In the historic heart of Amsterdam, built between two canals, you will find this private dinner location. The stately building dates from the 17th century, when the Netherlands was a powerful country. The building still breathes the magical atmosphere of this Golden Age.
At this location, Michiel de Ruyter and other major Dutch captains made their purchases before embarking on a long, dangerous sea journeys. The painter Rembrandt van Rijn was a regular visitor. He was impressed to see the afternoon light falling through the many small windows. This dinner location has been around for two decades now; a very special location for groups to enjoy haute cuisine in a historic setting. This special location is within walking distance of Central Station and the Oosterdok parking garage.