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Bakers & Roasters is a New Zealand style café served with a heavy dose of Brazil. It’s owned by a Kiwi and a Brazilian.
The open kitchen produces all your favourite brunch dishes, fresh fruit salads, and kiwi-twisted baked goods all day long (till 16h). All their cakes are made in-house and their Ozone coffee is always served as doubles.
If Coffee ain’t your thing they get you going with their vitamin packed juices and old school milkshakes. If you prefer your beverage with a bit more of a kick they serve New Zealand Wine, Local beers & a range of brunch cocktails.
Decorated in a warm and cosy chalet from the French Alps, Bistrot des Alpes proposes a complet Alp experience. The Chef cuisine is inspired by the specialities of the Savoie such as the cheese fondue, raclette cheese melted in a traditional coal, tartiflette and the tradional French cuisine evolving with the seasons.
Their specialties are prepared with products from the Savoie and they work closely with different farms in the Haut-Savoie and artisan buchers.
The also have a rigorous sélection of the best wines from the Savoie. Besides their wines, they propose a large sélection of local Alp apéritifs, beers and digestives.
Café de Jaren is a well-known café among locals. It owes its popularity to the quality of the food and drinks it serves, the nice atmosphere, great hospitality and last but not least the canal-side terrace. Here you have a nice view over the water and you can watch all the boats that come by.
I love to eat here with my family! It is big enough to go eat there with (large) groups. Many people also come there to have drinks at the bar downstairs.
You can also hire rooms here at Café de Jaren for meetings since they have enough rooms to do so. Moreover, you can also hire rooms to give a birthday party or to have an informal reception. Much is possible at Café de Jaren!
At French Connection Paul Mercier ( ex Bridges) and Jef van den Hout (ex Bord'eau) will take you on a tour through France in their own style named 'Tapas a la Francaise'. Choose from a large extended menu or pick a few items, everything is possible. At the French Connection you can have a relaxed and lovely dinner.Read more
In restaurant Moeders, you can eat typical Dutch food. Once you enter you immediately see the photo filled walls (pictures of mothers), and experience a cozy living room. The tables are quite close to each other and everything is a bit messy, but that makes it cozy!
It is always very busy so I recommend to make a reservation.
For over two decades, BUFFET van Odette (Odette’s Buffet) is a famous place for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their beautiful outdoor seating area has a stunning view of the Prinsengracht, and their stylishly decorated dining room is welcoming and cozy.
No matter what time of day you visit Odette’s, you will always find a fine selection of tasty dishes. They serve fish from Frank’s Smokehouse; bread from Hartog’s Bakery; Bocca coffee; and meat, vegetables, and cheeses from De Lindenhoff, a local farm.