When you arrive on the Blue Boat, you are welcomed on board with a drink and a amuse bouche. Because your order is taken for the main courseand the boat will set sail for a two and a half hour cruise through the world-renowned canals of Amsterdam. Glide by the beautifully lit buildings, quaint little canals, houseboats and brigdes while you enjoy dommer. After a cup of coffee ( or tea ) with selection of Dutch sweet, we ‘ll bring you back to our docks. Finish your evening in style at the Holland Casino it is located directly across the Read More
Bolenius Biological Dutch Bolenius restaurant is located between the architectural offices and residential towers on the Amsterdam Zuid-As. Between these modern buildings tightly styled restaurant has a refreshing and contemporary look.
Haesje Claes is a typical and authentic Amsterdam restaurant which is situated in the Spuibuurt (City Centre), between the Spui Plein and Dam Square. Its location spreads from the Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal to the Spuistraat and Roskamsteeg.In 1974, André Duyves opened Haesje Claes as a small lunchroom (petit-restaurant) which is still known today for its famous meatballs with pepper sauce and brown bean soup. The restaurant was first opened at the Nz Voorburgwal 320, and was previously a theatre room called “Tingel Tangel” owned by a famous Dutch cabaret artist Sieto Hoving. After studying the history of the area, André Duyves Read More
Hemelse Modder Dutch Restaurant Hemelse Modder (Heavenly Mud) was founded in 1984 by 11 friends with shared ideals. The team, location and decor have changed a bit, but we have remained dedicated to the original values of warm hospitality and honest food. The atmosphere in the restaurant is cozy and welcoming. We’re open for dinner, seven days a week, from 18.00 hours. On Saterdays and Sundays we’re open for lunch from 12.00 until 14.30 hours. During the weekend you can have a drink or have a taste of our cakes all afternoon. You are sincerely invited to come and taste Read More
De Jonge Dikkert
De Jonge Dikkert Dutch Mill the Dikkert is built in 1672 and goes for some time as a restaurant. Not only the property has character but also our concept of eating, drinking and experience. The name “De Jonge Dikkert” carries our restaurant for good reason. We remain constantly refresh, rejuvenate. Not only the Interior is contemporary but also the experience of a lunch or dinner. We strive for a casual relaxed atmosphere; good for any occasion both business and private.
De Kraai Enjoying your authentic Dutch pancake of no less then 29 cm’s? Or various fresh sandwiches, salads, soups, coffee or tea with pastry. You’re more than welcome in our restaurant for Pancakes & more! Take your seat in our pleasant ancient-Dutch restaurant with a typical Zaanse ‘Smuiger’, or on our terrace in the sun, on the beautiful Zaanse Schans. it is also is the perfect location for barbecues, weddings, receptions and parties. You’ll find more information on this on our website. See the official website here
Noordwest Cafe Restaurant
Restaurant Noordwest is well known in the heart of the famous Amsterdam Jordan area. Not only because of its gorgeous location at the Noordermarkt, but also because of its spacious terrace, friendly staff, and extensive menu for lunch, dinner and wines. Our lunch menu offers a tasteful selection of dishes ranging from healthy shakes and soups to delicious salads and (grilled) sandwiches. For dinner, we serve a beautiful variety of meat, fish and vegetarian meals. Fresh local products bring our dishes to life. We follow the seasons and, as a result, our menu changes every month to pleasantly surprise you Read More
The Pancake Bakery
The Pancake Bakery In 1973 The Pancake Bakery opened its doors in the former 17th century VOC warehouse, situated on Prinsengracht 191. The building called ‘Hoop’ (Hope) is one of the three buildings that were all in possession of the powerful and prosperous Dutch East India Company (VOC), from left to right ‘Geloof’ (‘Faith’), ‘Hoop’ and ‘Liefde’ (‘Love’). In this Dutch Golden Age Calvinism was at its peak, and faith and business often went hand in hand. From this point of view the names of these warehouses are not unusual. The buildings are situated on the Prinsengracht and form part Read More
La Rive Dutch For La Rive’s spring/summer menu, Executive Chef Rogér Rassin created a bonbon made from Dutch dairy beef that is filled with North Sea crab. The layer of caviar adds a briny saltiness and the avocado cream creates a velvety finish. The textures complement each other beautifully and are united in a tasty beef and shellfish broth. Fortunately, each guest is given two or three servings so they can fully enjoy this innovative, delightful and at the same time typically Dutch dish.
De Silveren Spiegel
De Silveren Spiegel Dutch A dining experience you will remember Elegance, tradition and hospitality are the core traits of one of Amsterdam’s finest restaurants, de Silveren Spiegel (the Silver Mirror). The restaurant dates from the Dutch Golden Age, the 17th century, and all of the building is kept in it’s original state so you can experience the ambiance of this time period. A unique evening out in breathtaking surroundings befitting the likes of Rembrandt and Vermeer. The restaurant has never been more renowned for its delicate approach to traditional Dutch cuisine, than under the present ownership of Francisca and Jim Read More
Wilde Zwijnen Dutch open daily monday from 18.00 tuesday from 18.00 wednesday from 18.00 thursday from 18.00 friday from 12.00 saterday from 12.00 sunday from 12.00