In Amsterdams probably ugliest street, this informal and creative restaurant is tugged away in an old news paper building. Looking out on the small guerilla garden and endless stream of cars, this slightly different place to eat reveals a lot of creativity in both food, serving concept (no real courses, when all the different small the dishes are ready they are served) and surroundings. Grey concrete, hanging plants: it feels like the seventies.
The small portions of mostly vegetables are great: nice combinations of unuexptected flavours and a lot of inspiration from the middle east kitchen. It is a little hard to know how many dishes to order, but they are on the small size. Trouw serves fish and meat as well, though moderately.
Staff is friendly, young and fortunately in absence of the 'arrogant Amsterdam who are you' attitude.
Alternative dining, yet very good quality so lovely tot go out for dinner with friends! Not the cheapest but very reasonable prices.
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