French and Belgian cuisine restaurants in Amsterdam
This club restaurant is located in a small street off Dam Square. Split in two, the lower part of the establishment houses the club, whereas the first floor upon entrance is the designated 'supper' area. Reservations recommended.
This French cuisine restaurant is located on the Amstelveenseweg close by the Vondelpark. Its name Bonnes Choses expresses that they serve you with 'delicious things.'
A few minutes walk from Leidseplein is De Herengracht, a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner within an eclectic interior. De Herengracht’s International kitchen caters mouthwatering delicacies served to you at your choice of dining table.
On the edge of the Pijp in town is restaurant Le Hollandais. Established in 1996, the owner, chef and your host, Adrian named the diner Le Hollandais, which means ‘The Dutchman’ after Peter Greenway’s film ‘The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and her Lover.’ Adrian works with a team in his kitchen to serve up French cuisine to your delight.
Nearby Waterlooplein flea market is restaurant Frenzi serving fresh Mediterranean food cooked simply and honestly. Frenzi invite you in to treat you as they would their friends.
Off the main streets of Amsterdam inside Frankendael Park is restaurant De Kas. Literally meaning The Greenhouse, De Kas has a Mediterranean kitchen that prepares a daily menu based on their harvest that morning.
Located within the natural beauties of Amstelpark, is French cuisine restaurant and wine bar Rosarium. Established six years now, the eatery open for lunch and dinner has a French kitchen run by Chef Jaap Wiebenga.
Between two canals in the centre of town is Ship Chandler's Warehouse, a seventeenth century shop where ships came to stock up on provisions. Standing vacant for many years, it has now been restored by its owners Kyra and Menco ten Cate, and is available for private dinner parties. Their French cuisine restaurant is run by renown chef Dave Viersma, who will cater your exquisite five-course meal.
A few seconds walk from Heineken Brewery is Bar Restaurant Simpel, specialising in French cuisine and Mediterranean cuisine.
Close by Centraal Station is Tricky Theater easily reached on foot along the silver pier above the Amstel. Primarily a theater restaurant, their kitchen is best described as French Italian cuisine, for you to relish whilst continually entertained.
Just off the Jordaan’s 9 Streets is Belgian cuisine restaurant Lieve serving delicacies within three different ambiences. Under new management as of 2005, Lieve welcomes you to the lounge whereby you may decide over a drink which experience you want for the night.