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Second, third time here ? no the 5 th time
Good moments there, together with my partner and with friends
Often the same excellent waiter, with humor
The food is always of a good quality , the menu has enough choices
Sometimes a wow factor,...More
Nice gem in Amsterdam with an extremely friendly staff.
The food is just fantastic. Clearly the staff are food aficionados.
Abundance wine list at decent prices.
I highly recommend Caron. No questions asked!
We went to celebrate my dad's 70, with 3 generations (youngest being 3 oldest being 72) and it was lovely. The staff were all very friendly and were very kind to the children. The food was delicious and the wine from the 'little book' was...More
It was our last night in Amsterdam and my husband and I didn’t have a reservation but since it was Sunday, we hoped we could be seated. The charming Zoe welcomed us, took our jackets, and, since there were no free tables, suggested we eat...More
We managed to get the last table tonight, at 18.00, at which time the place was already filling up. A typical brasserie interior, with wooden tables and chairs. The service is informal and easy, and so is the food. Nothing spectacular or flashy. French cuisine,...More
Yeah, (un)fortunately we were given a table next to a window facing the kitchen, so being curious about kitchen work, I kept an eye on things while cooks were preparing plates, etc. Easily I saw two different cooks sucking on their fingers after touching the...More
Monday dinner al fresco in May was a delight. French-inspired Dutch cuisine. Lots of other restaurants not open on Mondays. Had the roast chicken, a house specialty given the number of neighborhood regulars who were dining there. White asparagus with Hollandaise and morels. Didn't get...More
We reserved at table for 2, since the restaurant seems always full. We were promptly seated and it took a while before somebody showed up. After getting advise for wine, we ordered starters and main course. After waiting for more then 49 minutes we asked...More
This cafe feels like home! Very cosy Italian feel cafe. Warm welcome by staff our booked table ready and laid out. Wide selection of wine. Waiters were very knowledgable friendly with a sense of humour. Kitichen is situated such that you can see staff prepare...More
My significant other and I spent a marvelous evening outdoors at cafe Caron—the weather was beautiful—service was perfect —our waiter was very knowledgeable about the wine list —the charcuterie was perfect and the gluten free choices for my partner were excellent as well. 5 star...More
Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll
find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.