Getting here requires going west of the Jordaan, and beyond the Westergasfabriek cultural complex. This spot is an industrial monument: for a century, this plant pumped water from coastal dunes. Now, under a sky-high ceiling, one can dine on French dishes—from rib-eye béarnaise and steak tartare to wonderful fish dishes like grilled tuna with ratatouille—in a bustling environment favored by families and larger groups. If it's too noisy for you, seek refuge on the peaceful terrace.
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