The restaurant is located in historic Delfshaven just opposite the Pilgrims Church on the other side of the harbour. The interior was originally a storage space for the very tall ship masts, the ones you can still see on some of the ships in the harbour close to the restaurant. No wonder the restaurant is very long and spacious which is very rare in this old part of town.
There are a number of seating options like easy chairs or a table close to the window, tables close to a cosy open fire or regular seating’s.
The menu had a large variety of tapas, drinks and various side dishes. The tapas were very tasty and of good quality. With three tapas dishes you will have more than enough. Service was very friendly.
The Dutch word “Abrikoos” translates to “Apricot” which is not a name you would expect for a tapas restaurant.
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