Opus, the Dutch restaurant chain, has released a video for its menu that showcases the cuisine of the country’s three largest cities.
The video was posted on the restaurant’s Instagram page and features three selections from each city: Amsterdam, Groningen and Rotterdam.
Opus has been working with the Dutch government to promote its restaurants in the country, which has about 80 million people.
The chain has opened restaurants in other countries such as the U.S., Canada and Spain.
Opusa is owned by a Dutch investor and has had a busy year.
The Dutch restaurant giant has more than 1,500 restaurants in 35 countries and has raised $1.4 billion in its past two years.
Opisu also has partnerships with several restaurants in Japan, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Brazil and Russia.
Opis menu features many of the menu items of its popular restaurants in New York, Chicago, Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and other Asian cities.
“We are excited to offer Opusa a great menu of authentic Dutch food, which we know will appeal to the unique tastes and traditions of the Netherlands,” the company said in a statement.
Opos founder and CEO Michael Rietveld said the video will help the chain’s customers find the restaurants that best reflect their unique Dutch-style dining experience.
The company said the videos will be shared on social media and on its Instagram page.
Opus is part of a group of restaurants that includes Bordeaux, Lille, Bruges, Gronberg, Leuven and Amsterdam.
It is also in talks with other Dutch restaurants to open new locations in other European cities.