmos. One reason for this, besides the consistent quality, is the unique selling point of dumplings.

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These are available in flavoursome varieties, all with the perfect consistency, and always accompanied by a fresh green salad with roasted sunflower seeds and a vinaigrette of vinegar and pumpkin seed oil. The dumpling flour, which is specially sourced from Austria, ensures the right dumpling consistency.

Lisa Dialer is the owner and founder of Marend in Feldstraße, the first of the two restaurants, and comes from Tyrol. She left her homeland for Hamburg when she was 23. The reason for the move was her training as a sound engineer in the early 2000s. During this time, she worked part-time in the catering industry. She has remained loyal to it ever since. Her work as a sound engineer is reflected in the excellent playlist we hear during our visit.

Our dumplings of choice are the mushroom dumpling with mushroom cream sauce and parmesan, and a lemon dumpling with lemon thyme butter. The spinach dumplings in brown butter with parmesan and the beetroot dumplings with goat's cheese in brown butter also make us happy. For dessert, an apricot dumpling in butter crumbs with vanilla ice cream.

Yummy! Not only does it taste great, it also fills you up. We stay a while longer, drinking Zweigelt and enjoying the atmosphere of the Marend before floating home through the cool autumn air. - We're already looking forward to our next visit!

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