Lika Bakery - Greenrebel

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Lika Bakery

Colourful flatbreads and burger buns from Lika Bakery
When Bangin Yussif came to the Netherlands from Syria in 2000, he wondered quickly: “Why do I have to travel all the way to Beirut to get some truly delicious bread?” He found the solution by opening a bakery for Lebanese flatbread himself, with the name Almalika – which means queen – a nod to the royal role of bread in every meal. Nowadays, the bakery is called Lika Bakery and they supply the most beautiful flatbread for the Dutch dining table, also at Greenrebel! Lika works with pure ingredients from local sources. All the grain comes from the Netherlands, from an Achterhoek-based miller called Gunnewick. This family business has been processing grain into flour and flour products since 1870 in the flourmill ‘De Vier Winden’.
'Colourful flatbreads made with love and passion in the Netherlands.'
Today, Lika not only supplies the tasty flatbreads to our kitchen, but also our fluffy burger buns originate from the Lebanese bakery. Both products largely consist of vegetables, which provide the colourful appearance and amazing taste. All made in the Netherlands, but with love and passion from different parts of the world.

Lowlander

Botanically brewed beer from Lowlander
When more of nature is taken than is given back, it gets out of balance. Fortunately, we in the Low Lands grew up with a healthy respect for nature. That is why beer brewer Lowlander is all about balance: just the right combination of botanicals – or herbs, spices and fruit – to brew uniquely refreshing drinks. At Greenrebel, we are pleased to work with Lowlander, from whom we serve the delicious 0.3% Cool Earth Lager with lemongrass. A hoppy lager with a subtle, spicy taste.

Lika Bakery

Colourful flatbreads and burger buns from Lika Bakery
When Bangin Yussif came to the Netherlands from Syria in 2000, he wondered quickly: “Why do I have to travel all the way to Beirut to get some truly delicious bread?” He found the solution by opening a bakery for Lebanese flatbread himself, with the name Almalika – which means queen – a nod to the royal role of bread in every meal. Nowadays, the bakery is called Lika Bakery and they supply the most beautiful flatbread for the Dutch dining table, also at Greenrebel! Lika works with pure ingredients from local sources. All the grain comes from the Netherlands, from an Achterhoek-based miller called Gunnewick. This family business has been processing grain into flour and flour products since 1870 in the flourmill ‘De Vier Winden’.

Community Cola

The socially responsible cola from Community Cola
A drink only tastes good if it brings something good too. Community Cola is trendy cola with social aspirations and we love that here at Greenrebel. This handsome drink is best enjoyed straight from the bottle, bold and all the more practical. Community Cola has both a classic and a sugar-free option. Both are made with the real cola nut extract and the classic cola contains Fairtrade sugar.

KRNWTR+

Fresh and local tap water from KRWTR+
Being good to the earth is a priority at Greenrebel. That is why we work together with KRNWTR+, who believes in a better world with every sip. The water of KRNWTR+ is not just any water, but water on tap from local origin; extra filtered, cooled and optionally enriched with bubbles. All without the by-products of unnecessary waste and long-distance transport. Why pack something that you can also tap locally?

Globally inspired dishes with a surprisingly green twist. Fresh and super tasty!

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Our terrace view towards the restaurant
Take a seat at our terrace on the restaurant side
Welcome! This is our entrance
Come! Take a look inside
Tabels, seats and cozy corners
The counter. "Hi, can I take your order"
The view on the waiting spot
The restaurant view from behind the counter
Swings and the cozy seats
This is what we call “the relax area”
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