Eating out in Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a cultural and, consequently, a culinary melting pot. There are plenty of restaurants and cafés specialising in every cuisine your pallet desires.
In terms of taste, Amsterdam is home to many cultures and flavours. Italian, Spanish, Thai, Chinese, Indonesian, Nepali, Vietnamese, Ethiopian to name a few. At the top of the scale, Amsterdam has restaurants with one or two Michelin stars, but there also restaurants for every budget, whether you're looking to host a business dinner, a romantic meal for two or just a personal quest to find new and interesting food.
The restaurant is housed in a renovated greenhouse built in the 1920s and serves ecological fine cuisine. Perfect for special occasions - Book a table a couple of weeks in advance. www.restaurantdekas.nl
Domestic charm and minimalism with fine wines. The chef’s menu costs €50, but Envy is a delicatessen bar, so you can just have a glass of wine and some tapas. www.envy.nl
Restaurant, bar and club. Consists of beautiful rooms with a relaxed atmosphere. The innovatively prepared Chinese dishes taste divine. Book a couple of weeks in advance.
A very nice place to eat an early dinner at. Two long tables and only kebabs on the menu. Other people line up to share a table with strangers/new friends.
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An old 17th century brewery which has been completely renovated to form an all-in-one brassiere, restaurant, bar and club. www.odeontheater.nl