dec 1, 2017 – jan 14, 2018: experience some typical dutch matters & habits in 5 or 7 courses

hi … do you have 10 seconds?
what are the 1st things that cross your mind when you think of the netherlands.
 
no doubt that you associate this small country with windmills, tulips, cheese, bicycles, clogs, van gogh, rijksmuseum, and …. you probably did not forget our infamous  amsterdam red light district and “coffeeshops”.
 
with the eat’inspiration “typical dutch?” we invite you to discover more about several other  but just as iconic dutch matters and habits together with the typical dutch flavours of the holiday season.

the practical details

  • menus + price tag
    • REGULAR eat’inspiration typical dutch?
    • POSH eat’inspiration typical dutch?
    • VIP or UBER POSH eat’inspiration typical dutch?
      • € 97,50 per person
      • welcome cocktail, sneak peek + topping, 7 courses, a spoom, personal tour through the storage room (food art gallery), a booklet or another surprise, excl. additional drinks.
  • period + opening hours.
    • period 
      • nov 30, 2017 – jan 14, 2018
      • not on new year’s eve, as we present on this date our one day only eating special “2017 – 2018”.
    • opening hours from november 16th, 2017
      • thu-fri-sat : 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. 
      • sun: 1 p.m. – 10 p.m.
    • outside opening hours
      • only open for groups of at least 15 persons
  • reservations only. to avoid food waste + disappointments (limited seats).
    • send us a reservation request (name, number of persons, preferred arrival time, any dietary wishes, phone number)
  • payment.
    • we accept credit cards (visa, master), dutch bank card, and cash.
  • more info.
    • if you need additional information you can contact us by phone: +31 (0) 6 54 64 65 76

food problems/dietary wishes

  • we invite you to share any allergies, dietary restrictions or wishes at least 1 days in advance. so it is possible for us to tailor our menu.

choice of ingredients

  • besides taste and inspirational concept at least 2 of the following criteria also provide for our choice of ingredients, products, and suppliers: animal welfare, small-scale or organic farming, fair trade, direct trade, season, distance, and personal health.
 

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