Extended over six different interconnecting buildings, all exquisitely decorated, Restaurant Haesje Claes in Amsterdam serves up a delicious lunch or dinner in a traditional Dutch setting.
Dutch dining in Amsterdam
Haesje Claes is a typical and authentic Amsterdam restaurant which is situated between the Spui Plein and Dam Square. In 1974, André: Duyves opened Haesje Claes as a small lunchroom which is still known today for its famous meatballs with pepper sauce and brown bean soup. Over the years it's grown to be one of Amsterdam's specialists in Dutch dining.
Spuistraat 275, 1012 VR Amsterdam, Netherlands