Maybe you went to Tropicana swimming paradise one day when you were younger.. Well it has changed a lot since then. No swimming paradise, but a true food paradise! The tropical feeling stayed, a little vacation to the Tropics is what a visit to Aloha feels like.
A lot of wood, plants and comfy retro chairs everywhere. A great view over the Maas river from their huge terrace plus a beautiful skyline which gives you a little feeling as if you are in NYC. Really friendly staff who tell you passionately about the menu.
So the food.. If you go to Aloha you should really try the bao steamed buns with roasted pork belly and teriyaki sauce or the grilled flatbread with chicken, farmers cheddar and salsa! They also have a ‘Golden Platter’ full of the best bites of Aloha kitchen, so you can share together and taste a bit of everything. Perfect for a lazy Sunday afternoon with friends!
Aloha on a mission
What is so special about Aloha is that they try to eliminate the waste as much as possible by aligning production processes with other young entrepreneurs. For example Rotterzwam grows oyster mushrooms on coffee grounds. These mushrooms are used in ‘bitterballen’ (a typical Dutch snack) and served with coffee mayonnaise.. If that doesn’t sound yummy ;)