The lively Meent offers good shopping and dining possibilities. The ‘new’ Amarone has a warm interior with luxury arm chairs and a fireplace, mixed with a hint of Japan. That’s evident in the ‘kimono chairs’ and the lamps shaped like origami birds above the bar. You can also taste subtle Japanese flavours and techniques in starred chef Jan Dobben’s dishes, such as his braised beef with artichoke, Tomasu (soy sauce ‘naturally brewed’ in Rotterdam) and bonito-butter sauce. Hostess Yoshilo van Dobben-Takayama, elected Sommelier of the year 2020, pairs this with excellent wines.

Meent 72a

Mon-Fri lunch & dinner
Sat dinner
Sun closed

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