It all began with a beach kiosk on the beach. Here, the Swabian chef Herbert Seckler sold home cooking in his younger years until his snack bar burnt down in 1982. That was when the time came for the restaurant Sansibar in its present form. With over 160 indoor seats in the restaurant and 250 outdoor seats on the terrace and in the dunes, it is a very popular meeting place for both locals and tourists. In 2009, the chef even received the “Restaurateur of the Year” award for his work. The name of the restaurant is derived from the exotic name given to the nudist beach in the 1930s.