You want to impress someone with a meal in Amsterdam, here are our TWO suggestions to wow them both by taste and concepts.
You have been to Amsterdam, have seen the Anne Frank House, cruised the Canals, smoked at Bull Dog and now whaaat?
Precinct 5 Amsterdam is the latest venture by Patta and is home to popular stores like Stussy and Enplus, among other international big names. As a clothing brand, Stussy has created a niche for itself as an iconic label bringing out the best in street and music subcultures.
Fifteen Amsterdam continues the great Jamie Oliver legacy of taking a group of disadvantaged youths each year and educating them towards a career in culinary expertise.
Jumping on board the environmentally sustainable train, De Kas offers a green dining experience of the most organic kind, catering to health buffs and food fanatics alike.
In Amsterdam’s food and restaurant industry, Bert van der Leden, Douwe Werkman and Rob Wagemans are a household name. These gentlemen got together to create a restaurant and hospitality conglomerate called IQ Creative which is associated with the best Supperclubs around the world.
Witteveen was a household name in the 70s and 80s and served as a meeting place for people of diverse backgrounds and age groups. It was redeveloped by IQ Creative in 2009, to relive it’s old relevance and make it a place where people come to meet friends, hang out, lounge, rest and play, right in the midst of the obvious – eating and drinking.
An absolute must see for art students, collectors or anyone with an appreciation for creative flair, Droog is an original design store founded in 1993 by curator and author Renny Ramaker.
Trip advisor traveller’s choice award 2010 – Trendiest hotel in the world A cheap and trendy airport hotel for the modern traveler — that…
“A philosophical hotel” This unique hotel is housed in authentic 19th century buildings, superbly located in a quiet area next to the Vondelpark. Sandton…
How about living in a pile of houses? The Inntel Hotel in Zaandam, Netherlands is exactly that. With at 40meter tall 11 storey building…
If you ever set out to Finding Netherland(s) you’d discover more than you can keep in that treasure trove. There’s more to the country than rich cheese, bright wooden clogs and four-handed windmills.