At Spirit you serve yourself. Our buffet offers a variety of fifty different breakfast, lunch or dinner dishes, juices and patisserie to choose from.
Hearty food made with patience and love the way Mediterranean mamas and chef Simo know how to.
The go-to place for no-fuss quality fish. Sustainable and affordable too. In a hurry – head to the take-away counter. Got time to enjoy your meal?
Open from Tuesday to Saturday 18:00-22:00 the DS, housed in an open workshop space of De School offers 3, 5 or 7 course dinners.
Lloyd Restaurant has a dynamic, bustling atmosphere catering to hotel guests, those living in the neighbourhood, artists and business people alike.
Bakhuys is a traditional bakery in the centre of Amsterdam where organic bread is baked in the wood-stoked oven from 7am til 7pm daily.
In this hip, affordable city-centre hotel, STOCK is a cute, illustration-lined café offering all-day breakfasts made with organic produce, alongside a menu of salads, soups and sandwiches, plus pas
From the people behind cool bar/club Disco Dolly, this pastoral venture is hidden among the trees on a former city farm dating back to 1702. Eat in the picnic garden or the cosy old c
This good-value hotel in an old Royal Dutch Navy officers’ mess features a bright, attractive bar/restaurant with a fireplace and panorama of the Eastern Dock.
Located nearby Amsterdam Public Library, and across from NEMO science museum, this fun café boasts fantastic views of the water.
Nestled in the city’s 19th century pleasure gardens, this elegant but informal conservatory restaurant is flanked by old sycamore trees, which are lit with lanterns for a romantic atmosphere. In t
A hip Scandinavian-meets-Japanese looking café which takes influences from across the world: expect craft beers from London's Crate Brewery, loose leaf teas from Brooklyn's Bellocq Tea Atelier, and
In a picturesque street in the city centre, this relaxed spot is inspired by the Parisian ‘neo-bistro’ trend, which is all about affordable and high quality food.
This Amsterdam East staple, named improbably after an industrial town in Lille, occupies an old domestic science school.
Pieter Smits opened this sibling to his Amsterdam East hit Rijsel in summer 2016.
Opposite the Oosterpark, this attractive beer garden makes full use of its scenic location, with a standout terrace full of communal benches.
Not in fact a hotel, but the city’s original trendsetting warehouse restaurant, located in a former garage in North Amsterdam.
Hipster hub Amsterdam East added another desirable destination to its ranks in August 2016, with the arrival of the third branch of this tasty pasta chain.