Dining has never been better here in Amsterdam – well, not for the last two decades. This part of the Netherlands offers cuisine of international class, taste, and culture. From the small cafes and breakfast tables, to fantastic lunch and dinner meals, and of course, free flowing beers that people we would not dare to miss. Amsterdam is a hot spot for tourists looking for great treats when it comes to food, fashion, and entertainment. So, don’t forget to be at the right places when you are in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Brasserie Vlaming. Being in Amsterdam means a trip to this tourist-favorite restaurant in Grachtengordel-West. This restaurant offers a cozy and excellent atmosphere, where a limited menu of international dishes will totally blow you away. Excellent service and staff, great food, perfect dining experience – this is Brasserie Vlaming that everyone came to love.
Restaurant De Kas. There’s nothing like satisfying your hunger with a delightful Dutch or Mediterranean dish. If you find yourself at De Kas; I recommend you try the endive tarte tatin courtesy of Chef Gert Jan Hageman, simply delicious. The vegetables used at the restaurant come from their own vegetable garden. Sit outside, enjoy the vegetation, and a gorgeous meal.
Zaza’s. This French restaurant in Amsterdam definitely lived up to my expectations. Whether you’re looking for some fine steaks or lamb filet paired with a nice glass of Chardonnay, Zaza’s will make your Amsterdam trip worthwhile. Have a great dining experience topped with an elegant relaxing ambience to complete your stay.
Bussia. A modern Italian fine dining is what this restaurant in Amsterdam can only promise. Aside from their classic and delightful Italian menu of pastas, risotto and many more, Bussia also offers a notable wine list which can really satisfy your palates. Be ready to spend a night of great Italian dining in Amsterdam with Bussia, still in Grachtengordel-West.
Koh-i-Noor. Amsterdam is full of international cuisine pleasures, and this Indian restaurant tops the international food race. Koh-i-Noor brings an honest and genuine Indian cuisine, from their spicy lamb curry to their classic masala chai (Indian drink). This classic Indian restaurant is high in ratings, but fits right into your budget – living to what everyone expects it to be.
Seasons Restaurant. Make time to visit this humble restaurant in Amsterdam called the Seasons Restaurant. With the dishes made with only the freshest ingredients, you might want to book a reservation before coming in for a delightful meal ahead. The Seasons Restaurant maybe a bit small in its size, but it definitely satisfies your tummies bigtime.
Gartine. A romantic getaway in Amsterdam won’t be complete without having a meal or two at this intimate restaurant called Gartine. This restaurant offers great Dutch and French meals in breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Might want to get a reservation ahead of time because almost everyone in might be in for a special Gartine meal.
Christophe. This popular restaurant also promises an intimate and romantic date after your day tour in Amsterdam. With a Michelin star under its name, Christophe creates a brand new taste for the cuisine by doing some changes in Mediterranean-based ingredients such as basil, saffron, and olive oil. Have a very lovely gourmet evening at Christophe.
Greetje. Modern meets tradition is the focus of this Dutch restaurant called Greetje. Guests are treated to a delectable menu of traditional Dutch cuisines, inspired by different areas in the region. With entrees made from fresh and organic ingredients, you don’t wanna miss out on an authentic Dutch dining in Amsterdam. Oh, and did I mention the restaurant has quite a view overlooking the canal? Probably not.
De Klos. This is the place to make a stop before saying goodnight. They’ve got the good old bar treats, served in European manner. We are talking about smoked ribs and a handful of tap beer to end your night. The best beers and ribs are found in Europe, and De Klos certainly lives up to that tag name.