World cuisine on ING’s new campus

22 January 2019 ... min read Listen

22 January 2019

ING’s campus, which is currently being constructed in the southeast of Amsterdam, has signed its first tenant. ‘The Traveller’ will offer visitors healthy, authentic dishes from around the world.

Artist’s impression of the new campus restaurant The Traveller designed by Powerhouse Company.

Artist’s impression of the new campus restaurant The Traveller designed by Powerhouse Company.

Neal Valentijn (left) and Michiel Deenik who will be <br />running the new campus restaurant.

Neal Valentijn (left) and Michiel Deenik who will be
running the new campus restaurant.

The restaurant will be housed in a glass pavilion commissioned by OVG Real Estate and G&S Vastgoed, and designed by Powerhouse Company. It will open its doors in October 2019.

The Traveller is a concept created by Dutch restaurateurs Michiel Deenik, Neal Valentijn and Jeroen van Brussel, best-known for their Amsterdam restaurants Visaandeschelde and The Roast Room. They will be renting the premises from ING.

“It will take you on a journey through the different flavours and cultures of the world. As I love travelling, I’ve tried all the meals we’ll serve in their original countries. Now I want to bring that experience to your plate,” said co-owner Michiel.

Inspired by the area’s multicultural character, the Traveller’s colourful interior will be designed to feel like a lively souk, making it a perfect venue for socialising, business meetings and cultural events.

Situated near the entrance of ING’s new office, it will be at the heart of the campus, a place where employees, entrepreneurs, local residents, students and other visitors can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or a take-away coffee.

An artist's impression of the interior by Powerhouse Company

An artist's impression of the interior by Powerhouse Company

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