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Droog – Dutch Design

Inside Cafe at Droog

In the early 90s, Droog put Dutch contemporary design on the map. The idea was to go back to the essence of a product, play with it, add a shot of dry (droog) wit, use materials in an unexpected way, connect to history and archetypes. The results are fun and inspiring. Visit the showroom/shop/hotel (it has 1 room) and get a dose of contemporary Dutch design in the historic cloth makers guild building. Hanging in the cafe upstairs is a modern take on the Rembrandt ‘Staalmeisters’ portrait, originally painted to hang in the building.

Room Service (the cafe) is great for a light lunch. My salmon salad was excellent, delicately flavored smoked salmon complimented with a herb salad, and lightly cooked sugar snaps and asparagus with bread on the side €8.50. I’ve often had coffee and cake here and it is always good with small bubble cappuccino the way it should be made.

Open Tues to Sun 11h00 to 18h00

Closed on Mondays