Restaurant Fitzgerald. A contemporary food and wine destination with a stunning international look and feel

1 Michelin Star!

Restaurant Fitzgerald. Named after the famous writer Francis Scott Fitzgerald. A contemporary food and wine destination with a stunning international look and feel, a beautiful interior, modern design with vintage classics. The restaurant serves high quality menu’s with a extensive collection of wines.

The impressive fingerfood bar serves a varying international food menu with small international dishes, combined with the outstanding wines. Locates at the Old Harbour Quartier.

Open from Tuesday to Friday for lunch and dinner, on Saterday open for dinner

Gelderseplein 49, 3011 WZ Rotterdam

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Photo Credits: Fitzgerald,  Jeroen Hofman & René Bosch.



 

Rotterdam: Holland’s infamous port city may be the hippest place in the country

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 The Globe and Mail

 

Temples of gastronomy are not something you necessarily expect in Holland. In general, the country’s food rep leans to the stodgy and the tuberous.

But the quirky idea of building a food market shaped like an inverted U that incorporates apartments in its arch – residents’ windows peeking out of a giant raspberry or avocado in the hallucinatory ceiling mural – is thoroughly Dutch, a typical mix of playfulness and practicality.

The new tunnel-shaped Markthal in Rotterdam is designed by edgy local architecture firm MVRDV. It’s part of a new wave of exciting building projects in the last year or so that has given us a Rotterdam 2.0 of sorts. A city that, formerly, barely registered with travellers, the Dutch port is now on many a must-see list for its unique design sensibility.

Long known for drug alleys, broad daylight hookers and other inevitabilities of being the biggest port city in Europe, Rotterdam is now the hippest place in Holland. With scores of Amsterdammers coming here to party and a maker mindset that evolved out of necessity, it is a place of non-stop design and innovation.

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