Saqsa is a cozy restaurant in the center of the Piet Heinstraat. It offers a variety of French dishes, as well as some vegetarian options. The restaurant's goal is to bring people together while simultaneously respecting the environment. One way they accomplish this is by offering seasonal dishes.
Saqsa changes the menu of the restaurant according to the season. Thus, they ensure that the food does not have to be imported from far-away places, which would require large amounts of water and energy, whilst additionally causing the emission of greenhouse gasses during transportation. Furthermore, Saqsa's takeaway meals come in paper instead of plastic packaging to reduce non-recyclable waste.
Responsible Consumption and Production: Saqsa uses recyclable packaging materials, thereby producing less waste.
Climate Action: By focusing on the use of local products, Saqsa helps to reduce the amount of greenhouse gas emissions caused by transportation.