Cafe De Tropen Opens Up for Lazy Days in the Hammocks
A new addition to the offerings of Amsterdam opens up with the Cafe De Tropen located right next to Museum and Oosterpark.
Set to open up for the summer, Cafe De Tropen presents a uniquely local hangout spot within the heart of Eastern Amsterdam. Staying faithful to the traditions of summer, this eatery will be providing its customers with a terrace view and food choices straight off the grill. The Café looks forward to providing more than just food but also daytime and nighttime events involving face paintings for the kids, late night salsa, and picnics.
Interior and Exterior Designs
With a mind towards embracing the full extent of summer, Cafe De Tropen is lined with colorful hammocks, beach chairs, and a relaxed atmosphere that will entice customers to kick back and relax. Casting aside the ultra-formal atmosphere typically associated with cafes, Café De Trope presents a more refreshing way of enjoying good food and good company.
Together with the redesigned interior is an equally redesigned menu to reflect local favorites. As the Piet Boon studio changes the atmosphere of the Café, the kitchen added and improved favorite dishes without going beyond reasonable prices. For breakfast, guests can look forward to croissants and yoghurt. Grilled vegetables, cheese toasti, and fragrant coffee are also on offer. During long and lazy afternoons, the Café also serves quality wine and beer.
Originally accessible through the Tropen Museum alone, the Cafe De Tropen is now an independently run operation, making access easier. The Café is situated in the Royal Tropical Institute Building and is open every day.
Currently a place where locals converge far from the traffic of tourists, the Oost of Amsterdam is quickly developing into a favorite. With more businesses sprouting on a day to day basis, there’s much more to explore for the inquisitive local, starting with Cafe De Tropen.