Walking inside the furniture is standard casual a touch of wood. In the front next to the terrace there are two glass doors which are opened when it's warm and you'll see the offices and traffic near the crossroads. Because this place is very central situated there's a lot to see. There's enough room to place a group of at least 60 persons for wine and dine. The public is a variety of businesspeople, hikers, tourists and harbourworkers. The personnel is friendly and accurate and know about your wishes. The menu seems to be under construction but the choices of lunch and meals are plenty. Try the special breads with different toppings originated from the orient/ Suriname/ Asia.
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