Dine amongst lantern-lit sycamore trees and flamingoes at this elegant conservatory restaurant on Amsterdam's beautiful Artisplein.
Located at the historic heart of Amsterdam's 19th-century pleasure gardens, this relatively recent addition to the city's dining scene restaurant offers a well-balanced combination of refined sophistication and breezy informality in one of Amsterdam's most delightful settings.
A unique restaurant in Amsterdam
The venue includes a modern cafe and a conservatory restaurant flanked by old sycamore trees, which makes for a magical atmosphere by day and night. In the summer, the doors can be opened and diners can soak up the views from the wonderful terrace. The menu, created by Koen van Brunschot (formerly of Hotel Goudfazant) is both modern and traditional, influenced by the rich cultures of Southern Europe, North Africa and the Levant region.
Plantage Kerklaan 36, 1018 CZ Amsterdam, Netherlands