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De Beren Boot

De Beren Boot (Aanlegsteiger aan de Parkhaven t.o. Euromast, Rotterdam) — experience a culinary boat tour on the Maas river with the Berenboot. Enjoying the view of the Rotterdam Skyline while savouring delicious grilled meat and fish dishes. During the two and a half hour sailing tour, you can eat all the sate and spare […]

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Bourbon Street

Bourbon Street (Leidsekruisstraat 6-8, Amsterdam) — Music memorabilia covers the walls of this intimate club hosting live jazz, blues & soul.  Inspired by New Orleans’ bar scene, this place has been going strong since its opening in 1990.

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Treasure

Treasure (Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 115-117, Amsterdam) — In a city with a passion for Indonesian food, it can be difficult to find traditional Chinese cuisine, let alone good traditional Chinese cuisine. Don’t despair — make a beeline for this legendary restaurant. It offers a wide array of classic Chinese choices in a classic Chinese setting: Lots […]

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Taberna Dushi

Taberna Dushi (Pannekoekstraat 40A, Rotterdam) — Dushi means “delicious” in Papiamento (a dialect spoke in the Dutch Caribbean islands). Come discover the best of Mediterranean and Caribbean cooking. An informal eatery for a relaxed meal and drinks.

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Sumo

Sumo (Westersingel 1A, Rotterdam) — Sumo is a Japanese Sushi & Grill restaurant where you can enjoy various Japanese specialties with fresh ingredients in a stylish Asian ambiance. With the ‘all-you-can eat concept’ you can eat all the sushi and Japanese grilled dishes you want for a fixed price. For lunch you have 2 hours […]

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Rakang

Rakang (Elandsgracht 29-31, Amsterdam) — A meal here is a delight to more than just the sense of taste. The dishes, many of them authentic regional specialties, come in generous portions and are seasoned with Thai spices, carefully blending fierce chili peppers with delicate flavors like ginger, coriander (cilantro), and Thai basil, to suit any […]

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Popocatepetl

Popocatepetl (Spaansepoort 71, Rotterdam) — In a country with a large number of restaurants from Indonesia and other exotic corners of the planet, there are not too many Mexican or other Latin restaurant in Holland. A visit to ‘Popo’ means a night of lively and exuberant Mexico. Cheerful servers, classic cocktails, authentic dishes and Latino […]

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Little V

Little V (Grotekerkplein 109-111, Rotterdam) — Little V is Vietnamese food at its best. This restaurant situated next to the Laurence Church proves that Vietnamese cuisine consists of more than eggrolls. Some dishes are familiar, others are a pleasant surprise. Pure, fresh ingredients with many influences from surrounding countries, enhanced by a French cuisine. They […]

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Duende

Duende (Lindengracht 62, Amsterdam) — Dark, atmospheric, friendly — there’s no better place than Duende to experience the varied palette of small plates that are Spanish tapas. Take just one or two and you have a nice accompaniment to a few drinks; put five, six, or more together and you have a full-scale meal. Pick […]

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De Silveren Spiegel

De Silveren Spiegel (Kattengat 4-6, Amsterdam) — The menu at “The Silver Mirror,” one of the oldest and best-known restaurants in Amsterdam, offers updated preparations of traditional seafood and meat dishes, such as baked sole filets with wild spinach, and trilogy of lamb with ratatouille — but just as in the old days, the lamb […]