Amsterdam Central Station NL

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As the capital city of the Netherlands, Amsterdam’s city centre has a very unique fan shape. The Central Railway Station can be seen as the starting point of the central axis of Amsterdam centrum, which has become the starting point for most people to getting to know Amsterdam.

Amsterdam Central was built on the foundation of 3 artificial islands supporting by 8687 columns. It took 8 years to accomplish the project of this enormous red brick building.  It officially started using since 15 October 1889, and its building style is Neo-Gothic.

Damrak is a very famous street in Amsterdam where you can see facing south from the central station, and you can find Dam Square at the end of the street. Dam Square is surrounded by Royal Palace, Dam Square, National Monument, Nieuwe Kerk, de Wallen, Chinatown and FuLu Mandarijn.

FuLu Mandarijn is 200 meters south of Dam Square. You will pass by Madame Tussauds when heading south from Dam Square, which takes around 2 minutes walking. FuLu Mandarijn has very noticeable street nameplate: the characters “Fu Lu” is in red representing the traditional Chinese culture and a strong sense of spiciness.

As a very well-known Sichuan restaurant in the Netherlands, FuLu Mandarijn has also accomplished its strength in offering great Authentic dishes and wonderful presentation to its guests. FuLu Mandarijn also has excellent performance on social media: ranking top 1 for Chinese restaurant in Amsterdam on TripAdvisor, Google Map and Facebook, as well as Chinese review websites such as Ctrip, Dianping, Qyer. FuLu Mandarijn has been receiving many compliments from its guests, especially on the quality of its authentic food and warm hospitality.

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If you are coming for a visit in Amsterdam, or searching for authentic Chinese food near Dam Square, do not hesitate to come to FuLu Mandarijn for its amazing food!

More information at: www.fulumandarijn.com

Reservation

Location:Rokin 26, 1012KS, Amsterdam

 

Opening time:

Monday                      11:30-22:00

Tuesday                      11:30-22:00

Wednesday                 11:30-22:00

Thursday                     11:30-22:00

Friday                          11:30-22:30

Saturday                     11:30-22:30

Sunday                        11:30-22:00