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Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner


Kiem Foei

When running low on cash try one of the take-away restaurants on the West-Kruiskade where they serve a lot of food for little money. Wanna try tropical food from a former Dutch colony? Then head over to Kiem Foei where they have a nicely priced variety of Surinam and Antillean food. The place doesn’t look hip but who cares? It’s filled with locals because the food is good. Their neighbor Cong’s Place is a good alternative at late hours.


West Kruiskade 29a, (010) 4139983, open daily 12pm-11.30pm. Cash only!




Sit down and relax at Open. In this cozy little restaurant you can eat a healthy Mediterranean sandwich or salad for lunch and delicious pasta’s for dinner at a fair price.


Jacobusstraat 215, (010) 2136257, open Tue-Thu 5pm-10pm, Fri-Mon 12pm-10pm , Sundays are closed



Urban Espressobar

When you are thinking coffee is better anywhere else but here, well, stop thinking. Australian owned Urban Espressobar is serving more than decent coffees in their little cafe. It’s filled with all sorts of coffee-loving people, among them lots of (international) students and artists. Besides great coffee they also offer delicious home-made cakes and good sandwiches. Don't forget to check their basement art gallery.


Urban WEST Nieuwe Binnenweg 263 - (010) 4770188 

monday 11.00 - 18.00

tuesday - saturday 09.00 - 18.00

sunday 10.00 - 18.00

Urban EAST Botersloot 44a - (010) 2130768

tuesday - saturday 09.00 - 17.30

sunday 10.00 - 17.30

monday  11.00 - 17.30



Warung Mini

When you are just running low on cash or when you roll out of a bar/club and are still hungry and fancy a healthy snack, Warung Mini is the place to go for a really late night snack. They serve their famous saoto soup and Surinam sandwiches. Dutchies love it!


Witte de Withstraat 47, open Mon-Thu 12pm-12am, Fri 12pm-6am, Sat 4pm-6am Sun 4pm - 12am

Their webiste in Dutch




Bazar is a multicultural restaurant with a nice Arabic ambiance. You get big portions for a relatively low price! It is even worthwhile just for a drink or cake and their fresh mint tea is the specialty of the house. Reservations are recommended or be prepared to wait for half an hour.


Witte de Withstraat 16, (010) 2065151, open Mon-Thu 8am-1am, Fri 8am-2am, Sat 9am-2am, Sun 9am-12am

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Dudok owes its name to the architect Willem Marinus Dudok, who is also responsible for the design of the Bijenkorf. Dudok is a large open hall with weird acoustics. Although no music is played it is always loud. Feel right at home at the reading table and you'll become a true inhabitant of our international city. Dinner is quite expensive but their delicious apple pie (€ 3.15 a slice) make it worth a visit.


Meent 88, (010) 4333102, open Mon-Wed 8am-11pm, Thu 8am-12pm, Fri-Sat 9am-1am, Sun 10am-11pm





How many pancakes can you eat while sailing around the Rotterdam harbor on the Pannenkoekenboot? At the all-you-can-eat buffet you can choose plain, apple or bacon pancakes with all kinds of toppings, like powdered sugar, cheese, ham, fruit, shoarma, syrup and much more, to decorate them. The cruise starts and ends across the street from the Euromast. With your Euromast ticket you get a 20% discount. Boarding is possible 15 minutes in advance of each cruise.


Parkhaven opposite the Euromast, (010) 4367295, one hour trip € 15.- p.p. departs Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun at 4.30pm or 6pm (extra boats depart on holidays at 4.30pm and 6pm on Tue and Thu)

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Het Eethuisje van Delfshaven

The Netherlands ain't famous for their Haute Cuisine. Still, you can't just leave without trying some traditional Dutch food. Eethuisje van Delfshaven is one of the very few places where they serve really typical Dutch food, like Stampot. Bea and Martin will make you feel right at home in their tiny restaurant in Historical Delfshaven.


Mathenesserdijk 436, (010) 4254917, open Mon-Sat 4pm-9pm



Dunya Lokanta

This restaurant has a high quality Mediterranean (Anatolia and Mesopotamia) kitchen. It’s a great place to have lunch or dinner. The staff is nice, the decoration is traditional, the background music is relaxing and the atmosphere is cozy. The food is inexpensive and the quality is great! If you have never tried "Pide" before, we recomend you to give a chance, they are cheap and fulfilling. Also anatolian dish of the day €7.50 (every day).


Dunya Lokanta is located at the back of Central Station. Proveniersstraat 40a, open Mon-Sun 5pm-10pm. (no lunch)



Every Sunday at 7pm you can get a three course vegan dinner in Poortgebouw for only 5 euros. The meal is organised and cooked by the community living in this former squat. Sometimes there are other activities, like live music, open stage shows, swap markets...


Poortgebouw, Stieltjesstraat 38, Sun 7pm



Lof der Zoetheid

Realy nice place to have breakfast, lunch and heaps of sweet things:) Together with it's good atmosphere and beautifull decorations it's one of the new hotspots in Rotterdam.


Noordplein 1, 010-2650070 or 06-45044311, open Thu 10.00 - 17.00, Fri-Sun 10.00 - 17.30. 


Gare du Nord 

Vegan restaurant. Very nice place, the restaurant is actually an old train wagon located in a small square, where they grow a some of the vegetables they cook with.

It is only 10 minutes walking from the central station and 2 minutes from the Hostel de Mafkees (!).

Their website


Anthoniestraat 2, open from 12h - 22h.

Closed on mondays.


Heavinly Cupcakes

A vegan pastry shop (!). In it you'll find a wide range of cupcakes (as their name suggests), and many different cakes. They also have meals for lunch, as well as some other vegan products and ice cream.

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Nieuwe Binnenweg 244, open from Tuesday until Sunday, from 11pm - 5pm, except on Saturdays, when they close at 6pm.