For the feeling of a small French bistro, stop by Rue de Sévres in Bos en Lommer for breakfast, lunch or aperitif. [closed]
Rue de Sévres
Enjoy an aperitif and some charcuterie and cheese in the afternoon, or stop by for lunch and enjoy a salad, quiche or hearty sandwich. Rue also serves breakfast including croissants and wentelteefjes, or visit on the weekend for fresh crepes. Meals are served with Laguiole cutlery for that extra French flair.
Mijoux, the owner of the lovely Rue de Sévres, is half French and brings a touch of Paris to Amsterdam.
The cafe is airy and charming with a lovely old cabinet acting as countertop and pretty murals decorating the walls. Check out their small back garden with the fanciful tire swing for the kiddies.
Rue is also home to Chef’s Podium, a wonderful dinner concept. A reasonably priced 3-course menu is prepared by a different chef each night from seasonal ingredients. Be sure to check it out!
Rue de Sèvres
Jan van Galenstraat 92, Amsterdam