The saying goes that you can ‘eat in any language’ in Amsterdam. There are restaurants with food from all over the world. Small wonder. Amsterdam is home to people from more than 170 different people groups, and it looks like they each brought their own cuisine.
The REM Eiland Restaurant will serve as a key feature in the redevelopment of the Houthaven, which is being turned into a residential neighborhood.
The famed REM island — a platform used in 1964 to broadcast commercial pirate radio and TV programs to the Netherlands under the name “Radio & TV Noordzee” — will be towed to Amsterdam and turned into a restaurant in the harbor.
Have a drink, a snack, or a complete meal on board of the Pollux — a floating café and restaurant on board a beautiful three-master anchored at IJ harbor.