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Rijks Restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam is famous! Well known for her ‘Gallery of Honour’, with Rembrandt’s famous De Nachtwacht (Night watch) and many other paintings of Dutch Masters from ‘the Golden Century’, like Johannes Vermeer, Jan Steen and Frans Hals. But did you know there is Michelin starred restaurant, just next door? So, next time you book your museum tickets, make sure you book here for lunch or dinner! We recently had lunch here, and today I will show you how it was…

Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsCrispy Japanese leaf with aperitif.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsAnd barbecued corn. Delicious and beautiful.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsWhat a stylish, pretty interior.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsSmall amuse bouche: currant bun with old cheese and spicy tomato.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsBread and butter…
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsRijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsStarter: North sea crab tart with white fish and a broth.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
In between dish: Celeriac ‘from spit’; with sauce of Chinata (smoked paprika), oyster, barbecued aioli and clover.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsHake fillet with ‘Opperdoezer’ potato and roasted mussel mayonnaise.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsMain: Ginger glazed sweetbread, rice, Malaysian peanut sauce, crackling
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsMain: Roasted pheasant breast with cumin, fresh oxheart cabbage and fermented oxheart cabbage.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsCheese: Thinly sliced farmer’s cheese with crispy bread and herbs.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsBanoffee; peanut, salted caramel and banana.
Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands Rijks restaurant, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Wine and finger licking food on a boring cloudy day = HAPPINESS !

The Facts

Rijks is open 7 days a week, for lunch and dinner. Click here for the current seasonal menu, together with more information about the restaurant, and to make an online reservation.

*Note: I have not been asked, paid or invited to write about Rijks restaurant in Amsterdam. All images are mine, made with a Canon EOS M3 camera, or iPhone. 

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