Inspired by its location inside a Speicherstadt warehouse, this modern restaurant has exposed brick and beams that add a rustic charm to the large dining room and its sleek furniture and lighting. Like the architecture, Vlet's menu combines traditional German methods with new techniques. The restaurant's Labskaus, a twist on the old Hamburg favorite of beef, potato and beet, is made as a clear soup instead of a stew. The kitchen also offers diverse à la carte menus,
including a tasting menu that can be accompanied by corresponding glasses of wine, and the permanent "Durable" menu, which includes beef tartare prepared at the table. Although service is formal, the dining room is relaxed.