Hygge and harbour atmosphere at Restaurant Stockfleth

Here you can enjoy delicious dishes with fresh fish, seafood and well-prepared steaks.
Everyday and party, lunch and dinner. Honest food and authentic atmosphere.

Authentic harbor atmosphere

Restaurant Stockfleth is centrally located by the old fishing port in the port’s old fillet factory. When the fillet factory closed, the premises were converted into an art café and later into a cozy restaurant.

From the restaurant and our terrace you can enjoy the view of the cozy harbor environment with the small cutters, galleries and delicious delicatessen shops.

Fish restaurant with a focus on the good taste and experience

With a focus on quality and fresh ingredients, you can enjoy our selection of fish and meat dishes.

At Restaurant Stockfleth, we always focus on the good taste experience. We select our ingredients carefully, bake, pickle and like to prepare everything from scratch.

Lunch or dinner

If you want a good hearty lunch, Restaurant Stockfleth is the place for you.
We offer delicious lunch menus, both with the good Danish classics and also with our own little twist.

Our evening menu reflects the change of seasons, with the best selected ingredients, always with good taste at the fore, whether you are into delicate seafood, fresh fish or well-roasted steaks.

Events, celebrations and take away

If you want to celebrate a festive event, we are of course also available, whether you want to hold your party with us or want us to deliver the food to you. Our skilled staff is ready to plan the menu together with you.

We also offer the dishes on our menu as take-away, if you fancy something delicious without spending time in the kitchen yourself.

Upcoming events at Stockfleth

New events coming up

The story

Johan Chr. Wibe Stockfleth was the harbormaster in Ebeltoft in the 19th century. He was behind the construction of the pier on which Restaurant Stockfleth now stands.

As a local zealot, he understood that the town’s progress depended on shipping traffic and had the approx. 300-metre-long pier and the harbor by it built at his own expense and with a little help from the church treasury.

If you want to read more about the port’s history, you can follow the link below.

See you again at Ebeltoft’s nicest restaurant.

About the harbour (in Danish)