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Spice It Up: Explore Museumkwartier restaurants

Museumkwartier Restaurants

Brasserie Pompa
Brasserie Pompa
(29)
££££
Mediterranean | Museumkwartier, Zuid

We enjoyed a lovely dinner here our last in Amsterdam. The food was good but my Mediterranean platter was missing the grilled lamb promised. The calamari and other items were tasty & my husband’s fish and chips were delicious too. More

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Taiko - Conservatorium Hotel
Taiko - Conservatorium Hotel
(10)
££££
Asian | Museumkwartier, Zuid

Truly exceptional- but with a price tag in the Two Star range. (Which they may actually get in due course; no stars as yet by Michelin, which is not correct: they deserve at least 1 star after we have been there some 4 times now the last year) More

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Conservatorium Brasserie
Conservatorium Brasserie
(5)
££££
Contemporary European | Museumkwartier, Zuid

We went for Christmas lunch and it was wonderful . 4 courses and the wine pairing were worth every cent. The food was great and while I was first concerned the portions were small in fact I struggled to finish my meal. The service was excellent and they made a fuss of our 8 year old who behaved shockingly well. I will definitely go back. More

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Discover Museumkwartier

Aptly named, this part of Zuid is a cultural hub for the city. Initially developed following the construction of the Rijksmuseum, the area gets its name from a cluster of major museums at Museumplein, such as the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk. Surprisingly, you can find a solid bagel here, as well as some of the finest four-star dining experiences in the city, from modern Dutch to classic steakhouses. For sushi connoisseurs, you’ll find one of the most renowned spots in the city located right by the museums. From high culture to the more casual, there are an array of artful eating options to be found.

Discover Museumkwartier

Aptly named, this part of Zuid is a cultural hub for the city. Initially developed following the construction of the Rijksmuseum, the area gets its name from a cluster of major museums at Museumplein, such as the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk. Surprisingly, you can find a solid bagel here, as well as some of the finest four-star dining experiences in the city, from modern Dutch to classic steakhouses. For sushi connoisseurs, you’ll find one of the most renowned spots in the city located right by the museums. From high culture to the more casual, there are an array of artful eating options to be found.

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