Dam Steakhouse / Amsterdam

Damstraat 38 Amsterdam 1012 JM
+31 20 620 1636
€€€€
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 00:00
Description

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average 452 votes
2.8
Tips from the Net @ Dam Steakhouse
Irene Jung Eun Kim en
Relatively great among touristy steak houses GooglePlace - May 2017
PrettyClaws X en
The place was empty, compared to other steakhouses in this street. Now we know why... We both got a bad case of food poisoning. Lukewarm cola, served in a beer glass, bbq sauce was not cold enough, steak was chewy, had to swallow the chunks, because i could not bite it. Small and overprised side dishes. The toilets, which are on the second floor are inacccessible for the elderly and disabled, due to a very small and steep winding stairs. On top of that, the toilets are dirty, smelly, situated too close to the kitchen which is also on the second floor. Hand dryers were defect, towels not provided, so I had to dry my hands with my clothes. Ought to be reported to the health and safety council!!! GooglePlace - May 2017
Razor Snake en
At first, this place seemed to be ok, but the served coke was luke warm served in a beer glass. The maindish was very overpriced and the salad that came with the steak was horrible. The meat on itself was ok for 1/3th the rest was chewy and hard to swallow. The side order of fries was very little. I wasn't sure about the quality of the sause though. After a few minutes I started to feel a bit nauseous so I went to the bathroom, but this was the worst place of the whole restaurant! It was very gross and filthy. On top of it I got sick! It was a very bad accomodation. There was a kitchen close to the bathrooms but it also seemed very dirty. I don't recommend this place in the least. I regret going there! GooglePlace - May 2017
Luciano Colucci en
Proclaims to be argentinian but the owners or the food have nothing to do with the country. Everything is spicy (worst chorizo I ever had) and expensive. GooglePlace - April 2017
Gavin Chilton en
Steak was ok. Not worth the high euro price tag. Venue dirty, we got seated up stairs, not really in part of the restaurant, no soap in wc. Overall very disappointed. Left as quickly as possible, went for a beer and some nice food elsewhere...... Don't waste your time or money......... GooglePlace - February 2017