Six Great Places to Dine Out When You're in Amsterdam
By Boris Baravi
Amsterdam's Six Finest Places To Eat
Amsterdam offers a hot time to visitors. It provides hot hotels, hot entertainment, and hot places to eat in plenty. The fine restaurant hot spots that serve good food and great atmosphere are everywhere. So, while in Amsterdam, take a look at six of the hottest places to taste the best cuisine.
Beddingtons. This is a restaurant that exemplifies the leisurely fine dining experience. The restaurant does require reservations, and you are in for a comfortable evening in a great atmosphere. Do not eat at Beddingtons if you are in a hurry. The food is prepared under the direction of the proprietor, Jean Beddington, and is a blend of British, Italian, French, Indian, and Japanese. One of the finest examples of fusion dining anywhere.
Cafe Roux offers fine French dining in a more casual atmosphere. The Cafe has a fabulous location overlooking a beautifully situated canal and thus offers great value to its patrons. This a la carte restaurant is a part of the Grand Amsterdam hotel. It is located on the ground floor of the hotel, but also has its own private street entrance. Here again, the proprietor, Albert Roux, personally supervised all of the traditional French preparations which are as delightfully perfect as at a "brasserie"
Segugio. A great place for delicious Italian. The restaurant has an open layout that feels larger than it really is. You can get the regular market dishes, but that would be a waste, considering that the restaurant offers a variety of Venetian specialties that are sometimes hard to find in other places.
Dynasty offers a taste of the Orient in the middle of Amsterdam. It overlooks the beautiful canal house garden that adds to the pleasure of eating. It offers a variety of Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese dishes in large portions.
Kaiko is an authentic sushi bar frequented by Japanese on business in Amsterdam. Located near the Okura hotel, it caters especially to Japanese visitors. One can watch the cook prepare the food for a wonderful sushi experience. Kaiko offers some delicious sake and arguably the best sushi in town.
Duende is located in the section of Amsterdam known as the Jordaan. This tapas bar offers delicious Spanish food in a lively atmosphere. Duende, like all the other Hispanic restaurants is reasonably priced. It provides Flamenco music for the pleasure of the guests. This restaurant includes a studio in the back where Spanish dance and Spanish music classes are held.
Whatever your tastes, you are sure to find something to satisfy them in Amsterdam. You are likely to find a fine eating spot whichever part of the city you find yourself in. This city is known for its openness and ethnic blend which adds to the richness and varieties of its restaurants.
About The Author
Boris Baravi is the chief writer for, and editor of Amsterdam FAQ, it's one of the webs most up to date Amsterdam sites, why not sign up for the free Amsterdam newsletter. Want to read more Amsterdam articles?, just go to: http://www.amsterdamfaq.com/articles