Restaurant Haerlin at Fairmont Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Hamburg
The Haerlin Restaurant is decorated with lots of awards, it is awarded with two Michelin Stars and 19 Gault Millau Points and the titles German Restaurant of the Year 2014 and 2016 (Der Feinschmecker), Hamburg’s Best Chef 2014 (Great Gourmet Prize Hamburg) and Chef of the Year 2015 (Gault Millau). These are a lot awards and all of them are really well deserved. But what is the meaning of the restaurant‘s name?
1897 a South German hotelier from Stuttgart, named Friedrich Haerlin, bought the hotel „Zu den Vier Jahreszeiten“ and the history of the iconic Hamburg Hotel started and its restaurant still wears the family name of its founder Friedrich Haerlin.
Nowadays more than 100 years later inside these historic walls with so many history the Chef Christoph Rüffer and his team are really celebrating fine dining at its best! Like they are noting on their homepage:
Creativity and international influences also add to the restaurant’s interior: Chinese silk tapestries and gold embossing complement bright nuances of cream and light green. Real highlights for oenophiles are the built-in wine closet made of glass and polished brass which contains precious liquids and rarities as well as the associated Sommelier’s high table. The Four Seasons are represented in form of four Nymphenburg porcelain statuettes from 1919.
So we highly recommend to discover that iconic place, its history, its interior and well don’t forget to book a table soon enough and discover the tasting menu, it deserves any single award and star it received so far! Just breathtaking – check our pics – we think they speak from themselves 🙂
Neuer Jungfernstieg 9-14, inside “Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten”, 20354 Hamburg