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Fish rolls in Travemünde

Maritime delicacies with herring, salmon or fish cakes

On the coast, they have long since become a cult – crispy fresh rolls, exquisitely filled with eel, mackerel, herring, salmon, shrimps, fish cake or Bismarck herring.

Fresh fish rolls with a tasty filling are in season all year round in the far north and they are an essential part of your break by the sea. Whether to go, in a small fish stall right in Travemünde’s fishermen's harbour or in a fish restaurant – this typically northern snack is a real treat.

That is the classic among all fish rolls

The best-known version of the fish roll is the herring roll. Further typical ingredients are onion rings, gherkins and a lettuce leaf and if it’s fried fish, tartar sauce goes well with it. Hmm, delicious!

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What is the Mikey fish burger?

To celebrate World Fish Roll Day, Travemünde’s fish sommelier Mike Wöbke is revealing his recipe for his tasty Mikey fish burger for you to copy when you need to prepare fast food at home. Bon appetit!

Ingredients:
Fish fingers, burger buns, mayonnaise, gherkin relish or burger gherkins, tomatoes, lettuce leaves, cheese and one fresh onion.

Cook the fish fingers in the oven (less fat), toast the sliced burger buns briefly or brown them in a pan with no fat. Just before the fish fingers are ready, cover them with cheese (to make sure it melts a little). Now spread the buns with mayonnaise, lay the lettuce leaves on top and add the relish or gherkin and tomato slices (tomato can also be seasoned with salt and pepper). Lay the fish fingers topped with cheese (2-3 depending on the size of the buns) on top, add some fresh onion and close the roll, done! It’s also a good idea to fix them on 1 or 2 toothpicks.

Enjoy preparing it!

Fish roll recipe by Steffen Henssler

Fischbrötchen

Out and about on Fish Roll Street

Do you know the most tasty culinary promenade on the Baltic Sea? If not, it’s high time: Make your way along Fish Roll Street! Begin your gourmet excursion in Travemünde; this is where Fish Roll Street starts and it leads you along Lübeck Bay as far as Rettin: always on the trail of the tasty fish snack. Whether you’re travelling by car, on foot or by bike along the wonderful Baltic Sea cycling trails – the fish roll stalls are sure to lead you safely to the finishing line with their aroma.

In Travemünde, you can stop off at as many as six fish stalls whether in the very original style of Königs Fischbrötchen in the fishermen's harbour or in street food style at Fin & Grete. Things get cosy in the fish restaurant Kajüte right on Travemünde’s main shopping street Vorderreihe. At Fisch Wöbke, you will be greeted by fish sommelier Mike Wöbke with delicious fish specialities, and Gosch also serves its tasty fish rolls in Travemünde overlooking the River Trave. And the ferry will take you to Fischer Kajüte on Priwall at the blink of an eye. Mmmm. Feel free to drop in!

A weekend without a fish roll is possible, but it makes no sense!

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