This former soup kitchen, where sharing tables is still the norm, offers the best and most economic foray into the world of traditional Dutch cooking. The kitchen serves such warming singularities as hutspot, its more free-ranging variant stamppot (a stew made with potatoes, greens, and chunks of cured sausage), erwtensoep (a sausage-fortified, extremely thick pea soup), and, naturally, a full range of meat, fish, vegetable, and potato plates. The restaurant
continues to serve a daily three-course meal for a measly €9.50. Bless 'em.