According to Mauresque their restaurant is an Moorish Oasis. But located in a new housing estate it looks more like a modern styled lunchroom. But, let us not judge this book by its cover and have a look at what it is really about: the food.
Although Mauresque has not even celebrated its first anniversary , the restaurant gained a lot of good critics from the press and its customers. They praise the kitchen with Moroccan and Spanish influences and they all agree the prices are reasonable. And that is true, because ranging from 18 to 22 euro you will get a original dish of high quality for that price. So if you're staying in the east of Amsterdam try to have a taste of this Moorish kitchen.
It's something different but of high quality.
It's a little bit far from the city centre.
Movenpick Hotel, Pol's Potten, Wilhelmina Pakhuis
closed on monday and tuesday. Rest of the week open from 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tram 10, Bus 41/42 stop; Mayangracht