De Drie Hendricken
One of the most striking houses on the 17th-century Bloemgracht, De Drie Hendricken was built in a sober Renaissance style. The gable...
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Marnixstraat 259-261 · interesting places nearby
Owner Yohannes gives his customers a warm welcome (as do the heavenly aromas wafting from the kitchen) and is passionate about the quality of his injera (slightly sour, spongy pancakes) used to scoop up richly spiced stews and vegetable combos. The most romantic tables are the handful at the back overlooking the canal.