Two of our favorite places that were closed temporarily are now back and another one unfortunately has closed down. So I thought I’d write a brief post to update you on the latest development.
First of all, Restaurant Marius, one of our Best Amsterdam Restaurants, has reopened in its former location. Marius was closed from late May to late September. Plans for moving to a larger venue fell through due to issues with permits, so Marius will continue to do its magic from the charming Barentszstraat locale.
In other good news, Lovefood, one of our Best Amsterdam Brunches, has returned. They are now operating on a monthly schedule, every first Sunday of the month. You can get the details on their Facebook page. Make sure you do get a reservation. It’s very busy due to the monthly schedule and several good reviews.
You win some, you lose some, they say. And unfortunately this appears to be true as we just received an email letting us know that The Man Who Cuts the Meat has closed down. Executive chef Chris van der Kuil has moved to Saigon, Vietnam, and is now working on Flow.
2 thoughts on “Amsterdam Restaurant News”
according to their website, the lovefood brunch does not take reservations except for groups. And I read on facebook, that octeber 3rd, the wait was 90 minutes.. so going early might be the best policy!
You’re right, Klary. They have a no reservation policy and showing up early is the best plan.
Next lovefood is November 14th, 11am – 3pm at Vlaming Prinsengracht 193.
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