De Kas / Amsterdam

Kamerlingh Onneslaan 3 Amsterdam 1097 DE
+31204624562
€€€
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 12:00 - 14:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:30 - 22:00
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Critic Reviews @ De Kas
De Kas
De Kas The Dutch answer to Dan Barber's Blue Hill at Stone Barns in New York or Alice Waters's Chez Panisse in Berkeley, De Kas is the culinary love child... ... continue unlike
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Tom Donlea en
I went here for a Tuesday evening meal as part of a group of five. Its a beautiful restaurant, and the idea to grow their vegetables there is a really interesting one. I'm not vegetarian/vegan, but I was thoroughly impressed by the food. For the main course, you actually get a vegan/fish/meat option. Each course was really flavoursome and interesting. Everyone in our group loved it actually, and we also thought the service was top-notch. I would certainly go back. GooglePlace - October 2017
Eric Aili en
Magnificent food, but the service could definitely have been better. We had a late lunch reservation, and got a high standard welcome with the maitre d helping us with our jackets. After being led to the table we were left to our own to interpret the menu. The amazing food arrived as it should, but the waiters continuously forgot our wine pairing and had to be reminded. When other guests left, we felt rushed as the waiters worked to clean tables. All in all the, it was a reasonable priced fine dining experience. GooglePlace - October 2017
Marie Jérôme en
Even if I usually am not a big fan of vegetables, I was completely conquered. The place, the service, and the mood were fantastic, but the food was the peak of this evening. We will certainly come back to discover another delightful menu. GooglePlace - October 2017
Marlon Mehr en
We went to De Kas a year ago and loved it; the food and service was top notch and they easily accommodated us with vegetarian options on a fixed menu. We went back again (9/17) and the food wasn't as good (new chefs now) and we found hair in two of our dishes, the one in my dish was short, gray, and curly. Needless to say it was a bit gross. My issue with them is that even though the chefs and or manager was notified, we didn't receive so much as an apology. Never going back now...too expensive for this kind of experience, and plenty of other great alternatives in Amsterdam! GooglePlace - September 2017
behindtheeyes en
I would rate it between 3 and 4 stars because the ambience is really nice. But it does not worth the price you pay, Euro 55 for 5 courses. The gin&tonic is really well done however all dishes are soaked up in very heavy or salty sauce without wow elements which you expect one or two for this price. Celery cream was used in 2 dishes plus as the amuse. I wonder if they made too much and had to finish it that evening. I do not feel the anything special about the vegetable though it is claimed to be bio. The restaurant marketing is self grown. You'd better believe it looking at the size of the green house. In the 5 courses menu, only the last course is meat (sliced duck) and the first course is smoked Mackerel. All the rest are vegetarian. I am not against it but for this price range, beetroot was served as one course. Comparing to other restaurants with the same price range with mostly fish and meat menu, this predominantly vegetarian menu does not stand out. I wish I could have said "refreshing" but this is not the case at all due to heavy dressings! Unless you get so excited about dining in a green house, there are better places. GooglePlace - September 2017