With five different levels of fun, you wont be disappointing with the experience or the view at 96-185M high.
- Eat at 96M High
- Take the Elevator and Stairs Up For a 185M High View.
- The Staff Was Friendly and Multilingual.
- Windy Days Prevent Max Height.
- More to Offer Than Dining
I found my way to the Euromast Brasserie on a business trip in Rotterdam during a corporate dinner. The interior was fabulous and food was amazing but the breathtaking view of metropolis Rotterdam took the show. Nowhere else in the area can you get a view of what feels like the whole country.
We had a somewhat fixed menu that is pretty common with corporate dinners to save costs.
I started with the salad of goat's cheese glazed in honey hazelnut and grilled brioche bread. The cheese was very thick and overtook the entire meal. While the taste was strong, it ended up being a great way to start the night, jump-starting my digestive tract.
I moved on to the vegetable bouillon with mushroom ravioli. They brought out the two mushroom ravioli squares and poured the in front of me to form a soup in front of my eyes. The vegetable bouillon was a bit filling but the ravioli went quick and it was rather unimpressive.
My entree was a beef rib-eye with onion compote and truffle sauce. This is where the magic happened. This dish had more levels of flavor that the elevator that brought me 96M from the bottom. I savored every slice and let it sit on my tongue for a bit before chewing every time.
I finished with the cheese plate and a cafe ole to clear my pallet. After that I took a stroll outside for a view of the city. From stairwell after stairwell I went as far as I could. The view of the city and well-lit Erasmus bridge with breath-taking.
I found out later that there are many things you can do other than eat like come and visit just for the view, take a zip-line from top to bottom or a Euroscoop discovery tour. If you find yourself in the area, complete your trip by visiting the Euromast Brasserie.
When in Rotterdam this is a place one must visit and it is not only cause of the exceptional and breathtaking view. The food and the service in terms of quality and pricing offers also a great value!
I must admit I find dinning in Holland somewhat problematic. Good restaurants are not few but in terms of the ratio between quality and pricing, a ratio that is my first and main foodie commandments, Holland is a jungle. Aside from the obvious Michelin stars where one pays accordingly is hard to justify every other place, regardless of quality, expecting to be paid same as all the others. This is why Euromast Brasserie is a done deal or a walk in the park for me.
I am going to be brave and stick my neck out to claim that no other, non Michelin, places in Holland offers such view, ambiance, dinning experience and great tasting quality food without overcharging you tones! I am not sure why this is a hidden fact for Euromast Brasserie but I am glad it is! The prices are very human and furthermore very competitive for a simple but still intriguing and seasonal menu.
I only like the view and the restaurant ambiance only. The food is too salty, the portion is small and taste just okay and the price is not cheap. We tries the steak, duck, seabass, pasta for the kids, kroket and poffartjas. All are salty. The poffartjas is tough to eat and didn't taste good at all. Overall food is disappointed.
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