Restaurant De Kas
Restaurant De Kas is an old greenhouse that used to belong to Amsterdam Municipal Nursery. Although a bit outside town, absolutely worth a visit. In 2001 the former Michelin-star chef of Vermeer Gert Jan Hageman transformed this glass building into a hip glasshouse restaurant and nursery.
This foodie heaven is situated in Frankendael Park, between the Rembrandt Tower and Watergraafsmeer, and is an oasis of calm.
At Restaurant De Kas they believe that food tastes best when it is prepared using the freshest ingredients, grown and harvested with respect for nature. This unique restaurant has their own greenhouses and garden, where they grow Mediterranean vegetables, herbs and edible flowers.
Dine in style in the dining room designed by Piet Boon where vegetables and herbs are grown on site and daylight shines in from all sides. Reserve a big table for larger groups or book the Garden Room and Greenhouse for special events. In the summer lunch is served outside on the patio in the herb garden.
The plates of food arriving at your table are so exquisitely composed, it almost seems criminal to eat them. But once you try the fresh and pure dishes prepared by executive chef Ronald Kunis, you’ll be glad you did. At Restaurant De Kas they daily serve one menu inspired by the cuisines of the rural Mediterranean, and their wine list offers a selection of about 80 wines.
Good to know: for vegetarians the chef is happy to prepare a special vegetarian menu, and Restaurant De Kas is closed on Sundays.
Truly a culinary adventure!