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Amazing food accompanied with a beautiful set surrounding of artistic elegance. The staff is very friendly and tends to their every customers needs without coming across as too pushy. The courtyard is the best place to be at hot summer days.
This would not have been my first choice in Amsterdam(see other reviews) but i am very please we visited and would certainly return.
The restaurant is on the first floor and its an unusual room (in a nice way ) with a very laid back...More
My husband and I visited this restaurant last night for dinner. Beautiful setting, unfortunately service was probably the worst we've ever had. Upon being giving the menus for dinner it took them 25 minutes to come back to take our drinks order. We were then...More
Recommended by some local friends to try this restaurant and it was a fantastic choice.
They were extremely busy over the New Years holidays and after trying for three days to book they finally had a opening on our 4th day in Amsterdam and they...More
We spent 8 nights in Amsterdam visiting family. This restaurant was recommended by two sources. On Saturday night, November 30, 2019, we went with a party of five, including two local residents. We no sooner sat down when our waiter asked whether we were ready...More
So this place is really magical, a great bar service, and top notch food, I come here every time I am in Amsterdam and, maybe I should diversify even more but this place did cast a spell on me, it's delicious, it's fun, it's original...More
We were taking a break from a day long birthday celebration. Our Dutch friend recommended the Lion Noir. The Maître D made a table for us although we did not have reservations. The staff took very good care of our group of 4. The borrata...More
The space is simply perfectly decorated to give off that dark and brooding European vibe. It is simply perfection.
I went for lunch by myself and sat myself down in what they referred to as the "queen's throne". It was a table with a large...More
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