Käpt’n Selmer Stube


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Käpt’n Selmer Stube

Käpt’n Selmer Stube has Italian and Asian influences on the menu, and you eat in beautifully tiled rooms alternatively on the terrace watching the sun set over the Wattenmeer. Not long ago this was rewarded 16 out of 20 points by "Gault Millau," and received one star from Michelin guide.


Sylt might only be 38.5 km long, but it has three Michelin starred restaurants, among around 200 places to eat – from bistros to world-class restaurants. The cuisine itself comes from all over Germany. Seafood, of course, is the real local specialty. The sand flats around the island are a superb breeding ground for shellfish, and Sylt’s oysters are considered among Europe’s finest.