Where to Eat in Amsterdam with a Big Group

Where to Eat in Amsterdam with a Big Group, Amsterdam, Netherlands (B)

You remember I told you I was writing a series of “FAQ posts” about restaurant tips that readers routinely ask me for? Well, to continue the theme, here’s one I made earlier…

Question: I’m coming to Amsterdam with my team from work/extended family/entire friendship group/insert large-sounding amount of people here. Which restaurants can cater for large groups?

Answer: Well, that depends on your budget and which part of town you’re in… But here are some options.

In 2015, I celebrated a wedding at de Kas, which proves just how big a group it can cater (there must have been at least 80-100 guests). De Kas literally translates as “the greenhouse” – which means that a) the restaurant is housed in one, and b) all the ingredients used come from it. Or at least, most of them. The rest come from the surrounding gardens and local farms. Very local, very seasonal, very delicious – just quite expensive.

Lion Noir is the kind of place you’d like to go for a high-class hen (bachelorette) party. Its dark decor features impressively masculine antlers, gothic chandeliers, and clientele wearing (wait for it) dresses and heels! Yes, in Amsterdam. It feels ever so slightly debauched without being seedy. And the cocktails are to die for. The last time I ate there it was the night I celebrated my friend’s engagement with the rest of our girlfriends – ideal. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Where to Eat in Amsterdam with a Big Group
Guide Location: Netherlands » Amsterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Vicky Hampton
Read it on Author's Website: http://www.amsterdamfoodie.nl/2017/eat-amsterdam-big-group/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • De Kas
  • Lion Noir
  • Morgan & Mees
  • Lt. Cornelis
  • Ysbreker
  • Jacobsz
  • Mata Hari
  • Stork
  • Café-Restaurant Amsterdam
  • Dauphine
  • Razmataz
  • Bierfabriek
  • Boca’s
  • Bazar
  • Café Kostverloren

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