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Spice It Up: Explore Overhoeks restaurants

Overhoeks Restaurants

Moon
Moon
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Dutch | Overhoeks, Noord

Enjoy fine dining at the Moon Restaurant. Located on the upper floor of the A'DAM Toren, its revolving platform provides breathtaking views of the city and skyline. Ideal for special occasions, it offers a stylish décor with iron artwork, rust-colored bench seats and an all-glass bar. Moon Restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner.

Moon Restaurant offers an international menu created by chefs Jaimie van Heije and Tommy den Hartog. Each meal comes with three, five or eight courses and includes dishes like steak tartare with beets, scallop ceviche, beef tenderloin and eel. The final course is always a sweet treat like milk pudding or coconut lime pie. Alcoholic beverages including wines, beers and cocktails are also available.

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If you’re looking for Stranger Things in Amsterdam, this is the neighborhood for you. Located on the grounds that housed the former Royal Dutch Shell Research facility, new apartments and condos began springing up in 2007—and the plan is for a whole new realm of commercial, retail and cultural spaces, with complimentary restaurants and cafes to feed this rapid growth. While the eateries are still a bit limited, you can stop in for a burger or some tasty small plates before checking out an art house movie theatre of the Amsterdam tower—the view from the top is unmissable, even in the snow.

Discover Overhoeks

If you’re looking for Stranger Things in Amsterdam, this is the neighborhood for you. Located on the grounds that housed the former Royal Dutch Shell Research facility, new apartments and condos began springing up in 2007—and the plan is for a whole new realm of commercial, retail and cultural spaces, with complimentary restaurants and cafes to feed this rapid growth. While the eateries are still a bit limited, you can stop in for a burger or some tasty small plates before checking out an art house movie theatre of the Amsterdam tower—the view from the top is unmissable, even in the snow.

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