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“Feel like being souht”
Review of Rainarai

Rainarai
Ranked #1,108 of 3,998 Restaurants in Amsterdam
Cuisines: African
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Dining options: Breakfast, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Neighborhood: Jordaan
Reviewed May 28, 2013

At the end of the must visit Westerpark you can find the Rainarai. This is a Tunesian restaurant that in the summer places fire outside and makes you feel you are south, warm and enjoying the great bio and tasty food close to the dessert.
If visiting amsterdam with good weather is a MUST

Thank Bertha B
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

Tempted by its great location and a cute way they arranged the outdoor area, we ate a lunch at Rainarai. Food is more expensive than we expected, but it's quality was totally worth it. Pumpkin and feta thing is a must-have.

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Thank Zofia S
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Reviewed September 24, 2012

We came across Rainarai (Prinsengracht) by chance and ended up with an enjoyable meal, sitting outside (tiny wooden tables and chairs). The food was tasty, the chicken was tender, and they warm up the food for you after you've made your selection at the counter. My friend literally cleaned up her plate! Good for a casual dinner, and it was nice to chill out with a cup of tea by the canal on a warm evening. Prices are similar to most of the other restaurants I went to in Amsterdam.

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Thank Audrey63
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Reviewed August 7, 2012

Food quality is ok but nothing special. Seating outside looks nice but not comfortable enough. We had no meat choice for our plate (it was finished), we did not get any compensation, and that would be very appreciated given the price we have been charged...
I miss a real Algerian couscous in Amsterdam!

Thank Nicolas M
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Reviewed July 6, 2012

This is a small Algerian restaurant with a few tables at the intersection of Prinsengracht and Lauriergracht. (canals) Walk on the left hand side of Prinsengracht coming from the Leidse Plein and it is on the corner just past the smaller Lauriergracht. It is a good place to combine with a walk through the Jordaan, the most interesting neighborhood in historic Amsterdam. The small combination plate of 3 items from the buffet cost 13 Euros, if you are not a 20 year old guy with a ravenous appetite there is no need to get the large plate. No nouvelle cuisine restraint on portions practiced here. Vegetarian and meat dishes were delicious. The cook was friendly and explained the dishes and our questions about Algerian cuisine. My experience with restaurants in the tourist parts of Amsterdam is that they have New York prices without the flavor, this restaurant is an exception.

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Thank R___D169
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