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European
Amsterdam East
11 reviews
A restaurant in a huge conservatory where market garden produce is cultivated. The single menu, changed weekly, features up-to-date dishes straight from the organic garden. — Michelin Guide
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Asian
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
9 reviews
Fans say the "spicy", "authentic" rijsttafel tabled in "abundant servings" is "a must" at this longtime Rembrandtplein Indonesian. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
Plantage & the East
10 reviews
The fittingly proper, Michelin-starred dining room of the Amstel Hotel, La Rive, is Amsterdam's most formal restaurant. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Japanese
De Pijp
8 reviews
If you want class, head out here and surrender to the charming kimono-clad staff, the too-neat-to-eat presentation and the restful views over a fishpond. — Time Out
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European
Red Light District (De Wallen)
6 reviews
Classy restaurant of a luxury hotel where the chef creates inventive dishes with a bold personal touch. — Michelin Guide
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European
Vondelpark
5 reviews
The creative Dutch-meets-French dishes remain beautifully presented and full of interesting flavors, such as potato purée with king crab, kohlrabi, and shellfish sauce and barbecued green cabbage. — Fodor's
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European
Oud Noord
7 reviews
In a high-ceilinged former garage—still decorated with a number of classic cars—this large, modern,and convivial restaurant is worth the trek across the IJ River. — Fodor's
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European
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
7 reviews
Zagat reviews are compiled from individual user reviews. Zagat reviews are compiled from individual user reviews. — Zagat
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Mediterranean
De Pijp
7 reviews
This cavernous converted church is usually buzzing with activity long after the market traders have packed up. — Rough Guide
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Mediterranean
Jordaan
6 reviews
This small restaurant has a warm, welcoming ambience and excellent southern Italian food. — Frommer's
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European
Centrum
6 reviews
Diners can choose from à la carte and prix fixe options, all served by "warm" staff with "expert knowledge", and although it's "pricey", fans say it's also "a gem". — Zagat
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European
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
7 reviews
Swans glide by, wee boats bob along on the canals, and, as the light fades, the place becomes a dazzling radiator of cinematic perfection. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
7 reviews
This former garage is now a brasserie awash with red-plush seating and mirrored walls—perfect for local glitterati who like to see and be seen. — Fodor's
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Asian
Oud Zuid
6 reviews
Amsterdam is famed for its Indonesian restaurants, and Blauw is certainly one worth visiting. Order one of its enormous rijsttafels (selection of Indonesian dishes). — DK Eyewitness
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Bakeries
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
6 reviews
It's all about the "huge" and "delicious" pancakes at this circa-1973 Centrum Dutch that offers a "wide variety" of sweet and savory options. — Zagat
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Japanese
Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
5 reviews
A stone’s throw from Vondelpark, this sleek, high-end Asian-Fusion hotspot is known for its extensive menu of small plates, designed for sharing. — Frommer's
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Cafe
Centrum
5 reviews
"One of the world's great cafes," the New York Times called this bohemian, see-and-be-seen grand cafe, where waitstaff wear starched white aprons. — Frommer's
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European
Amsterdam East
5 reviews
Rijsel is an authentic restaurant with a French and Belgian kitchen using pure ingredients. — On the Grid
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European
Red Light District (De Wallen)
7 reviews
The hallmarks of this culinary mainstay are tempting dishes and a wine list likely to inspire long bouts of grateful contemplation in visiting oenophiles. — Time Out
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European
Plantage & the East
5 reviews
The Dutch rediscovery of the Netherlands' bulging larder climaxes at this homey restaurant near the Montelbaanse Tower. — Concierge
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