Wolf Atelier / Amsterdam

Westerdokplein 20 Amsterdam 1013 AZ
+31 20 344 6428
Opening Hours
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 12:00 - 15:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 01:00

In his newly-refurbished Wolf Atelier, chef Michael Wolf strives to offer his guests the perfect afternoon or evening out. According to Michael, it's not only the food that creates the experience, but it's the combination with atmosphere, cocktails, music and last but not least the service. Michael, originally from Austria, earned his stripes at restaurants such as Sergio Herman's Oud Sluis*** and Vila Joya**. After that he was responsible for restaurant Envy for 4 years. In his own restaurant, he creates new, exciting dishes on a daily basis, hence the name Atelier. These dishes have to be as impressive as the location. A beautiful glass building that rests on a 1920 industrial railroad-bridge nearby Amsterdam Central Station. Tartar-ia Prinz Wolf Because of the success of the TARTAR-IA during lunch. It has moved to its own location on the canals (Prinsengracht 411). Here you can enjoy several tartars in all sorts and sizes. Together with a fine selection of bites, beautiful wines, champagnes and cocktails it is a dream come true for all tartar fans.

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Tips from the Net @ Wolf Atelier
Rain Storms en
Excellent service, food was outstanding in taste and presentation. Foursquare - April 2018
Charlie Boyes en
Really good food, nice staff and a great atmosphere. GooglePlace - March 2018
M S en
Don't order the vegetarian option! The location is great and after wonderful times at the Tartaria on the Prinsengracht, we had high hopes for the 'real deal'. The staff took 45 minutes before bringing menu cards (in between I had to order drinks at the bar as they were nowhere to be seen; still didn't get the hint). We opted for the 5 course set menu and decided to try both the vegetarian and non-vegetarian version (priced the same). The slow service aside, the vegetarian version was such a deception compared to its non-veg counterpart. While the first and second dish were reasonable but not very exciting, the third (5 rolled up slices of raw rettich and 3 fried potato buttons) and fourth (roasted beetroot cubes measuring 1x1cm on a quartered baby carrot) were quite a deception. According to the menu the desserts were supposed to be different, but we received exactly the same canele with a lot of banana flavors to complementing it on the plate. At this point we were happy that we had reached the end and were yearning to go home after having spent the great deal of the evening waiting (5 hours (!)). We'd say skip the Atelier, go to the Tartaria instead for an evening of fun and good value for money. GooglePlace - March 2018
Matthew Kennan en
Wolf atelier is an amazing find. The location is away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre but close enough for a romantic stroll. One there you get a great view of the harbour. Inside the restaurant has an excellent t atmaospher with excellent and knowlagable staff who will advise on accompanying wine and they know the dishes well. The food is excellent well balance and expertly crafted to give a gastronomic experience. Well worth a visit GooglePlace - January 2018
Bram Inklaar en
We tried the 15 ‘course’ appetizer menu which was brilliant. Some nice surprise dishes in there. Staff’s very relaxed, casual and friendly. Location is great too! Foursquare - January 2018