Michelin star chef Jacob Jan Boerma is part of Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky’s The White Room! His three star restaurant in the middle of our country isn’t ideally located for visitors of Amsterdam. Now you – as a visitor of Amsterdam – can enjoy his gastronomical talent!
Open since 1885
The oldest restaurant of Amsterdam opened in 1885, back then it was known as the White Ballroom. From a rich historical ballroom to a modern White Room. The authentic style of the ballroom with beautiful wall panels, paintings and ornaments has remained in combination with a clean and modern interior with A LOT of whites. The interior of The White Room is unique, has a palace feel to it: as if you are dining at The Hermitage but still waiting for Sisi, Cinderella and Napoleon.
Want to know more about good restaurants inside hotels? Check it out!
With an all white canvas Boerma has the perfect plate for his adventurous culinary ideas! He follows cosmopolitan influences while respecting the beautiful ingredients from the Netherlands. Honest and pure cuisine is what he stands for. Boerma’s food always contains all the sensory capabilities of taste: sour, bitter, fresh, sweet. Plus a combination of textures. In a sophisticated and accessible style.
Now you can enjoy a wild dinner at The White Room. On the menu you’ll find partridge, venison and duck amongst others. Finish with their hazelnut dessert with a sherry on the side and your evening is complete.
If you love to step into a cosmopolitan world and the palace like ambiance, then you should definitely try out The White Room! From the palace like interior and ambiance to Damsquare and its traffic and tourists. This couldn’t be more wide spread! I had an amazing Cinderella moment at The White Room and came back to my pumpkin when I landed back on Damsquare.
The White Room