Delicious modern and very well decorated plates from a young chef . Had 5 course wine and dine menu.Oxen sausage, scallops, mussel, sweetbread, Dutch beef loin, lemon tartlet.Expensive but it worths.
Restaurant in one of the oldest buildings in Amsterdam which in itself is worth a visit. The staff were friendly and our waiter gave us an outline of the history of the building, but he rattled it off as if he had been made to memorise it as part of his job. Although the food was good it was no better than other restaurants we visited during our stay.
This restaurant is in a very old building and a little bit off the mainstreet, but is worth to find this restaurant. Welcoming was warm and friendly. Interior is elegant too. This restaurant is stylish but at the same time with very relaxed atmosphere and service. We had a three course setmenu with wines and we were wery pleased
Excellent Dutch restaurant in a 17th century building located across the street from the Renaissance Hotel.
Excellent menu beautifully presented. The tasting menu was goid and you can takectheir wine selections (at a premium). In summer you can sit outside. Our enjoyment was hampered by a delay of almost an hour for our main course and other tables were similarly affected. Staff shortages no doubt.
Terrific--splendid dining experience, service was very attentive but stopped short of annoying, food was superb, dining room a delight--in fact, whole building is fascinating and beautiful. Only thing Id say negative: wine prices are quite high.
If you're want to find out what fine Dutch cuisine is, instead of boerenkool, rokworst and haring - this restaurant is the place. Best local produce, authentic interior & excellent kitchen. Not cheap.
Excellent service in a beautiful environment. Wine pairings are easily arranged which compliment the Dutch cuisine. A favorite.
The ambiance is excellent and the old crooked brick building is charming.
Steepest stairs ever. Avoid when drunk.