Dine in a pivoting 1920s bridge, an old pirate TV station, a greenhouse, on a private island or another one of our favorite unique restaurant locations in Amsterdam.
Dine 22 meters above the IJ in an old pirate television tower. REM Eiland offers not only delicious food and an amazing view, but also an interesting glimpse into the history of broadcasting in the Netherlands. READ MORE>>
Le Coq is located in an old pivoting railway bridge from the 1920s. The restaurant is suspended above water and has windows all around. Definitely a unique place to dine, it’s a popup and is open until December 2015. READ MORE>>
This summer take a boat to a private island, enjoy a 4-course meal in a temporary structure with a view over the water and a tiny lighthouse, then boat back to the city. READ MORE>>
For many years the old tram parking structures at Bellamyplein had been left abandoned. While the decaying buildings and surrounding grassy fields had a certain charm, the area just begged for redevelopment. Now you can eat at one of the many delicious restaurants there, or have your pick of tasty snacks in De Foodhallen. READ MORE>>
RESTAURANT DE KAS
De Kas means ‘greenhouse’ which is apropos for a restaurant that focuses on vegetables. The restaurant is also conveniently housed in greenhouses in Frankendael Park that date back to 1926. READ MORE>>
GS BRUNCH BOAT
Enjoy brunch and bloody marys on a historic ‘sjalk’ boat while cruising Amsterdam’s lovely canals. Gs brunch boat runs twice a day on the weekends. You couldn’t ask for a better view. READ MORE>>
CT COFFEE & COCONUTS
The former Ceintuur Theater has been transformed into a relaxed oasis where you can meet up with friends for breakfast, lunch, coffee, drinks and snacks. Comfy seating is scattered on four levels, preserving the theater’s original layout. READ MORE>>
We hope you enjoyed this list of cool and unique places to dine in Amsterdam. Be sure to check back, there are amazing new spots opening each month.