The Venice of the North and the glimmering lights of the holiday season. Nothing is more perfect for you than to dine at The Duchess Amsterdam. The restaurant itself is inspired by the magnificence of the Belle Époque with its dark marble columns and stained glass windows which lend it a classical historical look.
The restaurant was formerly the KAS Bank in W Hotel Amsterdam. Customers upon visiting experience the traditional London reception with a pinch of Viennese splendor. Its royal vibes will, without a doubt leave your experience worthwhile.
The Duchess Amsterdam combines the tastes of Southern France and Italy known as the Nouveau-Niçoise Cuisine.
The Molteni Kitchen, an astounding centerpiece with all its cuisine is sure to catch your eye. The menu offers simple yet classic dishes including Fruits de Mer platters, grill specialties, ice-cream coupes, and rotisserie for you to savor!
The Restaurant’s Marble Bar Is Strikingly Dazzling.
The cocktails and punches are an elegant mix and match of classic French and Savoy Aperitif. Moreover, many refreshments reflect the long lost times of the twenties and the thirties.
The Tea Room is for its customers to enjoy the exclusive Mariage Frères tea and champagne from around the globe which complement the exquisite food and the mouthwatering desserts. Also, what is tea without sweets by the side? The delicate macaroons, èclaires, truffles, and cotton candies will fulfill your sweet tooth. Describing it, The Duchess Amsterdam Tea Room sounds like Mad Hatter’s tea party in Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland. Complete with the clitter clatter of the teapots and the teacups!
With a beautiful balance between elegance and class, the restaurant’s atmosphere is peaceful conjunction of a royal past and the brisk present enriching the presence of life. With the holiday season just around the corner, the restaurant also deals with Christmas pastry boxes to give your Christmas a twist of royal delicacies. Therefore, it is a must if you are visiting the capital of the Netherlands.
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