Brasserie Van Baerle
Started as the most successful breakfast and lunch restaurant in the city, Brasserie van Baerle is now a household name in Amsterdam: a culinary “institute” with the profile of a “modern classic”.
The compact lunch and dinner menu consist of both classic dishes from the – predominantly French – brasserie cuisine and innovative contemporary dishes (also veg & vegan), in which we distinguish the trends from the hypes. During the season there are always oysters, asparagus and lobster.
In addition to À la carte menu, there is a varying 3-course menu for both lunch and dinner. Awarded a BIB Gourmand every year by Michelin since 2010.
Brasserie van Baerle has also always distinguished itself with a high-quality but surveyable wine list of “Old World” wines, predominantly French. This wine list has received several awards for its quality, accessibility and wine / food advice. Grootspraak, the restaurant guide for wine lovers, has ranked Brasserie van Baerle among the best “wine restaurants” in Amsterdam for years.
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Sunday brunch with the entire family? A business lunch with associates from abroad? An editorial meeting with drinks and light fare? A graduation reception with fellow students, an intimate light dinner with concert going friends after the performance? All are possible in the spacious, elegantly furnished multifunctional room above the Brasserie van Baerle restaurant.
Our upstairs room is reserved by companies for board meetings, year-end dinners, New Year’s receptions and brainstorming sessions; by social and cultural organisations and universities for book presentations, literary award judging-committees, and farewell receptions; by private parties for dinners to celebrate promotions, reunions, and wedding and birthday celebrations.
Normally the room can accommodate up to 80 people for standing receptions, and up to 45 people for seated events (lunches and dinners). Unfortunately the number of people is seriously limited during the Corona period and the safety rules that must be followed.