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Plantage/Weesperbuurt Restaurants

Attended for the brunch. The service was great. Welcoming at the door, quick to remove empty plates and refill wine glasses. The waitress we had was friendly and talkative. The food was decent. Great for a buffet style and what was nice was the kitchen had an open view to diners which is always reassuring. I would recommend trying the Bali brunch for a switch up on normal brunch. More

OpenTable Diner -
Michel-Inn OostMichel-Inn Oost
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££££
Italian | Plantage/Weesperbuurt, Centrum

Located between Linneausstraat and Beukenplein in Amsterdam you will find Michel-Inn.
Our Pizzaiola's make the wood-fired pizzas as they should and season them with surprising toppings. Our Chef prepares irresistible platito's; real culinary art pieces. Platitos are small dishes that you can share together, but some just order everything for themselves. You can also come to us for artisanal sweets.
Quality and diversity are of paramount importance to us, but cosiness is our asset.More

Discover Weesperbuurt en Plantage

Some neighborhoods have a classic feel, and this area in the Centrum district epitomizes timelessness. With an abundance of museums and attractions, such as the Hermitage Amsterdam, Resistance Museum, and Portuguese Synagogue, you need the right provisions before you explore. If you want something quick, stop in for a juicy burger and shakes, sandwiches and fresh salads, and cozy coffee shops where you can sip espresso and watch the tides of tourists and locals roll by. On the higher-end, upscale bistros near the museums offer a culinary counterpoint to the culture. And somewhere in between lies some of the best pizza in town.