You will find Brasserie van Baerle in the center of the Dutch city of Amsterdam close to various museums and the Concertgebouw. Brasserie van Baerle is a modern-classical restaurant with an international profile. An institution for lunch and dinner that is indispensable from Amsterdam. The menu is based on the French cuisine and the compact wine list is highly praised for its level and accessibility.
Brasserie van Baerle in Amsterdam is a well-organized chaos. A perfectly oiled machine is hidden behind the cozy bustle of the restaurant. The promise of the menu matches that what comes out of the kitchen. Guests can count on tasty, high-quality dishes. The people here work with sincere attention, from the reception to the departure. The kitchen produces at a pleasant pace, the glassware is well polished, the wine and cheese are at the right temperature, the music has the right volume and the light has been carefully dosed. Everything is in balance. When you come with a larger group, Brasserie van Baerle offers you the option of "Private Dining".
Brasserie van Baerle is a modern classic restaurant with a contemporary, mostly French brasserie kitchen. Classic dishes are deepened with love and dedication and sometimes given a new look. The compact menu is executed to perfection. Like the poached eggs with salmon or the steak tartare - for that alone, guests keep coming back. In the season there are always oysters, asparagus and lobster. Recurring parts of the menu are terrine de campagne, confit de canard, turbotin, choucroute and boudin noir. And with desserts: tarte tatin, crème brûlée and tarte au citron. Such classics form the foundation of the menu. At its own discretion, the Brasserie adds modern American dishes such as eggs benedict, ceasar salad and crab cakes.
The art is to make seemingly ordinary dishes exclusive. Furthermore, there is always - for lunch and dinner - a changing daily menu in which the passionated chefs can enjoy themselves. A genuine passion for food is the power of the kitchen crew.
Owner and manager Floor van Ede: "A hospitality company must have a soul. For us, that is quality, continuity and attention. For me, the Brasserie is not only a successful concept, I also love the craft itself: the food, the wine "Eating is a basic necessity: people have something to celebrate or process something sad, they make a deal or come up with new plans. It gives me great satisfaction if that happens at our Brasserie."
Van Baerlestraat 158
1071 BG Amsterdam
Monday and Saturday: 5.30 p.m. - 11 p.m.
All other days from 12 a.m. - 11 p.m.