In the heart of Amsterdam in two stepped gable buildings in 1614. The restoration has done wonders. everything is taken care of down to the last detail and that is what they notice about the influx of many foreign guests and business people. Yves van der Hoff brings the international style in terms of cuisine, but mainly uses Dutch and regional products. He calls it “the fine Dutch cuisine.” Simple, tasty and fine. especially the total taste picture is striking here. You continue to taste each ingredient individually. The sauces are also of a high standard, as are the cuissons of each dish. This gives a surprising result. This is much more than a tourist restaurant. The wine list is excellent, with items from all over the world. The combinations are without exception of a high level, with filling wines and the rich taste of the dish. Owner and host Jim van der Hoff (father of) is a great enthusiast and you can see that on the wine list. Control and so on here, with a lot of attention for the guests. Quality, location and experience they allay the higher pricing.