Inside Rotterdam s Zomers lunch

A botanical plantbased lunch is served at ’s Zomers

It’s probably one of the most beautiful stores in the city. ‘s Zomers is a Botanical Warehouse specialised in flowers and interior styling. Every weekend in August, lunch is served in the Botanical Bistro.

The botanical lunch is prepared with organic regional products from regular local suppliers. The most beautiful products have been selected.

This is the menu:

Meal salad with herbs and vegetables
Roasted nuts and Pecorino from Magazijn Houtman & Menkveld
Fresh homemade hummus and pita bread from Mecca
Spanish fries on the side
Sparkling Gimber lemonade
Fresh smoothie with seasonal fruit

Dessert
Coffee or tea with homemade butter/date cake with fresh organic herbs

The lunch is 20 euro per person, including shopping credit. You can reserve here.

‘s Zomers has blossomed


‘s Zomers started at the Van Oldenbarneveltstraat and was located there for 25 years. In 2019 the shop was relocated to the Hofbogen. The shop now occupies view bows. The most fragrant bouquets are created on the spot.
The store is filled with designer gifts like vases, pots pillows, scented candles, and other accessories.

Kinfill homecare


Next to the objects ‘s Zomers also sells Kinfill.  This homecare brand from Rotterdam offers beautiful cleaning products to be devoid of single-use plastics. The goal is to provide a sustainable solution to the paradox of the dirty nature of the cleaning business. By using Kinfill products the clients contribute to the eradication of plastic pollution.

The cleaning products are produced with eco-friendly ingredients that are kind to the planet. The 100 percent biodegradable concentrates are made-to-blend with tap water in a lasting bottle of Italian glass. The packaging minimizes environmental impact with its thoughtful and sustainable design.

Kinfill has collaborated with renowned designers like Tomomi Maezawa to create a limited edition sticker and together with the Rotterdam-based designer Sabine Marcelis a limited-edition tray was produced. Using largely remnant materials, the trays were designed for the presentation of the Kinfill bottles.

 

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