De Pijp Restaurants
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I feel the unique experience one is exposed to at Ctaste is without a doubt very memorable. Eating in the dark really allows one to experience foods differently, but also changes how you better utilize your other senses. All the employees at the restaurant are amazing and it was one of the best times I have had at a restaurant! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Orontes is the original name of the river Asi that flows through Southern Turkey to the east side of the Mediterranean. The valleys through which this river flows have had a great deal of influence on our local dishes. In this region the cooking is extremely varied and healthy, with traces Greek, Roman, Arab, Armenian, French and Turkish influences. Anyone who knows the areas around Antakya (historic Antioch) will never forget our local dishes. Charcoal grilled meat and fish make up the basis of our interest in extensive selections of starters and hors d’oeuvres. Products from this area, such as pomegranate sauce, herbs and chick peas for humus are imported. Along with these we use olive oil and fresh ingredients.More
Reuring is a modern European restaurant is De Pijp. It has a relaxed environment with indoor and outdoor dining available. Inside, guests will be comfortable in the classic dining room area with simple décor and an easy-going atmosphere. Guests eating outside can watch with fascination as people come and go on the fascinating streets around Reuring.
Cuisine at this restaurant includes tastes from all over Europe. Each month, the head chefs craft a new menu and serve it in three to five courses upon your request. Allergies and dietary needs can be handled by Reuring on any courses if guests will let the staff know ahead of time. Wine pairings can be ordered along with each course to enhance the dining experience.More
Great food, good prices, great location: in niewmarket next to red light district, HUGE gluten free menu (wife has celiac) and they took special care of us while we were there to accommodate her (she got the gluten free lasagne which she said was Crazy good). We ate there on the first day of vacation and came back again, staff is super nice and friendly, will definitely be back there next time we are in Amstrerdam MoreOpenTable Diner -
Dine on elevated international cuisine at Restaurant BREDA. Its setting features linen clothed tables and warm lighting, making it wonderful for enjoying a meal just for two with a date or old friend. Restaurant BREDA offers a variety of flavorful dishes for guests to enjoy. Asparagus with hollandaise or corvina-style ceviche make for delicious starter choices. Guests can dine on a rib-eye steak, mussels or pork belly in hoisin sauce. It also has a lunch course menu, sweet desserts and accommodates for food allergies.
Restaurant BREDA has a full bar that offers seating for guests to converse. It has an extensive wine list with international selections for pairings. This restaurant is open for lunch and dinner services throughout the week.More
Wurst & Schnitzelhaus is a classic German restaurant in De Pijp. This is said to be one of the first German restaurants in the city. It has a small-town feel that makes it a wonderful spot for lunch or dinner with a small group of friends or family. Wurst & Schnitzelhaus is also an ideal place to indulge in a few fantastic German beers and a good conversation.
The menu at Wurst & Schnitzelhaus is full of delectable entrees as well as scrumptious snacks that pair well with a drink. Some of the popular choices include the pork schnitzel with assorted toppings, the house-made bratwurst, the sausage mix and the chicken and avocado salad.More
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Known as the Old South, most streets in this area are named after Dutch painters like van Gogh, as well as the famous modernist painter, Piet Mondriaan, who once lived here. The dining scene is equally artful, with many of the city’s trendiest restaurants located along these narrow streets, steps from the former Heineken brewery. Artisan burgers in minimalist digs earn high marks, and Vietnamese street food with locally sourced ingredients offers a fresh take on an Asian staple. For vegetarians, there’s a can’t-miss restaurant that has had a rotating menu since it opened in 1981. On the higher-end, a French bistro makes the most of seasonal ingredients while sourcing its wine directly from France. Get ready for a sophisticated trip through some of the city’s buzziest blocks.