Three Sisters, Amsterdam

4.5 out of 5 stars 6 Reviews

Rembrandtplein 17 - 1017 CT Amsterdam +31-20-6263346

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    Three Sisters Amsterdam: A very nice spot at the Leidseplein

    by jss1018 Updated Mar 3, 2007

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    Three Sisters Amsterdam

    We ate lunch at this restaurant/bar one day when visiting the Leidseplein area, the Three Sisters Amsterdam. Really nice interior with a lot of wood, tasteful decorations, and a classy yet laid-back atmosphere. Very comfortable place with a nice seating arrangement that allows for more privacy than many Amsterdam restaurants, and more spacious as well. Small seating areas near the entrance, with some welcome heat on a cold day, that allowed for people-watching while having lunch. The main areas on into the restaurant are quite nice. I read somewhere that there's a killer steakhouse section upstairs, but we never made it that far.

    Friendlier staff and service than at some places we visited. Dinner is served, also. We could picture how great it would be in the Summer months, with assumed outdoor cafe style seating, and just a stone's throw from the main plaza of the Leidseplein and the American Hotel. Highly recommended based on our one visit. We would have gone back, but other areas of the city beckoned. Be aware that there is more than one Amsterdam restaurant with "Sisters" in the name, and can be a bit confusing if doing a search.

    Favorite Dish: Only ate a light lunch there the one day, very good Tostis (grilled sandwiches) and cold beer.

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    Taste of Amsterdam: Foodfestivalweekend in june

    by dila Updated Mar 20, 2012

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    Update I went in 2011 later in the year didnot like it much. You pay just for the entrance and still need to be in long lines to buy some food. So if you want to taste luxery food for a big price (still cheaper then in the restaurant i guess) and have the patience to stand in a line for it then go.

    In 2011 it will be 23-24 june its a 4 days festival in the Amstelpark so for the people who stay near the Rai this is perfect.
    Other years it was on
    24-27 june 2010
    25-28 june 2009
    so think it is save to say that is about the last weekend of june or the weekend before.
    I will try if i can go there this year but with so many different and good named restaurants i think it will be good.

    On iamsterdam site it says this restaurants will join in 2011
    Restaurant Eau de Vie, Restaurant Elkaar, Restaurant Fifteen, Restaurant Het Bosch, Julius Smart Bites, Restaurant Lute, MOMO Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, Ron Blaauw Restaurant, Restaurant Sophia, Restaurant Vis aan de Schelde.

    Favorite Dish: Tickets 2010 not sure what the prices are this year
    Standard Admission:
    € 15,- (presale)
    Tickets are € 17,50 at the entrance

    Premium Ticket:
    € 32,50 (including € 20,- of Taste Florins)
    These tickets are only available prior to the event, not at the door

    VIP Ticket:
    € 65 (including € 25,- of Taste Florins, entry to the event through the VIP lane, access to the Star lounge with live music, glass of champagne in the Star bar, exclusive seat areas and Taste goodie) Available on Saturday and Sunday only

    These tickets are only available prior to the event, not at the door

    Kids Tickets:
    € 7,50 (presale and at the entrance)
    From 6- 12 years olds

    Taste currency
    Florins are the official currency of Taste of Amsterdam which you use to buy signature dishes from the restaurants and beverages at predetermined prices, ranging from € 3,75 to € 8,75 (incl. VAT). One Florin is worth € 1,25.
    I think most are famous restaurants so the prices are expensive but cheaper then normal

    it is at the Amstelpark between Europaboulevard and Amstel. The main entrance is located on the Europaboulevard opposite the AJ Ernststraat. Some free parking near van Nijerodeweg area (from 1-1-2012 you need to pay here too)

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    Three Sisters: Three Sisters at the Rembrandt square

    by pieter_jan_v Written Mar 3, 2014

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    Three Sisters Pub - Amsterdam

    The Three Sisters is a well known Pub at the Rembrandtplein square at Amsterdam.

    Inside are 18 TV-screen with sport games.

    Live DJ's on Friday- and Saturday nights.

    Business hours:
    Mo-We: 10AM - 1AM
    Th: 10AM - 2AM
    Fr-Sa: 10AM - 3AM
    Su: 10AM - 1AM

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    Three Sisters Pub: Escaping from the rain

    by Carino Written Nov 22, 2005

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    taken from kroegpagina.nl

    We escaped from the rain and landed up in Three Sisters Pub. It looks very nice inside and we were lucky to get a table right next to the window. Therefore we could do our favorite thing: people watching!

    Favorite Dish: For the first time I tried Kwekkeboom Kroketten. Still I have no idea what the stuff inside the kroketten, but they were excellent! Prices: Heineken Medium for ? 2.50, Murphy's Stout (1/2 pint) for ? 2.75 and the Kroketten for ? 7.00.

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    Het Leydste Herberghe

    by DrewV Written Aug 24, 2002

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    Het Leydste Herberghe
    This isn't a restaurant at all -- It's one of the countless brown cafes that fill the city: great old taverns for good beer, pub food, and socializing. We stopped in at the Herberghe (on Leidseplein) and my companions, being hungry as well as thirsty, ordered an apple pie to tide them over. Well, friends, that apple pie was the best I've ever tasted. The whole 'Dutch Apple' thing is completely true! Wow! We went back the next day and ordered it again. Plus, if the weather's nice, they have tables outside on the square.

    Favorite Dish: Apple Pie

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    Het Paleis: Front row to the Jordaan

    by steedappeal Updated Feb 9, 2012

    This is my favorite cafe in all of Amsterdam. Its traditional Jordaan location nearby to the Univeristy is balanced by its updated decor. There is a terrific mix of students, locals and assorted others. I never fail to meet or make great conversation here. What a relaxing place! Great outdoor seating in the warming months. Fair prices and very delicious food. Order a Kopstoot and perchance to dream. Just watching the light filter into this wonderful space is reason enough to visit (January 2012)

    Favorite Dish: Kopstoot as well as soups and salads. Very good Sunday brunchy options, too.

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