Asian cuisine restaurants in Amsterdam
While many Asian cultures are represented in Amsterdam's restaurant scene, the most dominant is of course Chinese. Amsterdam's Chinatown, located beside Nieuwmarkt and the Red Light District, contains some of the best examples, but quality Chinese restaurants can be found throughout the city.
Throughout Amsterdam, and especially concentrated around Nieuwmarkt and Chinatown, Thai restaurants offer authentic fare from one of Asia's most well loved culinary traditions. From snackbars to fine dining, the selection of Thai restaurants in Amsterdam is sure to have something for you.
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This well designed small asian cuisine restaurant located just a step from Sarphatipark offers a very tasty, authentic and simple Indian and Nepalese food. The service at ‘Surya’ is kind and attentive, while prices are very accessible. This modern, elegant and very pleasant restaurant is worth a small detour.
Outstanding vegetarian restaurant at the end of the fancy shopping street Utrechtsestraat and within 10 minutes walk from Rembrandtplein. Named after the famous Sikh temple in Amritsar in India, this small asian restaurant serves distinctive, very tasty meals during the lunchtime and in the evening until 9.30 pm. Their food is delicious, the atmosphere informal, their service friendly and unobtrusive, prices very moderate. One of the best vegetarian dining places in town.
Hotel Okura Amsterdam has been regarded as a culinary temple for ages, thanks to its international oriented restaurants, of which most notable are the Ciel Bleu Restaurant and Yamazato, the japanese restaurant.
A short walk from Leidseplein is the elegant asian cuisine restaurant Blue Pepper serving Indonesian cuisines created by their head Chef Sonja. This is not just any Indonesian eatery, Blue Pepper excels in producing a creative menu which much like the interior reflects contemporary ideas as well as traditional.
In a small street behind the Damrak is Sie-Joe, an Indonesian restaurant open for lunch and an early dinner. Though their kitchen is traditional Indonesian cooking, they have a Dutch name which when translated means ‘See-You!’
In the heart of Amsterdam at the foot of the flower market at Muntplein is Sampurna, an Indonesian restaurant established over 20 years ago. Sampurna, meaning the best imaginable creation, has many local and international regular customers returning for many enjoyable lunches and dinners.
In a small street near the famous Westerkerk in the Jordaan is Japanese Pancake World. This quaint asian restaurant serves the 13th century traditional pancakes known as 'Okonomiyaki'. These pancakes derived as a result of rationings in Japan and are therefore regarded as common people food.