Piment was the second restaurant we went to during our weekend in Hamburg in July 2017.
It is located in the bourgeois bohemian area of Eppendorf. For our dinner on July 15th, we had a choice of two menus: Piment and Nouri’s each for 108 euros. We opted for Piment.
Our meal started with an amuse-bouche that was delicate with a touch of spices, then arrived the mackerel starter which was light and flavorsome. Our second dish was a couscous with turnip, a specialty of chef Wahabi Nouri due to his Moroccan heritage, followed by a Skrei with pomelo and lemon velouté. The halibut fish was served perfectly crispy and cooked and finally a clementine sorbet with elderflower foam.
The wine list was very short for a Michelin-starred restaurant.
The service in solitaire by maître d’ and sommelier.
Piment deserves its star for innovative cooking and the chef's technique, however it lacks some kind of je-ne-sais-quoi to make it really great.
PimentAddress : Lehmweg 29,20251 Hamburg, GermanyTel : +49 40 42937788www.restaurant-piment.de
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