In Den Rustwat occupies one of Rotterdam’s best preserved historic buildings; the Inn dates back to 1597 and has enjoyed an impressive 400 year culinary history. The Inn started off at the top of the Honingerdijk, but the building was moved to its current location, next to Trompenburg Tuinen & Arboretum, in 1959.
Many authentic items have been preserved; the tile flooring is original, just like the Delft blue tiles on the wall and the ‘collapsed’ thatched roof is certainly a veritable eye-catcher too.
Marcel is the Patron Chef, the kitchen is his domain. If you say Marcel, you are saying fish, shellfish and crustaceans. And sauces. He prepares everything himself. He prefers for the carefully chosen ingredients to retain their original values as much as possible, but does like to add his own flavour signature. The classic French cuisine is his base
Restaurant In Den Rustwat has been awarded the BIB Gourmand!
Awarded by Michelin for the excellent value for money In Den Rustwat offers.
In Den Rustwat – Honingerdijk 96, 3062 NX Rotterdam
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