We visited this bar on our first night. The intention was to have a few drinks and then decide where to eat. The home-brewed beer was excellent and was similar in style to Belgian beers. They had blonde, dark and white home brewed beers, as well as a beer menu featuring about 40 other beers, some on draft, others in bottles.
We started to get hungry and asked if they served bar snacks (our menu was in Dutch) and the waitress helpfully translated them for me. My partner ordered some cheese and olives and I ordered what I though was roast sausage. It was actually raw beef sausage (like a steak tartare) served with mustard and pickled cucumber. I wasnt too sure about this, but tried it and it was surprisingly nice. Luckily I like my meat rare so was willing to try it because it was an Amsterdam speciality, but others beware.
A few beers later we asked the waitress if they served main meals and she brought us an English menu. I had the ribs, which were an American sized portion, which came with chips (fries) and coleslaw, The ribs were very tasty and succulent, the chips were enough for two to share and the coleslaw was the best I have ever eaten. My partner had the salmon which she thoroughly enjoyed. The meal and 11 beers came to 73 euros, whoch was about 25 euros less than we expected. The bar was fairly empty when we arrived at 1900, but was rocking by the time we left at 0045. Do not miss this place if you like good hearty food and beer (not lager)
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