How does it work here?
De Sering is a people's kitchen, public space, and whatever you want to make of it - check our weekly schedule and read more below about everything we do...
*Please note that Volkskeuken/People's Kitchen is also available on any given day for dinner on request.
De Sering is a people's kitchen, public space, and whatever you want to make of it.
A public space, community kitchen, and host to your initiatives.
The beating heart of De Sering. A community kitchen that serves two courses and homemade bread for 2.50,-
The experimental restaurant of De Sering. A weekly changing seven course menu, natural wines and cocktails
The Bar of De Sering serves bites and snacks, beers and homemade drinks and cocktails six days a week.
The in house coffee pop-up of De Sering. The best coffee in Amsterdam for the best price.
De Sering is host to a great scale of events and initiatives. Check here to find out what's going on and how your idea can be on the list!
Both De Sering & TestTafel are available for catering. From intimate ten courses at home to thousands of meals on the barricades.
Location - Where can you find us?
De Sering is situated at theatre-workspace De Sloot:
Rhoneweg 6, just a few minutes walk from Sloterdijk Station!
Kitchen opening times
People's Kitchen Lunch (weekdays, 12:00 - 14:00) - Two courses and homemade bread for 6.00,-
People's Kitchen Dinner (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 18:00 - 21:00)
Two courses and homemade bread for a donation between 2.50,- and 7.50,-
Bar kitchen (Monday - Saturday, 17:00 - 21:00)
A variety of snacks and dishes based on leftovers and whatever TestTafel is working on.
TestTafel ( Wednesday - Saturday, reservation required)
Subcult bites and snacks (Monday - Friday, 09:00 - 16:00)
You can contact us via e-mail: email@example.com
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We are a facilitator
De Sering is a public space. This means that we see it as our task to offer our space for free to anyone who wants to organise something. This can be a social or community-oriented event, but it can also be a political event.
Our limits on political events are simple: Hate speech, racism, and far-right ideology are not welcome. This still leaves political subjects on which our community and guests can have very strong, diverging opinions. It is therefore important to understand that we as a space merely facilitate and do not necessarily agree or hold the same sentiments; we are a host and not an organiser.
If you feel that an event we facilitate is promoting hate speech, racism, or far-right ideology then let us know through firstname.lastname@example.org and we will contact you back with priority.