Bridges is a fine-dining restaurant inside The Grand hotel in the heart of Amsterdam. It has a menu that focusses mainly on fish and also has an à la carte selection with a range of fine wines. Everything is centred around you having a memorable food experience. You can even reserve the chef’s table in the heart of the kitchen. The decor is one of understated design and the restaurant has won awards. The whole team look forward to welcoming you at Bridges. Booking is easy here. (more…)
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. It is not an accident that Greetje was given the Tripadvisor Award of Excellence for the last 7 years in a row. If you think you know Dutch cuisine, then think again. This is elevated Dutch cuisine in a beautiful setting. Everything has been considered for your total enjoyment. Every dish is made with passion and only the very best and freshest ingredients are used. The interiors are all about the traditional Dutch ambiance: the wooden floors, the Delft on the wall and the wall paper itself. All of this inside a monumental building from the 18th century.
Breda Restaurant was a notable addition to the foodie destination list in Amsterdam. It is often referred to in hushed tones and at times, it is very, very popular. The three founders grew up together in the Brabant region of The Netherlands. The cuisine is a mix of international choices and mixed together with Dutch and French influences. For sure, this is a food experience that is not easily forgotten. The wine pairing is second to none. Breda is where fine dining and the fun and pleasure of great times blend effortlessly.
Occo Brasserie is inside the wonderful hotel The Dylan on the Keizersgracht in the heart of the Jordaan. You can enjoy a selection of delicious dishes from the varied menu. The Occo breathes quality, craftsmanship and service. The decor and atmosphere is just wonderful and you will feel it all through your meal. There is a wonderful wine selection and the cocktail list is a long one. To see the interiors and the menu, go to the official page.
Grahams Kitchen is a culinary island in the Pijp that must be discovered by fans of fine dining and food experiences. Graham Mee originally hails form Liverpool and has been an Amsterdam for the last 20 years. His passion for food is there to see in every dish served in his fine restaurant. Only the very best and freshest ingredients are used in the process. Delicious and beautiful dishes are the hallmark of Graham’s Kitchen. The atmosphere and the whole experience is a qualititaive and agreeable one. There is of course, a fabulous selection of wines to choose from to accompany your meal. See more details on the official page here.
Restaurant Vermeer is part of the NH Collection Barbizon Palace hotel in a busy part of Amsterdam. Inside Vermeer, you experience a haven of peace where unpretentious food and culinary experiences are brought to the fore. British chef Christopher Naylor helms this Michelin-starred restaurant and it is his passion and ambition is evident on the plate. Creativity and innovation are constants as is the freshness and quality of the ingredients. The dishes are beautiful and delicious and the wine selection is vast. See more on the official page here.
Ciel Bleu Restaurant is a wonderful destination for fine dining, high up in the skies over Amsterdam as it is on the 23rd floor of the Hotel Okura. Also celestial in the sense that it has 2 Michelin stars due to the dedication of the main chefs Onno Kokmeijer and Arjan Speelman. It goes without saying that the food is innovative and constantly evolving as these world class chefs push more boundaries. The whole team works towards a total customer experience that they call ‘Guestronomy’. You will enjoy a food experience and a fabulous skyline view over the city. There are of course, vintage wines from the award-winning list. See more on the official Ciel Bleu Restaurant page here.
The Duchess introduces the elegance of traditional London hospitality balanced with Viennese grandeur. The decor is fabulous and sets the scene for a wonderful and memorable dining experience. The building is the former KAS bank and the marble columns are beautiful. The food is a revelation and dishes arriving on the table look almost too beautiful to eat. Almost. The cuisine is a seamless blend of influences from Italy and the South of France. Other classic dishes are also on the menu, meaning that there is something for everyone. The Duchess has one Michelin star.
On the ground floor of Hotel Okura Amsterdam you will find the authentic Japanese Yamazato Restaurant. Yamazato at Hotel Okura Amsterdam serves authentic Japanese haute cuisine, kaiseki ryori. It is the first traditional Japanese restaurant in Europe to be awarded a Michelin star. The multi-course experience is led by Executive Chef Masanori Tomi. More than fifty specialties from traditional kaiseki ryori cuisine, the Japanese haute cuisine, are prepared by the skilled hands of Executive Chef & Manager Masanori Tomikawa and the team of Japanese chefs. By using typical Japanese materials in the interior, and the adjacent garden with a beautiful cherry blossom in spring, you feel as if you are in Japan. Yamazato also offers different private dining areas. Interested in celebrating a special occasion?
RIJKS Restaurant is the restaurant of the Rijksmuseum. The art from one spills over into the other. The RIJKS Restaurant upholds the values of slow food with a varied menu made with the the freshest local ingredients. The whole team wants you to enjoy a memorable food experience. All this is served in a fabulous setting worthy of the world class museum next door. This is a haven for foodie anywhere and you will not forget a visit to The Rijks Restaurant. See more on the official page here.