Café Toussaint is a cozy neighborhood café that serves breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and dessert in either a small open kitchen dining area or on a large outdoor terrace. Come solo or with a friend and enjoy a cocktail or cup of coffee along with a tapa like the spicy hummus bread or and order of organic Gouda cheese served with pickles and mustard. Satisfy your lunch time cravings with a bowl of tomato or green pea soup or enjoy the spinach salad topped with goat cheese, pancetta, cipollette and aged balsmico. Bring a partner to Café Toussaint and enjoy a dinner like veal rib eye, albacore tuna steak or ravioli.
Large groups of up to 10 people are easily accommodated by Café Toussaint for any meal of the day.More
Kartika is an Indonesian restaurant in Vondelpark. Guests can enjoy the themed décor around the walls, including handheld fans, short statues, orchid flowers and paintings on the walls. Kartika's full-service bar stands on one side of the room, a large country crest visible on the ceiling fixture. The atmosphere inside is cozy and intimate, making it a great place for casual meals with friends and fun dates with a special someone.
Cuisine at Kartika is a delicious mix of traditional favorites from around Indonesia. Popular dishes for many guests include the Ramayana sampler dish, traditional Mahabarata and kroepoek. Guests of two or more in a party are asked to order from a rice table menu that is made up of pre-set meal courses of your choice.More
Blue Pepper Restaurant And Candlelight Cruises gives diners a sense of what royal Indonesian cuisine was like. The restaurant focuses on creating complex, unique dishes that are likely to be different than anything diners have experiences before. Blue Pepper creates it's special dining experience by introducing diners to rijsttafels. Rijsttafels is a Dutch word that means "rice table" and consists of many small side dishes, usually around 40, served in plates or bowls as a way to highlight all the various flavors and textures of Indonesian food. This means diners don't have to miss out on anything the kitchen offers. Blue Pepper also offers the dinner cruises which are synonymous with its name, where guests can enjoy the dazzling array of dishes on a relaxing boat ride.More
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Zus en Zus is a fun and friendly Dutch restaurant. The name of the restaurant translates to "Sister and Sister", which aptly encapsulates the family friendly atmosphere of the dining room. The menu itself takes inspiration from all over Europe but definitely leans heavily into both French and Mediterranean cuisine. Guests will find a lot of seasonal vegetables being utilized as well as sustainably caught seafood and free-range meat. Vegetarians will be happy to know there are many meatless dishes available on the Zus en Zus menu. Popular Zus en Zus dishes include a beef carpaccio with parmesan, arugula, pine nuts and capers as well as a duck breast with caramelized chicory, homemade fries and orange sauce.More
Named after the 17th-century playwright and poet Joost van den Vondel, this public park covers 120 acres in the Amsterdam-Zuid part of the city. Originally opened in 1865, the park now has around 10 million visitors each year, and features an open-air theatre, playground, and several horeca facilities, there are ample opportunities for picnics and other al fresco dining scenarios. On the refined side, indulge in some of the city’s best seafood, upscale European cuisine, or go expat with a classic American steakhouse experience. For something more casual, grab a sandwich, a bagel with smear, or a coffee and find a place in the park to call your own.