Fodor's Expert Review De Kas
Situated in a 1926-built former municipal greenhouse is a lovely, modern, and light-filled restaurant (you're surrounded by glass) serving Mediterranean-influenced food. Wim de Beer and Jos Timmer took over the menu in 2018, changing the focus to include more freshly grown vegetables, often from the restaurant's own greenhouses and garden, though the restaurant is not strictly vegetarian because both meat and fish are served. The daily changing prix-fixe dinner menu, with dishes chosen by the chef (vegetarians can be accommodated), always consists of five or six dishes (lunch is three or four).The wine selection is delightful, and they do a wonderful job with pairings.
Kamerlingh Onneslaan 3
Amsterdam, North Holland 1097 DE, Netherlands
- Fresh ingredients "picked in the morning, served in the afternoon"
- Daily changing vegetable-forward menus
- A beautiful and airy glass building and delightful garden terrace