Pastis in Amsterdam will transport you to France. Yes the menu is awash with classic dishes from the best of French cuisine classics. Every effort has been made with the decor too to make you feel you are in one of those very French restaurants. The food is made using the only the very freshest ingredients. There are some classic French desserts and the wine list is varied and good.
The Amstel Restaurant is a wonderful venue for a memorable food experience. It is inside one of Amsterdam’s most stunning buildings and the views over the Amstel river are just fabulous. The restaurant is essentially a fabulous French brasserie that uses only the very freshest ingredients to create a food experience for you. the meant and the fish are local and cooking using French techniques. At the Amstel Restaurant, the client is at the centre of everything, the food, the service and everything else. The beautiful decor helps enhance your memorable time with us.
Bistrot des Alpes is decorated like a French Alp chalet. and offers a complete Alpine experience. Chef Thibault prepares typical French Alp dishes and a menu inspired by a classic French kitchen. You can taste in Bistrot des Alpes the Cheesefondue, Raclette and Tartiflette or our more refined seasonal menu based on French gastronomie.
Bistrot Neuf is focussed on true, authentic French food. At number 9 Harlemerstraat, it is an uncomplicated and cosy dining experience with a menu carefully paired with our extensive selection of wines. Our experience staff create delicious French dishes and we regularly rotate the meant. Only the freshest ingredients and used and the team pride themselves on you having an excellent and memorable time.
Le Restaurant in Amsterdam always had an excellent reputation and it still does. It hold a Michelin star and well deserves it and in the past it did have 2, but then closed. To the pleasure of Amsterdam Foodies, the restaurant opened in a new location after a few months. And yes, the positive reviews poured in again – as did the new Michelin star. If you are looking for a food experience, they you cannot go wrong here.
Arles restaurant in the Pijp is not just any bistro, but a neo-bistro. It is a reimagining of what a French bistro really is to keep the French classics and add new flavours. Arles is a real neighborhood restaurant, spread over four spaces in the same building. The young chefs are passionate about their creations and want you to have a for experience.
Auberge Jean et Marie was created my two people with a long history on the Amsterdam restaurant scene. The dogs opened in 2016 and it is ever popular with local foodies and fans of French cuisine. An excellent choice for lunch or dinner, the welcome is always warm and friendly. As well as an excellent menu by the head chef Thomas, there is a wide selection of fantastic wines from the cave. All in all, you will have a wonderful and memorable food experience.