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The bridge was designed by Berlage and is decorated with a bridge house on the city side, with a ceramic artwork on it facing the water, designed by Hildo Krop. Nice enough bridge, historically significant, was almost blown up by the resistance at the end of WW2 to hinder the German army retreating.
It was a nice experience to be able to enter this house and saw the architecture inside. We visited the house when there was a preparation of a wedding party. We didn't have a chance to go to the second floor. It's such a nice place for a party. It has a beautiful garden.
We were recommended De Kas by a friend who comes to Amsterdam regularly and we were so glad we booked a table - lovely restaurant in a beautiful green house - great and friendly service and food was outstanding.
We had oysters to start - Thai style - they were delicious!Mainly vegetarian with some fish and great wine
"Relaxed atmosphere but highly professional chef and service"
reviewed 5 days ago by A7842DKeva
Don't be folled by the very simple decoration, more country-style bistrot than fashionable. There is a menu with a number of servings that can vary depending on how hungry you are. The choice is limited but the food is very creative, beautifully presented, and perfectly served. A great place to go back to.
Beautiful hotel, I absolutely fell in love with the decoration of the ‘Lobby’. Where you can sit to have a drink, or have some food. Located near the train station. The staff is very friendly! Would definitely recommend.
Very friendly and helpful staff who looked after me during a short-notice visit to see a sick family member. Good selection of beers at the bar. While not located downtown, still pretty convenient and within a reachable walk of the beautiful Amstel Canal with lots of great neighbourhood (non-tourist) cafes, bars and restaurants.