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A chef at the height of his creativity, such as Schilo Van Coevorden, doesn’t simply want to seduce. He wants to enchant every sense with the beauty, flavour, aroma and texture of his wonderful dishes.

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Established in 1998 and recent winner of Singha Beer Benelux’s Best Thai Award, this Red Light District restaurant remains one of your best bets for true Thai food in town, with local specialities from Chiang Mai, Isaan, Phuket and Bangkok – with an authentic interior to match. Whether you stop by for a bowl of …

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A moment of Zen in Amsterdam. This traditional restaurant serves the finest and tastiest small dishes of Kaiseki cuisine. Chef Masanori Tomikawa offers a pleasant introduction to Japanese local culture and culinary delights. Yamazato was the first Kaiseki restaurant outside of Japan to be included in the top of the Michelin Guide. The establishment – …

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Izakaya is one of the best Japanese restaurants in town. It’s often busy at the state-of-the-art bar; mingle with the attractive crowd and drink a nice cocktail. At the restaurant they take Japanese dining to the next level! Izakaya – A culinary experience in Amsterdam Izakaya is a truly culinary hotspot in Amsterdam. They are …

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Recently revamped in soothing shades of green, this stylish panAsian refuge in the 9 streets district delicately fuses modern Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Indonesian and Thai cuisines in creations such as Peking duck ramen, deep-fried yuki sushi with salmon, surimi and avocado, and yuzu sgroppino. For lunch, there’s chicken teriyaki on Burgundian corn bread, Thai beef …

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Tulsi Restaurant

In multiculti De Pijp, you’ll find this sophisticated Indian restaurant with its authentic starters, fragrant curries, tandoori grill dishes and a wide variety of vegetarian options, including a 3-course vegetarian menu for only €23.00! With over 20 years’ experience, the chefs here know how to balance those all-important hot, sour, salty and sweet flavours. Curries …

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