Palorma / Amsterdam

Plantage Kerklaan 28HS Amsterdam 1018 TC
Opening Hours
Sun, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 16:00 - 23:00
average 249 votes
Tips from the Net @ Palorma
עופר כהן en
Amazing place! I return to this place every time im in Amsterdam GooglePlace - January 2018
Nathan Steele en
Fantastic service, great food, and good company. Overall amazing. Definitely would go back. GooglePlace - January 2018
Daniel Vogeley en
Really good pizza and an awesome service! Nice place to start the evening! GooglePlace - December 2017
ShiHoo Park en
Been there with our staff and family. Everyone enjoyed the meal. We ordered different kinds of pizza (Spinach, Shoarma, spicy chicken) definitely recommended. Very friendly people. Just make sure you make a call before going inside. GooglePlace - June 2017
Jin en
Don't go this restaurant. The waiter is RACIST. I'm Korean and I study at the University of Amsterdam. This restaurant is really close to the university so my friend and I(both Koreans) visited. As soon as we entered the place, the waiter (looked like he's an immigrant. his English was not great.) told us "it's full. go." However, the place wasn't full AT ALL. There were plenty of seats that we could seat and we were going to go upstairs. He just blocked us to go upstairs and kept saying "Go. Go to the corner" I was so mind blown because of his attitude and asked "Why are you so rude?" and he just shrugged saying "Go." I believe he did this to us because obviously we are foreigners. I also believe the chef is also not different from the waiter as he was just looking at us when we were leaving as if he agrees with the waiter too. Also, another mind-blowing thing was that, when he meant "Go to the corner." he meant go to the Chinese restaurant that is at the corner. Literally the Chinese restaurant's name is the Happy corner and it is at the corner. Seriously, this is what happened to me today and I'm just so pissed off. If you think racism is bad, don't go this restaurant. There are tons of better restaurants in Amsterdam. GooglePlace - March 2017