Lion Noir

Lion Noir opened its doors to the public in 2010. Located on the happening street the reguliers-dwarstraat 28, Lion Noir will offers lunch, cocktails, and fine cuisine. Lion Noir is a collaboration between tCasper Reinders , Mr Yen and Serge Rijn. Its interior – designed by architect Thijs Murre – offers a unique, warm and homelike atmosphere.


On the ground floor of the Hotel Okura Amsterdam, you’ll find Yamazato Restaurant offering authentic Japanese cuisine. The restaurant introduced the traditional haute cuisine of Japan — kaiseki ryori — partly influenced by the ritual of the Japanese tea ceremony. The typically Japanese ambience at Yamazato is further enhanced by impeccable service.


In 2001, Chef Gert Jan Hageman found a new direction for his career when he converted the glass Municipal Nursery building into a restaurant and nursery. Situated in Frankendael ParkDe Kas, the restaurant is an oasis of calm. Weather permitting; sit outside in the herb garden.


Karin Gaasterland and Alain Parry converted this former blacksmith shop into a warm, welcoming restaurant. With an open kitchen at its heart, the restaurant’s menu is whimsical and inventive. Sit on the terrace or sidewalk tables for a three-course menu, as you enjoy people watching.


Located in the former chapel of the St Nicolaas Monastery, what first strikes you upon entering is As’ welcoming and warm atmosphere. The organic menu changes seasonally, and is re-interpreted daily, with an emphasis on Mediterranean cuisine. The service is excellent and the food original.

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