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While the name is not easy for an English speaker, I would recommend Het Stuivertje to others looking for a fine casual meal in Amsterdam. We chose it after carefully reading the various reviews - what sold us was the reply to a "no taste" review. The manager replied that good or bad, the food certainly is tasty. The ambience includes wood tables an adequate distance apart, cloth napkins, no tablecloths, a view to the kitchen. Service was fine, the manager quite personable. One of the chefs brought out a plate, explaining what it was. We started with a fine white asparagus soup and a steamed artichoke, I had a small chicken or squab, perfectly done on a bed of varied tasty vegetables, my companion ravioli with a sauce that the chef explained. It too had nice vegetables - tiny brussel sprouts, carrots included. We look forward to returning. MoreOpenTable Diner -
In 1987 La Brasa opened its doors on the lively Haarlemmerdijk in Amsterdam, located on walking distance from the Central Station, the famous Dam area and the Jordaan.
Soon it became a very popular Argentine charcoal grill restaurant with a homely and friendly atmosphere.
Specially because of the high quality meat they serve, imported from Argentina, is absolutely worth it to visit La Brasa. The meals are prepared with great care and served - together with the charcoal items - with French fries, rice, special fried potatoes, fresh vegetables etc.
Besides the fixed menu, you may also go for the Every Day Special Menu.
Once you have chosen one of the delightful charcoal dishes you shouldn't miss the tasty Argentine wine!More