The art of fine dining is celebrated in the open show kitchen of this hip, fairly casual restaurant set among the modern art exhibits of the Deichtorhallen. The chefs prepare straightforward, light German dishes with an emphasis on fresh fish. The minimalist dining room, highlighted only by an orange wall, might not be to everyone's liking, but the buzzing atmosphere, artsy clientele, fragrant food, and great personal attention from the waitstaff make this a top choice. Although it's not as sophisticated as the evening's offerings, the lunch menu here is still very good. And with most dishes hovering around ten euros, it's also a good deal.