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Restaurant Slagerij de Beurs opens its doors near Rembrandtplein

On June 10, Restaurant Slagerij de Beurs opened its doors at Amstelstraat 9 in Amsterdam. They rent 339 sq m at a stone's throw from Rembrandtplein. The earlier pop-up restaurant Choucrouterie has made way for the new concept.

Restaurant Slagerij de Beurs is an ode to the family butcher shop De Beurs. Chef Timo de Beurs will bring generations of knowledge to the new concept. The restaurant is all about simple authentic dishes served at a high level. The menu is inspired by English cuisine and French brasserie. Where possible, local and organic products are produced.

The restaurant is a concept where the locals feels at home. Owner Ard Muntjewerf explains: “The atmosphere that we want to convey with Slagerij de Beurs can best be compared to that of the better traditional Dutch pub. A joke and personal contact form the basis. ”

The new catering facility can be found in the city center of Amsterdam, near the Rembrandtplein entertainment area. They are accompanied in the Amstelstraat and surroundings by well-known catering concepts such as Graphite, Salsa Shop, Starbucks, Shabu Shabu and Wagamama.

Wiert Jan Siefkes, Associate Director Food & Beverage at Colliers: "De Beurs butcher shop is a valuable addition to the existing catering establishments and will also attract the local to Amstelstraat!"

Colliers Food & Beverage advised landlord Eden Hotel Group.