Named after the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, Taiko Amsterdam used to be a music school. In the old days, as you strolled along the Paulus Potterstraat, you could hear the students doing their drum solos on the location where the restaurant, now stands.
Taiko Amsterdam is an award-winning restaurant at the Conservatorium hotel. Executive Chef Schilo van Coevorden brought it to life and glory. He showed honor to the amazing flavors and textures from all across the Far East through his Modern-Asian styled dishes. With an international atmosphere, it is a casual restaurant just around the corner from the hotel in Amsterdam where Schilo has his roots.
Taiko Amsterdam Is An Authentic Asian Gastronomy In Amsterdam.
With Asia in his heart and French education under his belt, he specialized in Japanese, Sushi, Asian, and Fusion. As a result, Taiko and Tune Bar were his fruit of creativity. The Chef and his team of professionals from China and Japan make sure that the products are fresh and pure so the food can be exciting and mouth-watering.
All the ingredients are imported straight from India this without a doubt, makes Taiko the restaurant for modern Asian cuisine in Amsterdam. Also, Schilo takes his customers on a food trip like discovering Asia by a bullet train.
Each Dish Reflects the Story of a Country.
Its dishes are delicate and sometimes explosive. The Omakase dinner is indeed worth the try. The Tofu skin along with the scallops and the Wagyu beef are the highlights. What’s more the food pairs with the wine perfectly! The level of culinary creativity will surprise you. Moreover, you can choose what you want from the à la carte menu.
Their staff is professional and kind. They are attentive and always guide the guest with the right advice for what flavors they need for their food. Moreover, the eatery promises a wonderful experience to its customers!
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