The One-Minute Cheat Sheet to Amsterdam’s Top Restaurants
As London's acclaim grows as a restaurant city, globalization and people's interest in ingredients has meant that smaller European cities have been taking their place as culinary destinations and hubs of innovation as well. In a new series, Bloomberg Reserve's Peter Elliot takes a whirlwind food tour to find the best places to eat right now.
High up in the cozy eves of a warehouse looking out over the harbor, this restaurant's Dutch cuisine is natural, delicious and not too fussy. Don't miss the exceptional wine list.
A world-class kitchen in the middle of extensive greenhouses make this one of the best choices year-round. Well situated for tourists and business.
A bustling, fun modernist bistro where almost everything is prepared using the techniques of molecular gastronomy, minus the overserious nonsense. Possibly the best burger in Europe.
It's claim to fame is a Josper oven, which when used right, both bakes and grills food—a worthwhile gimmick which does wonders to steak and fish. Comfortable seats, a view over the gardens, and a great private room make this the business-spot of choice.
The tradition of the Rijsttafel—a buffet of Dutch and Indonesian inflected dishes—can be cumbersome. Here it's simplified. Try the pumpkin and paprika soup.
From the January issue of Bloomberg Reserve, a Bloomberg Briefs publication.