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Staatsliedenbuurt Restaurants

JUN Indonesian Cuisine
JUN Indonesian Cuisine
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Indonesian | Staatsliedenbuurt, West

JUN Indonesian Cuisine is a well-known restaurant in Amsterdam. The bright and airy dining room is decorated with white walls, lots of comfortable seating, elegant hardwood floors and stylish chandeliers. The walls are lined with colorful artwork, wall-mounted light fixtures and large windows. Guests are also invited to dine outside on the small, streetside patio. Patrons of JUN Indonesian Cuisine are invited to choose from either pre-determined three-course meals or a-la-carte. Menu items offered at JUN Indonesian include sea bass fillet in a West Sumatran sauce, fried spring roll with vegetables, tofu in a yellow sauce, beef tenderloin in a Sumatran sauce and lamb satay with soy sauce and red onion.

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Mossel en Gin
Mossel en Gin
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Dutch | Staatsliedenbuurt, West

Mossel en Gin is a restaurant and a bar with a specialty in gin. So much so that they went and put it in the name. Guests to the restaurant will find three separate menus: the food menu, the drink menu and the gin menu. While walk-ins are possible they are discouraged as diners are unlikely to find a seat at the last minute. Instead, those wanting to visit Mossel en Gin should go on the website and book a table in advance. Mossel en Gin translates to "mussels and gin" so its not hard to figure out what dominates the menu. There re several different takes on classic mussel dishes but there are a variety of other seafood options too like grilled squid, ceviche tacos and lobster croquettes.

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Morgan and Mees
Morgan and Mees
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European | Staatsliedenbuurt, West

Morgan and Mees is a European style restaurant in Staatsliedenbuurt. This restaurant is located in a hotel with gorgeous architecture and an elegant feel, all of which extends to the dining room. Artwork of all kinds sits around the shelves and hangs on the walls, making the place feel unique and lively. Morgan and Mees has a minimalist approach to the dining room that really works to make the restaurant appealing.

Cuisine at Morgan and Mees encompasses the popular styles from around the continent. Meal service is provided all day, with snacks and drinks be offered to guests looking for smaller bites and refreshments. Guests can choose a special three-course meal with their dish of choice or may order a protein of their choice with accompaniments.

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Discover Staatsliedenbuurt

Dutch for “state leaders neighborhood”, this is a lovely area in the west of the city, just on the edge of the Jordaan district. Located next to Westerpark, the streets are mainly residential, featuring architecture typical of the the nineteenth century, but there a few quaint cafes sprinkled amidst the houses and apartments. Get tasty burgers in a relaxing atmosphere, or pick up a vegetarian carry-out at a local spot that regulars swear by. For the family or pizza-lover in the group, don’t miss out on top-notch Italian that stays open late—and don’t forget the tiramisu!

Discover Staatsliedenbuurt

Dutch for “state leaders neighborhood”, this is a lovely area in the west of the city, just on the edge of the Jordaan district. Located next to Westerpark, the streets are mainly residential, featuring architecture typical of the the nineteenth century, but there a few quaint cafes sprinkled amidst the houses and apartments. Get tasty burgers in a relaxing atmosphere, or pick up a vegetarian carry-out at a local spot that regulars swear by. For the family or pizza-lover in the group, don’t miss out on top-notch Italian that stays open late—and don’t forget the tiramisu!

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