Student Cafe Wednesday, September 14

Chabad on Campus offers a small, accessible and cosy Monday night dinner at the end of the intense first day of the week! Monday evenings at our Chabad house are ideal for discussing the events of the past weekend, or the coming week, with your fellow students.

The start of the week is a tough one for many: studying, working and getting up early again. This, in combination with the after-effects of the weekend, can logically lead to a lack of energy for cooking. That’s why Chabad on Campus offers a small, accessible and cosy Monday night dinner at the end of the intense first day of the week! Monday evenings at our Chabad house are ideal for discussing the events of the past weekend, or the coming week, with your fellow students.

These homely Monday night dinners are attended by Jewish students from all over the Netherlands and the menu is posted on our social media pages every week.

Be surprised by Esty’s cooking and enjoy delicious kosher food at our Student Café on Monday evenings! Register via the registration form on this page and receive further details by email after acceptance.

Time and location: The student café is from 18:30-19:30 and takes place at the Zuidas (near Amsterdam Zuid station). For security reasons, you will receive more information about the exact location after registration.

Cost: Five euros per person.

Register via the registration form on this page.

Registration form

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Donations

Chabad on Campus is made possible by donations from institutions and individuals. We are grateful that you are also considering supporting our work for the benefit of the future of Jewism in the Netherlands.

Stichting Chabad on Campus has an ANBI status, which means that donations are tax deductible in most cases.