We went there to get our beers and bites before it’s too late. Interesting about the bar is that it doesn’t have the style that you would expect from a pop-up bar. No concrete, no plywood and no cardboard, but a chique and classic interior that breathes the atmosphere of an early 20th-century members club. This does’t quite fit the pop-up idea, but makes the experience probably even stronger.
PAND10 serves ten different special beers from all over the world — all numbered from #1 up to #10,000. Along with the beers the bar serves very tasty small dishes cooked by Hotel de l’Europe’s Michelin star-winning chef Richard van Oostenbrugge. Moreover, the bar serves special wines, sodas and G&T’s are served (for those who want the bar to stay open a bit longer, because those drinks don’t count). Our beers were numbered #1349 and #1350 (among others), and the waiters expect the bar to be open for at least one more month. So there’s still some time left! What will happen with the space after the final beer is sold is still unclear.