Before you know it another restaurant opened its doors in Amsterdam! To keep up with this insane pace of new restaurants opening, I thought let’s do another “New in town” post within STORY154’s 10 Best section so everybody is up to date again:
Guts & Glory from my two favorite chefs Guillaume and Freek is now open for a month! And business goes well.. This six months the chefs will serve delicious dishes with chicken (haute bird that is). Note to self: I need to go asap! Read more about Guts & Glory here >
EnSuite is the new pop-up venue of Razmataz on the Hugo de Grootplein (near Hugo’s and YamYam). They will organize different kinds of events, check their schedule here. The first ‘Salty Sunday’ was a big hit – I can tell you (see photo above)!
Morgan & Mees took a while to open, but now they are and it’s really busy! Just around the corner from the previous tip EnSuite. Go here for a nice lunch or dinner with a bunch of friends. Read more about Morgan & Mees here >
Frits in De Baarsjes makes sure that everyone in this neighbourhood is hooked up with tasty and juicy burgers that you can rinse away with one of the 11 draft beers! Frits is just your new best friend ;)
Nevel opened a few months ago! Chef Ricardo van Ede works with seasonal produce only from land or water. One rough kitchen! And where possible they make everything themselves from the chutneys to the terrines and pickled vegetables. Read more about NEVEL here >
Chef’s Podium is an restaurant in the evening only on Thursday, Friday and Saturday’s. With every day another chef! Be surprised with a fixed menu with seasonal ingredients.. Check out STORY154’s review about Chef’s Podium >
Ellis Gourmet Burger Amsterdam gave everyone free burgers last week! What an opening that was, there was a line outside. I tried the burgers and although they are not homemade, they are really good to satisfy your burger craving or wash away your hangover.
Crazy Kreeft, also a pop-up venue in the old Café De Pijp, has lobsters, surf ‘n turf with burgers, tournedos or with rib-eye. It’s a hillbilly styled restaurant with sand on the floor but prepare to some yummy lobster!
My Little Patisserie is open for a while now, but hasn’t been mentioned on STORY154. As I am a huge fan of Petit Gâteau, therefore I should really try My Little Patisserie soon! Owner Audrey is specialized in choux, éclair, mille-feuilles and other creamy pastries. Sounds too good to be true ;)