Former pop up restaurant BAUT of chef Michiel van der Eerde is becoming Restaurant C little by little. C stands for Celsius from warmth to cold. It also stands for approachable, dedicated, quality and service. And it’s permanent!
When I talked to Michiel a while back for his favorite restaurants in Amsterdam, he spoke passionately about a new restaurant concept in Amsterdam that kept him busy. So simple that it would be copied immediately when people knew about it. This was Restaurant C in Amsterdam.
“Take an oyster,” says van der Eerde (in Het Parool). “That can be served raw, but also poached or fried.” They have divided the menu into twenty dishes with a variety of degrees. 20 Degrees are the raw dishes, 80 degrees for slow cooked dishes, 100 for boiled and steamed meals and 200 degrees for the grill and the tempura.
To finish the last minor details of Restaurant C, chef Michiel van der Eerde and his business partner and brother Lucas are looking crowdfunders to help with the last bits and pieces. Want to help them out? Check this out.
I am very curious about Restaurant C’s interior! The new Restaurant C opens in October in Amsterdam. September is used as a trial period.