During your stay in Amsterdam a dinner at one of the Amsterdam canals, in a canal house which was built in 1628, situated in the heart of the Jordaan, is almost a ‘must’. The restaurant is situated at the Bloemgracht. Close to the Prinsengracht. The Bloemgracht is part of the Jordaan which was built in the early 17th century. The Jordaan was traditionally a working class Amsterdam neighborhood and famous for its warm, welcoming and easy going atmosphere. It is here that we highlight “Restaurant L’Invité”.
A restaurant with a classic French cuisine combined with the finest Dutch organic products. Dishes prepared with a modern and original twist. The warm, cozy and authentic atmosphere guarantees you a romantic candlelight dinner. For you it will be a fantastic experience to dine in an ‘Old Amsterdam’ way. It was in this neighborhood and on the Bloemgracht that the famous Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn hired a house to give painting lessons to 25 students. For sure it is a great experience to see this historical part of Amsterdam.
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1016 KD Amsterdam
T +31 20 57 02 010
It is walking distance from the Amsterdam Central Station.
From Amsterdam Central Station – line 2 (stop Raadhuisstraat/Dam)
From Amsterdam South Station – line 5 (stop Dam/Paleisstraat)