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The Brasserie Ambassade is set in an historic canal building and decorated with paintings by the post-WWII modern COBRA artists. The food is delicious French cuisine elegantly served by knowledgeable wait staff. My husband and both had the very tasty crispy-skinned filet bar with asparagus, fennel, lentils, and saffron beurre blanc. He started with the pâté de champagne; I chose the artichaut bargioule, and we finished with the intensely chocolate but light fondant au chocolate accompanied by warm cherry sorbet and a shot of coconut shake. As we were seated at a window overlooking the canal, we could people and boat watch while we dined. We saw a boat with a fully set table pull up for a few minutes and one of the waitresses take plates of oysters out to the couple onboard. One of the waiters told us that you can hire a boat for a private dinner. The boat stops at two or three restaurants for starters, the main course, and dessert as it makes its way along the canal. A progressive dinner on water! We would highly recommend this restaurant for the fine food, service, and friendliness of the staff. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Quick stopover in Amsterdam n an extended holiday. Found this place highly recommended. Food generally quit good, the vegetable dishes especially. Service friendly and earnest. Only real complaint was the extremely long interval between courses—we do not mind a leisurely pace, but this was especially protracted for every course. Only downside to an otherwise nice meal. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Our meal was fantastic. The wine pairing were excellent and service was great. I highly recommend it. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Made reservation at Sampurna to have Rijsttafel, a Dutch Indonesian colonial rice table. The food was well prepared, seasoned, and presented. There was more than enough food for my wife and I. I highly recommend making reservations. People without reservations were told they had to wait for over an hour since the restaurant was full. MoreOpenTable Diner -
We ordered Gyakok: Tibetan mix of shrimps, meat, momos and vegetables. It was accompanied by a huge platter of rice and noodles. It was really tasty. And if you want to feel yourself a “real sherpa”, you can finish your meal with “Sherpa tea” made of milk, ginger and cloves. MoreOpenTable Diner -
While on holiday, my mother and I ate here twice for dinner. We enjoyed the food and we enjoyed the service. From the service standpoint, the gentlemen were prompt and attentive, especially looking comparatively. My mom ordered the pasta Alfredo, I had a red pepper tomato pasta. The appteizers we enjoyed we're caprese and the shrimp. We would recommend. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Nice introduction to Dutch food. Had charcuterie plate for appetizer with pate, sausage, and beef tartare . Enjoyed it all. Cream of Asparagus soup was app filling I couldn’t finish it. My son had the entrecôte with Dutch mashed potatoes and vegetables was excellent and would order it again. Sorry we had no room for dessert ! MoreOpenTable Diner -
We had dinner here the night before Easter. The food was high quality and delicious. The servers were very attentive , were always making sure we were happy. We had the all you can eat choice, about 35€ per person and you get your moneys worth, just come hungry! Best to make reservations! MoreOpenTable Diner -
My husband and I dine out often and Ron Gastrobar Paris did not disappoint! We eat a lot of lamb and we both agreed that our lamb chops were absolutely the best we have ever had. The rest of the meal was tasty and we enjoyed our champagne too! I highly recommend. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Restaurant Simpel is situated in the heart of de Pijp neighbourhood, known for its diversity of colourful shops, trendy bars and good restaurants. Our motto is less is more. We offer pure, basic food in a simple but stylish setting. The tasteful inviting interior attracts a wide variety of people and is ideally suited for a lunch for large groups, a group dinner, a presentation, a party or any other celebration! Also good to know is that Amsterdam’s most popular tourist attractions like Albert Cuyp market, Heineken Experience, Rijksmuseum, Stedelijk museum and Van Goghmuseum are all located withing walking distance from Simpel. And RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre is less than 10 minutes by taxi. Check out our special brochure for groups!More
Restaurant RED Amsterdam is an upscale, yet cozy restaurant. The interior of this eatery is an interesting sight, as all of the walls are painted a vibrant green color, along with many of the chairs. The dining area is first and foremost designed to be comfortable, with lots of booth-style seating covered in a wide variety of pillows. Restaurant RED's menu primarily focuses on lobster and steak dishes with preparations inspired by a variety of European influences. Some of the starters at RED include a classic French lobster bisque, steak tartare and half of a baked Canadian lobster. For main dishes, guests should try one of the two specialties of the house: a surf & turf with tenderloin and lobster or tournedos rossini with fried duck liver and Madeira sauce.More
Situated on North Street right in the center of Amsterdam, Steakhouse Piet de Leeuw serves up mouth-watering cuts of meat and more. Its classic interior features wood throughout along with glass and wrought iron lamps hanging from the ceiling. Steakhouse Piet de Leeuw offers appetizers like salmon on toast, baked mussels and meatballs in spicy tomato sauce. A main course of calf's liver with bacon and onions, fried sole in butter or beef tenderloin covered in mushrooms will make the senses happy.
Steakhouse Piet de Leeuw has a full bar with seating that serves various libations. It features meal discounts on the first Monday of the month. This pub is open throughout the week and makes a wonderful location for dining, as well as conversing with friends.More
Thijs by Dikker &Thijs is located next to the Dikker and Thijs hotel. It is the perfect place to start your day or to come by for a lunch. An all-day breakfast menu is featured that includes croissant with jam and butter, ham and cheese omelette or the Thijs board with toast, ham, cheese, jam and a drink. Come with a coworker for a nice lunch and enjoy a goat cheese sandwich or one of the lunch specials, such as the roll Thijs with pulled pork or Terrine of wild with homemade terrine of wild boar and deer. Thijs by Dikker has a concise dinner menu that has something for everyone. Enjoy a lamb stew or the confit duck leg.
Thijs by Dikker is sensitive to allergies, just tell your server prior to ordering.More
Canals flow all throughout the city, but nowhere quite like this unique neighborhood in the Centrum district. Now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the city’s four main canals are the centerpiece, with small bridges traversing the narrow waterways interspersed with 17th-century canal homes. After working up an appetite visiting nearby attractions like the Anne Frank House or the abundance of museums, pop in to one of the nearby cafes for local Dutch beers and a casual bite. On the more high-end side, a select crop of four-star restaurants are some of the most revered in Europe, ranging from modern takes on Dutch fare to fine French cuisine. And when it comes to breakfast, look out for the first-class full English breakfast served daily just off Leidsestraat. Just know that wherever you go, the canals and eateries are a memorable combo.