Moeders (= Dutch for mothers) opened in 1990. The owner asked all his guests to bring a plate, glass and cutlery during the opening. With all those different plates, wine glasses and cutlery the wooden tables in the restaurant are still set today. At the same time, Moeders started collecting pictures of mothers. Today, 30 years since the opening, the walls in the restaurant are filled with hundreds of framed and unframed pictures along with antique pans, plates and biscuit tins. All together an informal, cosy and homey place where everybody feels welcome...from the local neighbour till the businessman from abroad.
Moeders is known for several Dutch specialities. If you want to enjoy a typical Dutch treat they serve a Dutch rice dish. You don't get any rice, but all little bits and pieces of traditional Dutch home cooking. And for those who don't want to enjoy all of this, there are plenty of other things to chose from the extensive, international menu.
Rozengracht 251, 1016 SX Amsterdam, Netherlands