Felix Meritis Building
This performing arts centre was built in 1787 by Jacob Otten Husly for Felix Meritis (Latin for 'happiness through achievement'), a...
This quirky museum, a 23m-long sailing barge from 1914, offers a good sense of how gezellig (cosy) life can be on the water. The actual...
Amsterdam's centre for arts, culture and science puts on innovative modern theatre, music and dance, as well as talks on politics,...
Hein loves to cook, and it shows in her simple, stylish, sky-lit cafe. Media types, doing business over brunch, comment that she has a...
Keizersgracht 312 · interesting places nearby
De Struisvogel information
This former kitchen to some large canal houses is in the basement and offers good value. It doesn't serve the bird (struisvogel means 'ostrich'), but it does have a nightly rotating menu with French-inspired choices like veal tongue stewed in white wine followed by red mullet in prawn bisque and crème caramel for dessert. Book ahead.