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De Struisvogel information
This former kitchen to some large canal houses is in the basement and offers good value. The bird (struisvogel means 'ostrich') is back on the menu, and there is a nightly rotating menu with French-inspired choices such as veal tongue stewed in white wine followed by red mullet in prawn bisque and crème caramel for dessert. Book ahead.