1714 Drinks & Bites

Contemporary cuisine is served in this heritage building dating to 1714 on Schiedam’s dockside. Enjoy dishes such as quail rouleau with a sauerkraut bitterball, for example. Or caramel shiso tuna with sweet-and-sour radish and ginger. The wooden boards with antipasti are highly recommended and served all day until ten in the evening, with options that include deviled eggs, chicken cooked in banana leaves and Peking duck pancakes. These Asian fusion bites go very well with an Old Schiedam gin or a B&T, a Bobby’s gin with tonic and orange.

Lange Haven 23-26, Schiedam
Open: weekdays 3 PM – 1 AM, Fri-Sun 12 PM – 1 AM. Closed on Tues.

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