The Pantry, honouring Dutch culinary traditions

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The Pantry, honouring Dutch culinary traditions

Let yourself be tempted by the atmosphere and generous cooking at The Pantry, nestled on a lively little street in the Leidseplein.

The first word that comes to mind to describe this traditional Dutch restaurant is "nice". Nice for its homey atmosphere and meals prepared entirely in their kitchens. The cuisine of this neighbourhood establishment does not seek to be refined, just traditional and good. The Dutch dishes are typical, with mashed potatoes, sausages, sauerkraut and meatballs. Enjoy a beef stew served with red cabbage and mash potatoes, or marinated pork ribs with delicious homemade French fries.

Inside, the small dining room is decorated with museum-worthy paintings and a collection of vintage plates. Harking back to the Golden Age, the décor undeniably contributes to the unique atmosphere. The owner manages her restaurant with an overflowing vitality and generosity. The Pantry is quite popular among travellers, as it strives to maintain an intimate atmosphere and excellent value with a high-quality level.

The Pantry
Leidsekruisstraat 21
1017 RE Amsterdam

+31 (0)20 620 0922

Menu: around 21.50 EUR