Restaurant Huson Rotterdam

Scheepstimmermanslaan 14, 3011 BS Rotterdam




Restaurant Huson Rotterdam

Restaurant Huson in Rotterdam is a top end international restaurant by chef Frank Huson with a changing international / French menu and excellent wines. Michelin awarded restaurant Huson in Rotterdam with a Bib Gourmand, which means gourmand food at a reasonable price.


Kitchen: InternationalFree Parking:No
Group bookings: YesLunch:Yes
Children: YesOutside dining:Yes
Business: YesWaterfront dining:No
Romantic: Yes

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Mark de Vries

" A bit of a secret but excellent ! Fine dishes, good portions."

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Nuria Spijker

" Had the four-course, chef's tasting menu. I'm not sure how they pulled it off, but each course was worse than the last. The amuse-bouche was a poorly conceived mouthful of kerrie that made me want to gag. Fairly good start with the ceviche, decent truffle risotto, mediocre veal and parsnip, and finally overly sweet dessert tart. Completely poor balance of flavour for most of the meal. Maybe I was just having an off day with my palate, but my companion found it equally disappointing. That said, the ambience is wonderful and the service excellent. I've seen several good reviews so maybe I was just unlucky. Hope you have better luck than me when eating here."

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Sigvard Wohlwend

" unbelievably good tiny dishes. pretty expensive. But worth it. A 5 star experience. Tarnished by the fact they charge 5 Euro for four slices of french bread! And my 2 dl glass of tab water (to go along the tea) was charged 2 Euro! That was a 1 star experience. The waitress did not seem to be motivated nor educated for waiting."

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Ivor Kaklins

" In brief, Restaurant Huston in Rotterdam clearly discourages the patronage of anyone who is not a Dutch speaker. At greater length... by way of background, I have traveled to the Netherlands several times. I speak three European languages, but sadly not Dutch. In the great majority of occasions I have found Dutch people to be open, friendly and graciously welcoming. I found Restaurant Huson highlighted in the Guide Michelin, so recently when I traveled to Rotterdam for a single night, I eagerly placed a reservation. After walking for half an hour to a fairly remote location I entered, mentioned my reservation and was greeted in an angry tone "You called here earlier today, and I told you we were full!" I assured the young gentleman that we had never spoken in our lives, and retrieved from my phone the email from the restaurant, entirely and exclusively in the Dutch language, with the word "reservering" in the title and the correct date and time in the body text. He looked at the email and informed me that the message states my request for a reservation was denied. I responded that his translation was helpful but that it might have been much more helpful to offer a translation before I arrived at the front door. His response was "How are we supposed to know that you are not Dutch?" How indeed? And yet such an common uncertainty would normally be dealt with inclusively by communicating welcomingly in at least two languages. Clearly, the Huson approach is just the opposite. As he declined to find me a table either at that time or any other, I requested the assistance of another member of staff. This young woman had a much more professional demeanour. She also refused to seat me that evening. When I insisted that she suggest another restaurant of similar quality and style and make a timely reservation for me, she complied. Twenty minutes later I was seated at a much more expensive restaurant (five euros per oyster!) that was thoroughly mediocre. No apology. Not much of an effort at service recovery. Why would business owners and managers who have chosen the hospitality industry design a consistent customer experience - both online and in-person that is xenophobic? It makes no sense to me! My recommendation in summary... if you too are shown the door at Restaurant Huson because you are not a Dutch person, don't follow their advice on a different place to dine."

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Damir Duskan

" Sunny terrace outside, cozy and warm restaurant inside. Friendly staff, quick and helpful, great food and wines.Recommended to anyone. "

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