ROOMSERVICE by Droog is a simple, elegant and airy café and tearoom that overlooks the flourishing Fairy Tale Garden. Enjoy some of the finest homemade recipes or freshly made sandwiches.

Make yourself at home. Use the free Wi-Fi, flip through the magazines and newspapers and hang out on the Sack Blue Sofa as long as you like. ROOMSERVICE by Droog is open for late breakfast, lunch, high tea and early dinner, or just for a drink. check the event page for special events, lectures, debates and performances.

The cuisine is based on an honest and healthy way of eating. The menu is bound by one philosophy—fresh, homemade and delicious. The ingredients are well-sourced with a focus on the seasonable, and mainly come from local suppliers.

Bread by Karel Goudsblom
Mackerel - seaweed salad and horseradish €4,00
Hummus of baby lima beans - courgette and cress €3,00
Wild Salmon - green asparagus and dill €4,00
Aged Dutch cheese - mustard mayonnaise and radish €4,00
Smoked chicken - spinach almond pesto and roasted squash €4,00
Sandwich of the week €4,00

 Beetroot, goat cheese - corn salad and grains €8,50
Caesar salad - smoked chicken, Parmesan and anchovies dressing €8,50

Pumpkin - cumin and lemon €6,00
Soup of the week €5,50

High Tea 19,00

Homemade pastries
Carrot cake €4,00
Sticky chocolate cake - with red fruit €4,00
Fresh apple pie €4,00
Mini croissant with butter and jam €1,00
Mini pain au chocolat with butter €1,00

Brandt&Levie dried sausage - Bread, butter, pickles and radish €8,00
Reypenaer cheeses tasting - Bread, butter and apple sirup €7,50
Salted mixed nuts €4,50
Green & black olives €4,50

Orange €3,00 / €4,50
Apple – carrot – ginger €3,50 / €5,00
Strawberry– raspberry – blackberry €3,50 / €5,00
Fennel – celery – cucumber – lime €4,00 / €5,50
Berend Strik

A Stitch In Time by Berend Strik (2012)

In honour of the building’s history as home of the textile guild, Droog commissioned Dutch artist Berend Strik for a reinterpretation of Rembrandt’s famous De Staalmeesters, a painting that once hung here. With this particular commission, he took Rembrandt’s famous ‘ De Staalmeesters’ (‘The Syndics of Clothmakers’) as its starting point. A significant painting by one of the most important artists of the day, testimony to the power and wealth of the guild to anyone privileged enough to be invited into the Staalhof, the guildhall in the Staalstraat where the board met and, indeed, where the work would initially hang after its completion. It remained there until 1771 when it was acquired by the City of Amsterdam and was eventually moved into the Rijksmuseum’s collection in 1808. Berend Strik’s new work is a lyrical circular connection with its place in the city’s august history.