Amsterdam

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European
Amsterdam East
10 reviews
The concept is simple but exacting: raise your own boutique produce in an attached greenhouse ... then put it all together in a five-course prix-fixe, you-get-what-we'€™re-serving menu. — Gayot
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European
Oud Noord
8 reviews
Goudfazant serves just-caught oysters and king crab in a vast hanger lit by a canoe-shaped chandelier with the odd vintage car parked about the place. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Asian
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
9 reviews
This landmark Indonesian restaurant has managed to maintain their standards over the years as newcomers try to surpass it in the rice and rendang stakes. Don’t skip the desserts. — Insight Guides
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European
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
8 reviews
The emphasis at this matte-black citadel of Zen is grazing on small plates of food, tapas-style. — Frommer's
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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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European
Vondelpark
5 reviews
The menu is made of 25 no-nonsense back-to-basics mains at €15 each. — Time Out
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Centrum
7 reviews
'The Five Flies' achieves a rich Golden Age vibe - it even has a Rembrandt room, with etchings - but also works as a purveyor of over-the-top kitsch. — Time Out
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European
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
8 reviews
In warm weather the canal-side tables at the head of the Herengracht are an aphrodisiac, and the sumptuous art nouveau interior provides the perfect backdrop for superb French- and Italian-inspired dishes. — Lonely Planet
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Mediterranean
De Pijp
8 reviews
This "spacious" bi-level African–Middle Eastern combines "stunning" "kitsch" decor like hanging lanterns and colorful tapestries with "reasonably priced" "flavorful" fare. — Zagat
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Japanese
De Pijp
8 reviews
At Yamazato, expect a delicious meal: classic, Michelin-starred kaiseki cuisine, served in a traditional Japanese setting by kimono-wearing waitresses. — Travel + Leisure
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European
Plantage & the East
6 reviews
A cosy, busy restaurant that serves up Dutch staples with a modern twist. — Rough Guide
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Asian
Oud Zuid
6 reviews
Located a bit off the beaten track on the other end of Vondelpark sits Blauw, reputedly—many believe—the best rice table (rijstaffel) in town. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
Jordaan
7 reviews
In the heart of Amsterdam's most authentic neighborhood is this true-blue Florentine trattoria, one that is a perennial favorite with professionals and media types. — Fodor's
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European
Red Light District (De Wallen)
6 reviews
The way chef Christopher Naylor combines tastes, textures, and temperatures is masterful. — Fodor's
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European
Jordaan
7 reviews
The restaurant serves set multi-course menus; wine pairings are available — Condé Nast Traveler
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Italian
Oud West
5 reviews
Inside De Hallen, this glorious international food hall has 21 stands surrounding an airy open-plan eating area. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Centrum
5 reviews
Open only for breakfast, lunch and a full-blown high tea, Gartine is a testament to slow food served up by a friendly couple who grow their own veg and herbs in a greenhouse. — Time Out
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European
Canal Ring (Grachtengordel)
7 reviews
Chef Dennis Kuipers presents contemporary French cuisine, featuring signature dishes such as roasted langoustines with knuckle of veal. — Gayot
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European
Red Light District (De Wallen)
8 reviews
One of the Red Light District’s best-kept secrets is this stylish restaurant hidden at the end of a tiny alley. — DK Eyewitness
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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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