Pop-up restaurants have been popular in Amsterdam over the last couple of years. However, Amsterdam’s newest is nothing like you’ve ever tried before. Having opened its doors on the 21st of June, In Stock restaurant serves dishes produced from food waste. In Stock is one of its kind in both Amsterdam and The Netherlands. As bizarre as cooking with food waste may sound, the team is keen to promote their project and raise awareness about the issue of food waste. Their goal is simple: decreasing food waste. How do they plant to achieve this? That’s even simpler: they invite you to dine at In Stock!
I visited Freke van Nimwegen, one of In Stock’s founders, to find out more about their project and goals. Freke says “people would never expect the dishes that we serve. You will not only have a fun evening with good wine, but will also support a good cause!”