The dining scene in Amsterdam has changed dramatically in the last decade. In the wake of the bistronomy movements that overtook Paris and London, a new generation of chefs have opened restaurants in the Dutch capital, challenging diners with creative, vegetable-forward cooking; reinventing classic Dutch specialties; and pairing dishes with natural wines.
On the latest roundup of Amsterdam’s essential restaurants, you will find timeless favorites and luxury options, but this map also reflects the ways Amsterdam’s dining scene has come of age with innovative restaurants like Choux, BAK, Daalder, De Kas, Bar Alt, and Café Modern. It features restaurants all over town, including in lesser-known parts of Amsterdam, and some great bars to explore Amsterdam’s craft beer scene. Many of the best places to eat in Amsterdam today are wonderfully casual spots where you can experience modern Dutch cuisine in relatively affordable, multicourse set menus, making this culinary revolution delightfully accessible to locals and visitors.
Editor’s Note: Eater is not updating international maps at this time given disruptions to global travel during the COVID-19 crisis.
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