A stunning organic restaurant set in the city's old municipal greenhouse. It's set menu is excellent and all the more tasty with the knowledge that most of the ingredients are grown on site. Ingredients are literally home-grown.
Stowed in a large greenhouse, with its glass ceilings and use of many candles, this beautiful restaurant is one of my favourites.
Expect a set menu consisting of three small appetisers, a main course and a desert; all determined by what's fresh or in season at the time. The ingredients used come from the restaurant's own greenhouse or from happy farms. When it's hot outside, reserve a seat on the wonderful terrace.
Also open for lunch, except on Saturdays. Closed on Sunday.
Favorite Dish: Dishes are determined by what's fresh or in season at the time. Whatever you get, it´s always very good.
I have not explored this restaurant yet, but I saw a very interesting documentary on the German television.
Restaurant de Kas is housed in the former Amsterdam Municipal Nursery greenhouse build in 1926.
In 2001, top chef Gert Jan Hageman, who had earned a Michelin star in Dutch haute cuisine rebuilded the greenhouse located at the Frankendael Park into a Greenery/Restaurant.
The daily menu depends on the vegetables and herbs that can be harvested in the Greenery.
Monday to Friday: 12AM - 2PM & 6.30PM - 10PM
Saturday: 6.30PM - 10PM
Closed on Sundays.
Favorite Dish: Fresh vegetables.