This restaurant is named after the river Orontes, which flows from Southern Turkey into the Mediterranean. This is a clever name because it hints at the Turkish Mediterranean fusion offered on the menu. They specialize in imported produce and cheese. For example, their delicious pomegranate sauce is made from imported pomegranates and their hummus relies on imported chickpeas. Try their grilled meat specialties or offerings of vegetarian salads. Enjoy this quick and delicious side trip to Turkey while in Amsterdam.
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