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CLOSED >> The Dutch Co. Amsterdam

17 October 2013

UPDATE (21st of December, 2015). The Dutch Co. has closed. Luckily you can now visit Volt, Dim Sum Now or the Blendbar.

All day cosy cafe The Dutch Co. Amsterdam

I love the NY style brasseries like Pastis and Reynard’s. So I’m very happy with The Dutch Co. Amsterdam at De Pijp. This place has an international vibe with the cosy atmosphere of a typical brown cafe. Think a classic mix of wood, tiles and a bright look and feel. I had lunch there with my friend Meike and we both had the feeling being in New York. There are different parts of the restaurant perfect for every time of the day. The evening restaurant has green tiles and gave me an art deco feeling. Very cool!


The menu at The Dutch Co Amsterdam

At The Dutch Co. Amsterdam you’re welcome from breakfast till lunch till dinner. There’s even a small after midnight snack menu at The Dutch Co. Amsterdam. The menu is delicious and classic with everything from sandwiches to steak frites. We tried the chicken soup and the classic chicken sandwich. Both delicious!



After my visit with Meike I just had to go back to The Dutch Co to take my boyfriend out for dinner! I had a delicious entrecote and as a starter the steak tartare. Both very good! You find this great new restaurant at the Frans Halsstraat!


The Dutch Co. Amsterdam

Address: Frans Halsstraat 76, Amsterdam
Neighbourhood: Amsterdam Old South, De Pijp
Price level: moderate
Perfect for: all day good quality food


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Anne de Buck