these are our favourite spots to eat burrata in amsterdam
We love burrata… It doesn’t matter what the nice restaurant hotspots have on their menu. If they have burrata, we will al-ways order this. Without exceptions! Need a reminder of what burrata is? Only the best mozzarella with cream that you have ever tasted! It literally means “buttery” in Italian, and that is quite accurate. Burrata just melts on your tongue. It’s really tasty with fresh tomato and basil… But we also dig more surprising combinations. It’s just so good! What are our favourite spots to eat burrata? To find out, check out our blog with 5 x burrata in Amsterdam!
CARTER BAR & KITCHEN >> BURRATA IN AMSTERDAM
Carter Bar & Kitchen in Amsterdam Old South has been decorated beautifully with retro furniture and cool art on the wall. The burrata is served as a sharing platter here. Looks amazing, right? The burrata already tastes amazing on its own, but is accompanied by baby spinach, spinach pie, pear and honey balsamic dressing, which makes it even better. Must try! After that, you get the moules-frites, with surprising sauces. What about passion fruit mayonaise? Very special!
Read our blog about Carter Bar & Kitchen here >>
eddy spaghetti >> burrata in amsterdam
Eddy Spaghetti is a cosy restaurant in Amsterdam East, where you can have a lovely meal for not too much money. For starters, you of course have the burrata, because wow, that tastes amazing here. It comes with fresh tomato salsa, balsamic syrup and a slice of homemade focaccia. Yum! If you’re stomach isn’t full of the burrata yet, then you can also order some extra burrata with fresh basil with your spicy pasta arrabiata. Enjoy!
Ready our blog about Eddy Spaghetti here >>
americano bar & kitchen >> burrata in amsterdam
Americano Bar & Kitchen is a New York style Italian restaurant at the Amstel, in the middle of the lovely Pijp. And yes, next to beautiful Italian dishes like pasta and lobster, of course they have burrata here. With watermelon! So refreshing, so good.
Read our blog about Americano Bar & Kitchen here >>
san george >> burrata in amsterdam
The decoration of San George in the city centre is very stylish. Colours green and blue run the show here. At San George they serve your burrata traditionally, with fresh tomato and basil. Sometimes we just love traditional! You’re not finished yet after the burrata, because the fresh tagliatelle with truffle and parmesan is also too good to be true. Enjoy!
Read our blog about San George here >>
koevoet >> burrata in amsterdam
Koevoet is a super cute and cosy restaurant, hidden between de nice streets of the Jordaan. This used to be a typical Dutch brown cafe, and the interior still has that vibe and feel. The menu has changed though! You won’t find any bitterballen or meatballs on the menu. Instead, you can expect classic dishes from the Italian kitchen. The burrata tastes like more here, but we keep some room left for the lovely raviolis of course.
Read our blog about Koevoet here >>
Have we activated your appetite yet? Then call your friends immediately to enjoy a great dish of burrata in Amsterdam. Enjoy your meal!
Anne de Buck
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