|blauw aan de wal
the dylan / vinkeles
van de markt
Professor Tulpplein 1 (520 32 64).
The Amstel Hotel's elegant restaurant on the banks of the Amstel river; this is the place to go if you want classic Michelin-starred ambiance. La Rive serves French/Mediterranean cuisine with subtle Asian influences, with the dishes all very well thought out, made with the best of ingredients and beautifully presented. The window tables offer charming views of Amstel River. La Rive carries one Michelin star, with prices to match. Reservations are in order, and you should dress up.
Open daily 6.30pm-10pm. Reservations and correct attire necessary.
[8 reviews, avg 9/10]
Jonge Roelensteeg 21 (344 64 00).
A trendy three-in-one; restaurant, bar and lounge. In the restaurant on the first floor you can enjoy a meal on the wild side: the Supper Club offers thematic dinners, with the interior and menu in harmony with the subject. For example, you could find yourself in downtown Naples with the laundry hanging from the ceiling, or you could be in a sophisticated Paris Salon. As they say: 'In the Supper Club you take of your shoes, lay down and you're at home!' As you might expect, this is a cuisine with a good share of humour. Apart from being the most popular days, Fridays and Saturdays are also the most spectacular with live music and DJ's.
Open daily 8pm-close. Reservations necessary.
[65 reviews, avg 8/10]
Schollenburgstraat 8-9 (468 69 58).
Spacious and bright interior, with wood, concrete and pastel colors. 'VandeMarkt' translates to 'from the market'; the menu varies daily according to the availability of fresh ingredients. International cuisine with for example tuna tartare with wasabi and sesame oil, venison steak with sage and tarte tatin.
Kitchen open 6pm-10pm, closed Sun, Mon.
[3 reviews, avg 7/10]
Weteringschans 175 (622 82 92).
An intimate restaurant not far from city center, with a modern approach to the classical French-Mediterranean cuisine. Simple yet elegant interior with small tables laid with white cloth, and a mezzanine with a nice view of the garden. Michelin acclaimed van Vlaanderen offers excellent value for money.
Kitchen open 6.30pm-10.30pm, closed Sun-Mon.
[6 reviews, avg 10/10]
Spuistraat 294-302 (530 40 60).
With its slightly over the top Golden Age decor d'Vijff Vlieghen (the Five Flies) would be the ultimate tourist trap but the Dutch cuisine served is actually pretty good, albeit a little on the expensive side. The restaurant is made up of nine differently styled dining rooms of which the Rembrandt Room - with four original etchings made by the man himself - is everybody's favorite. You might want to make reservations.
Open daily 6pm-11pm.
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