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Vishandel Rinkoen information
Like other Moroccan-run fish shops in this neighbourhood, this one doubles as a restaurant - pick out what you like from the case and it’s cooked up and served at the tables in the next room. Whole prawns arrive in garlicky sauce, calamari is delectably fried and the fish soup is rich - and it all comes in at about €10 per person.