Tinner

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Tinner is the new breakfast & brunch concept of restaurant Terpentijn. Think of poached eggs, pulled pork, French toast, banana bread and bloody marys.

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I went there for breakfast a couple of weeks ago. We tad the Tinner club, which is a club sandwich with bacon, lettuce, sriracha mayo, tomatoes, pulled pork, cucumber, crisps and a fried egg. The eggs tinner, an open face sandwich with the whole works. Poached eggs, mashed avocado, pulled pork, cottage cheese and hollandaise.

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For our dose of fruit, we shared a delicious acai bowl. And last but not least, I had to order a side of the sriracha bacon. I couldn’t see that on the menu and not order it. It was so good!

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Tinner is open daily from 10am till 4pm. After that it switches back to Terpentijn, which is also worth a visit if you like Asian Fusion. You can read my review of Terpentijn here.

Tinner

Rokin 103, Amsterdam

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Terpentijn

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Located at the Rokin, this French-Asian inspired restaurant is open for lunch, street food and drinks. I had been there once before for drinks and assumed that the first floor was the whole restaurant. When we arrived this time, we realized that there is a second floor where you can have dinner. It is a cozy restaurant with many plants, funky art and books decorating its walls.

We started the evening with the lady boy oysters which were one oyster with lychee, mirin & pink ginger, and another one with soy, sesame & spring onion. And for drinks, we asked for one of their signature homemade ice teas with elderflower & mint, and their Blue Goose cocktail with vodka, lavender & lemon. Both drinks were refreshing without being overly sweet or too strong. The oysters were delicious and the one with pink ginger was really the eye catcher.

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For the first course, we got the fish in a cookie and the surf & turf. The fish cookie were very crunchy fish cakes served with a crème de foie gras. Yum!

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The surf & turf was a beef tartare with deep fried baby squid, smoked sriracha mayo and a quail egg. So good! And the sriracha lime mayo was an excellent touch!

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For the main course, we ordered the pork belly roast and the king boletus. I love pork belly and this one was cooked perfectly. It had a nice caramelization and it was juicy inside. It came with a silky pumpkin cream. The king boletus was a vegetarian dish with mushrooms, tofu beignets, parsnip, Romanesco, black garlic and ginger foam. It was a wonderful blend of flavors and textures.

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Unable to decide on the desserts, we ordered three. I know piggy us! We got a raspberry mousse which was the special of the week.

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We also got the go bananas and roasted pineapple. A slice of banana cake with banana ice cream, chocolate truffle and cacao beans.

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And the roasted pineapple came with vanilla ice cream, sticky rice and salted caramel.

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We left the plates pretty clean.

If you like Asian-French fusion, this is worth checking out. We left with very happy bellies!

 

Terpentijn

Rokin 103, Amsterdam

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