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Fenix Food Factory

Fenix Food Factory

This small-scale food hub is located in the Fenixloods, a former warehouse, at the Katendrecht peninsula. Here you can enjoy artisanal food and products from among others the Kaapse Brouwers brewery, Booij Kaasmakers cheese, the Firma Bijten butchers, Jordy’s Bakery and Rechtstreex fruit and vegetables. The Kaapse Kitchen serves affordable dishes from different Rotterdam chefs that vary weekly. The terrace on the adjacent quay offers a great view of the Rotterdam skyline.
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Love Rotterdam. Gifts, Food & More.

Love Rotterdam. Gifts, Food & More.

Looking for a nice, typically Rotterdam gift or souvenir? Walk into ‘Love Rotterdam. Gifts, Food & More’ in the central hall of Rotterdam Central Station. Here you’ll find mainly Rotterdam products like Rotterdamsche Oude Kaas (Old Cheese), Maasstroompjes (Biscuits), Rotterdam Port from MWAH and locally brewed beer from the Kaapse Brouwers. There is also Rotterdam design available, such as the bags from Susan Bijl. In addition, in the gift shop more traditional (Dutch) souvenirs, from magnets to key rings and postcards are sold.
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Markthal Rotterdam

Markthal Rotterdam

You’ll find an indoor market hall in various world-class cities, but the combination with luxury housing makes Rotterdam’s Market Hall (MVRDV & INBO, 2014) the first of its kind. The apartments are arched over the food market in a horseshoe configuration. The main hall houses the market itself, as well as shops, various restaurants including Jamie’s Italian (from Jamie Oliver) and a fourstorey car park situated below. Look up to enjoy the massive artwork sprawled across the ceiling: the ‘Horn of Plenty’ by Arno Coenen en Iris Roskam.
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