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European
Amsterdam East
13 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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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
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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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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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Japanese
Museum Quarter (Museumkwartier)
5 reviews
7
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European
Jordaan
6 reviews
Fans would "sell their soul" to eat ... in the heart of the Jordaan, where the prix fixes feature "exciting", "delicious" dishes. — Zagat
7
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European
Noordelijke IJ-oevers
5 reviews
This restaurant/bar/beach club is very family friendly, but keep in mind that it’s also home to Amsterdam’s biggest disco ball. That means on Friday and Saturday nights, things can get pretty heated. — On the Grid
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Asian
De Pijp
5 reviews
In the heart of Amsterdam's small but growing Chinatown, Nam Kee has a long interior with few obvious graces and little in the way of decor. — Frommer's
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