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Trouble reading Hamburg menus/Favorite restaurants

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I have just spent a glorious day researching Hamburg restaurants for our upcoming trip (I do love Spring Breaks!). Anyway, I have noticed that most of the restaurants I have looked at have no English translation on their websites. I've researched other countries for past trips, & many of the restaurants had some sort of English translation. Now this really doesn't bother me. I can still get a feel of the restaurant. My concern is that once at the restaurant, I will have no clue of what's on the menu. Will there be an English explanation under the German entry? Or, should I study up on my German food words? I still remember being in Portugal & ordering what I thought was a pepperoni pizza for my daughter. When the pizza arrived, it was topped with red bell peppers. It was the most delicious pizza I'd ever had. Unfortunately, my daughter didn't agree.


Also, anyone have any must not miss restaurants in Hamburg?

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