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Michelin Star

* 212 Restaurant

Fewer rules, more adventure. During lunch and dinner, former Michelin chef Richard van Oostenbrugge and Thomas Groot rid high-end food of all avoidable etiquettes. Creating a gastronomic spectacle and their dream restaurant. Amsterdam’s first no-table-restaurant. 212.

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* Sinne – Mediterranean

“We offer delicious dishes with a classic french character and a modern twist from the mediterranean and asian kitchen. Suprising sensations and high quality on your plate. We also offer a unique winless with plenty wines by the glass. All ingredients for a night out.”

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* Sazanka – Japanese Teppanyaki

Teppanyaki Restaurant Sazanka offers you an extensive menu that changes every season. Compose your own dinner with our à la carte menu, or choose one of our set menus ranging from 5 or 6 courses. Whether your preference is meat, fish or vegetarian, the teppan-chef will take your personal wishes into account.

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* Yamazato – Japanese

amazato Restaurant at Hotel Okura Amsterdam serves the authentic Japanese haute cuisine called kaiseki ryori. In addition to the à la carte menu and the sushi menu, Yamazato serves two different kaiseki menus: Aoi kaiseki and Icho kaiseki.

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* Bord’Eau – International/French

Experience our contemporary translation of elegant and classic fine dining complemented by exquisite wines within the world of ‘Original Amsterdam Luxury’.  Executive Chef Bas van Kranen selects the best natural ingredients and presents these in its purest form. By using innovative techniques, he brings true and characteristic flavours to another level.  With a strong sense

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* La Lastage – French

Trained in the classical French kitchen, but with his roots deeply embedded in the Northern Dutch countryside soil. The name of the neighbourhood Lastage, which is a archaic Dutch word with a French twist, seems to be fitted to the kitchen style of chef Rogier van Dam. The kitchen leans towards tradition and simplicity without

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* Vermeer – French

A multi-course, chef’s choice option for local European fare in a serene, sophisticated environment. Vermeer Amsterdam is the restaurant of 1* Michelin Chef Chris Naylor. In the kitchen of Vermeer, Chris experiments with the products that he receives from local farmers daily. This results in robust dishes with pure and clean flavours.

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* Vinkeles – French

Restaurant Vinkeles is a unique destination in the heart of Amsterdam. The intimate and historic setting offers the perfect ambiance to enjoy refined dishes. Upscale modern French cuisine served in an atmospheric former 1700s bakery at the hip Dylan Hotel.

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** & moshik – International

In 2012 Moshik Roth joined forces with entrepreneur and service specialist Salem Samhoud. Salem was inspired by Moshik’s innovative ideas on food and his drive to share his gastronomy. Their gastronomical adventure started in August 2012: &samhoud places. We believe that good food is a way of making the world a better place. To reach

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** Ciel Bleu – French

Ciel Bleu holds two Michelin stars for its international cuisine led by chefs Onno Kokmeijer and Arjan Speelman. You are presented with an unsurpassable panoramic view of the Amsterdam skyline on the 23rd floor of Hotel Okura Amsterdam. We believe in ‘Guestronomy’; gastronomy, with a strong focus towards our guests. Attentive, amiable staff are on

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