The Pantry Dutch Restaurant is a little slice of Dutch history and cuisine just a 1 minute walk from the Leidseplein. Traditional Dutch cuisine is rich, hearty and flavoursome. At The Pantry you can choose from a wide selection of delicious dishes and desserts. Not only will you experience the traditional Dutch cooking, you will eat in a uniquely historical Dutch atmosphere that you will never forget. As we reopen in these times, you will need to reserve ahead of your visit.
Vijff Vlieghen is an institution in central Amsterdam for those who love Dutch food and tradition. Outside the building you can see that it was built in 1627, but it is in fact a collection of 5 canal houses. Serving delicious Dutch cuisine started here in 1939 and has never stopped. It feels like stepping back in time and is a real food experience. Fabulous atmosphere, food and wines.
Moeders Dutch Restaurant prides itself on their honest Dutch cuisine that is made with passion and the same Dutch recipes handed down by mothers over the years. Moeders opened in 1990 and is a firm favourite for locals and tourists alike. The food is really good here and al the Dutch classics are served. Another reason to come is the incredible decor. The wall are covered with photos of mums from all over the world. Now there are many hundreds and more arriving all the time. The atmosphere is informal and cosy. Reservations are necessary as it is popular.
Haesje Claes Dutch Restaurant is right in the heart of Amsterdam and a firm favourite with everyone. The building dates back hundreds of years and the name comes from a lady born in the 15th century who started an orphanage. The restaurant started in 1954 as an eating café. It serves all the Dutch cuisine classics, but is also loved for its meat dishes and seafood offerings. Also popular are herring, kroketten and pea soup to main dishes like Stamppot and beef steak, the restaurant will give you a taste of traditional Dutch specialties. The decor is very catching and if you want a memorable Dutch dinner, you will find it here.
Cafe Loetje began about 40 years ago as a neighbourhood pub in Amsterdam South, near the Museumplein. The simple and honest concept of a Dutch brasserie caught on and now there are Cafe Loetjes all across the country. People still love Tham and that is not going to change in a hurry. The menu is really fully of delicious dishes and there is something for all the family. Make a booking, you cannot go wrong, in fact, it can only go right!
Restaurant Greetje Dutch cuisine is a great place to eat the very best local food and just a short walk from the heart of Amsterdam. Every dish is made with passion and only the very best and freshest ingredients are used. Greetje is very regularly highly rated in travel guides and sites that rate restaurants based on feedback. Restaurant Greetje is where you can enjoy elevated Dutch cuisine with a ‘gezellige’ local vibe. The dishes are classics from Dutch cookbooks and in Greetje’s archive of recipes that were passed on from generation to generation. Loved by local and visitors alike.
De Rozenboom Restaurant is tucked away in a little side street in central Amsterdam. It does deserve your attention and is well worth discovering. It is a little gem of a restaurant for those who love Dutch food and those who want to discover it. All the Dutch classics are available and others always with a little twist. The food is honest and created with the spirit of true Dutch food. The interior is creative,
decorated with delft blue plates and wooden tables and chairs giving it a rustic look. A wonderful and memorable experience.
Restaurant Prins van Oranje is on the Prinsengracht and is a family owned restaurant. With its beautiful interiors, it is a great place to enjoy traditional Dutch food and some modern Dutch cuisine too. The restaurant only used the very freshest ingredients and the best spices. The effect is a step back in time to a Dutch Grandma’s kitchen. The team are very attentive to the whole experience of their guests. the restaurant is open every day of the year.