Este establecimiento puede llamarse ahora Bord'Eau Restaurant Gastronomique.
Cierra pronto: 22:30
$$$$ Price range per person 63-140 €
Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2-14, Amsterdam
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Cómo llegar al restaurante Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2-14, 1012 CP
Amsterdam, Holanda Septentrional, Países Bajos

Bord'Eau está muy cerca de Statue Vrouwe Fortuna. Su cocina francesa ofrece en este restaurante unas recetas auténticas. Es una estupenda idea pedir unos famosos aperitivos, un generoso caviar y un perfectamente elaborado pato. Merece la pena visitar Bord'Eau solo por sus atrayentes helados, su singular tarta y sus delicados donuts beignets.

La carta de vinos es muy variada, para que todos los clientes encuentren alguno que se ajuste a su gusto. Empieza tu comida con un excelente café espresso, un sensacional o un magnífico chocolate caliente. Muchos comensales aseguran que el personal es extraordinario. Su divino servicio es un bien conocido añadido. Por la comida te van a cobrar unos precios interesantes. En este lugar podrás disfrutar de su excepcional decoración y de una encantadora atmósfera. Es un restaurante con una estrella Michelin, un premio que normalmente se otorga por ofrecer propuestas deliciosas.

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Very nice overall ambiance, I love that it's right on the canal and fortunately my husband and I were seated at the window. We did the full meal (I believe 7 courses total) and it took ~4 hours. The servings were very small (as expected) but surprisingly we were so stuffed at the end. At first couple of courses we talked about having to go to Mcdonalds afterwards because we didn't think we'd get full :p Presentation was amazing and staff was wonderful. Of the 7 courses, I felt like I was mind blown at about 75% of them. Some dishes were meh, while other were very good which is why I didn't give a perfect 5 stars. It was a nice experience, but for the I'm not sure. I've had amazing meals without having to cough up 300+ euros.
Simply put: this was one of the best meals of my life. The restaurant is located in a very bougie hotel, but the atmosphere wasn't as stuffy as you would think. The food was certainly very serious though, and well thought out. Our server was amazing at pacing, suggesting wines, describing the dishes and every aspect of the wines, and was a pleasure to have around. Every course was well executed, and well-seasoned, and seemingly had influences of down-home cooking (rather than being only art that you eat). They weren't afraid to let the fish speak for itself, and subtly add in some acid, but then turn to the salt, developed stocks, and the butter for the heavier dishes that packed flavorful punches. Some of the highlights: * The tasting menu came out of the gates swinging, with raw Hamachi w/ a red pepper foam and raw octopus w/ horseradish and a squid ink cracker. I've never tasted the flavors of a red pepper in such an elegant way, it was quite surprising. And I've never had the combination of octopus and horseradish, which was quite delightful; it tasted like the ocean, in the cleanest and freshest way possible. * The turbot was expertly cooked, and the well-developed broth was a delightful addition (not to mention the truffles). * We added the tenderloin entrée into our tasting menu, since there was a large group of us, and I'm so glad we did, as it might have been the best dish. Everything was full of flavor, and cooked properly. Not to mention, who wouldn't enjoy the combination of tenderloin/foie gras/truffle? The star really might have been the jus, which had so much bone/meat flavor; I could've drank it by the glass. * Both the cheese cart and the chocolate cart were great experiences. The cheese mongerer provided an amazing selection of a few tastings, based on our palettes. * The dessert rose was also a showstopper. One of the people I dined with legitimately didn't realize it wasn't an actual rose haha. For the quantity that we ate and drank alone, this was worth the price, but considering how extraordinary the food was (and the service, for that matter), this place is an absolute steal. The only reason they don't have multiple Michelin stars is most likely due to their refusal to be overly fusty. It's refreshing to experience a Michelin place that still sticks to the roots of cooking (flavor). I would rate this 6 Yelp stars, if I could.
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Nieuwe Doelenstraat 2-14, Amsterdam, Holanda Septentrional, Países Bajos, 1012 CP
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MartesMar 18:30-22:30
MiércolesMié 18:30-22:30
JuevesJue 18:30-22:30
ViernesVie 18:30-22:30
SábadoSáb 18:30-22:30
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