Leidschendam – With the Eet Theatre, 14 restaurants from local entrepreneurs to well-known diners, a bowling alley and a cinema, the mall will officially open its doors tomorrow. The fully covered 117,000 m² shopping and experience center now provides the integrated experience it was intended to.
After a very successful opening last March – despite challenging COVID measures – Westfield Mall of the Netherlands is delighted to open the innovative Eet Theatre. With this new move, Westfield Mall of the Netherlands is now guaranteed to spend a full day outside. Various flagship stores, high-quality architecture (MVSA Architects led by Roberto Mayer), distinctive catering establishments, special events and a wide range of leisure activities make Westfield an exceptional location in the Netherlands. In the private location the experience is central and with the opening of the huge Kinepolis Cinema, O’Leary’s with bowling, Gamestate Arcade and Instagram Youseum, you’ve come to the right place in Westfield for non-stop entertainment.
“We are delighted to finally be able to fully open the doors with our dining and entertainment area and provide visitors with a full day out,” said Tyon Kwik, manager of Westfield Mall, Netherlands.
The new Eet Theater is an example of the latest generation of food and beverage retail destinations. It consists of three components: entertainment including Kinepolis, O’Learys, and Gamestate, high-quality restaurants including Tatsu, Wagamama, and F&B – a central plaza with a bar and food stalls. The Eat Theater has a mix of local and international restaurants and serves a variety of flavours. Tatsu emphasizes the refined taste of modern Japanese cuisine. Ohana Streetfood brings fresh, authentic flavors from the beaches of Hawaii. Laffa Restaurant serves Middle Eastern street food. Manneken Pis serves up fresh fries for a quick appetizer. La Catrina brings traditional flavors and family recipes to the Eat Theatre. Some other restaurants including The Butcher and pizza attraction Toni Loco will open later in July.
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Arin Shrama, Director of Wagamama is also excited. “Wagamama is a successful fast-food casual restaurant formula based on Asian cuisine. We open our eighth restaurant in the Netherlands at Westfield Mall, Netherlands and are proud to be a part of this remarkable development. Westfield is the pinnacle of fashion and expertise in a beautifully designed building. The Wagamama restaurant formula fits perfectly with this With our express service we can serve multiple guests, which is a perfect combination with a day of shopping or an evening at the cinema.”
Of course, Westfield follows RIVM guidelines and Koninklijke Horeca Nederland’s Horeca protocol. The Eet Theater is open seven days a week until 10pm.