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Late Nights in Lobby A x IFFR: Délicieux

IFFR and the Groot Handelsgebouw are cooking up something good. From July to September, you’re invited to a free programme of four films that fuse culinary and cinematic delight – with catering to perfectly complement each film. From ramen in Tokyo to coxinha in São Paulo, pull up a seat and join us for a feast of flavour on film. 

With the venue opening an hour before the screening, there’s plenty of time to mingle and enjoy a bite in this iconic Rotterdam location.

The back of a person standing in front of a banquet room of guests sitting at a large table that is full with food. Set in an earlier century.

About the film

Délicieux dir. Eric Besnard, 2021, France. Subtitled in English

Revolution starts in the kitchen, according to the French period comedy-drama Délicieux. Chef Pierre is fired from an aristocratic house after serving an unconventional dish. Disgraced, he retreats to the countryside where he is inspired by Louise to open the very first restaurant in France on the eve of revolution. Set against a lush countryside backdrop, this is a feel-good fusion of trailblazing cuisine with the radical spirit.

Date: Friday 27 September
Walk in: tbc
Film starts: tbc

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Information about this event

September 27, 2024
Lobby A, Het Groot Handelsgebouw, Stationsplein 45, Rotterdam, 3013AK

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