Veal tartare with red flavours, cod spiced with cardamom and cinnamon, or egg plant ice cram are served at “The Table”: http: //www.thetable-hamburg.de. Despite its exquisite cuisine, fine dining comes not along formal, but casual and cosy. Kevin Fehling, owner and chef-de-cuisine, says that the enjoyment of eating is his highest priority
“A Momenf of Excitement”
Just opened in HafenCity, Hamburg, The Table was awarded three stars by MICHELIN guide inspectors. Its 38 year old chef Kevin Fehling had already been awarded three stars in 2013 for his previous restaurant, Belle Epoque, which he closed a few months ago. “Kevin Fehling masters his art today!” commented Michael Ellis, International Director of MICHELIN Guides. “In his new, impressively decorated establishment, Kevin Fehling transports us to a world where every dish is a moment of excitement. His cuisine demonstrates his total mastery of technique and exceptional maturity which is the prerogative of all top chefs”. “The Table – Kevin Fehling” in Hamburg is the only Michelin three-star restaurant in a major German city.
Germany’s Only Three-Star Metropolis
For 50 years, Michelin has been granting his famous stars to outstanding chefs. In 2016, Michelin awarded 290 restaurants with stars including three stars to 10 restaurants, two stars to 39, and a single star to a record 241 restaurants in Germany. A further 271 restaurants were awarded with a Bib Gourmand for excellent food at more reasonably prices. Four restaurants received a second star, while 26 received a first star. At the
website , all restaurants can be filtered by stars and regions.