For the Maaspoort magazine, we interviewed various artists, visitors but also colleagues. Like Chef Wouter Verheijen of Cabillaud, we dove back in time with him and asked him about his favourite ingredients.
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Due to the introduction of the new corona measures, our restaurant is unfortunately temporarily closed. But not to worry, because starting this week Cabillaud comes back to you! This Friday, we'll be back with Cabillaud @Home.
For the Maaspoort magazine we interviewed several artists, visitors but also colleagues. Like Sommelier Milou Alberts of Cabillaud, we asked about her passion for wine and the ultimate wine tip!
Our hospitality team has been busy lately, creating their own Maaspoort biscuit. These butter biscuits are available during theatre performances and other events.
Our restaurant is temporarily closed due to the new corona measures. However, you can make use of Cabillaud @Home to enjoy the Cabillaud experience at home and enjoy culinary dishes.
Inside De Maaspoort you can pay with consumption coins, which are now red and grey. The light blue coins are no longer valid. If you still have these, you can exchange them for new coins at the box office.
Book a table for Christmas Day or Boxing Day now and celebrate the holidays at Cabillaud!
The Maaspoort has partly switched to a digital payment system. This will make us cashless for a part of our building. This step provides more speed, but also more safety.
Because of the relocations of the past theatre seasons, our theatre colleagues decided not to issue a brochure in the beginning of 2021, as theatre guests of De Maaspoort are used to. Behind the scenes however, we've been working hard on the first edition of the Maaspoort magazine. De Maaspoort proudly launches the magazine with background stories of artists, guests and staff.
A small version of the Sphinx is now placed on the second floor near the entrance of Cabillaud restaurant. "A beautiful work of art. We are proud and happy that we can make this work accessible to a large audience thanks to a loan from the Scheuten Foundation." Says the managing director of De Maaspoort, Leon Thommassen.
Cabillaud is accessible through the main entrance of De Maaspoort. When you enter, turn left via the two staircases to the restaurant on the second floor. Cabillaud is also accessible by elevator, you will find it on the right at the entrance.
Thursday through Saturday
lunch: on request
dinner: 5:00 p.m. to 00:00 a.m.
from February 4 to 21 we are closed
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