On the site of the company’s old brewery, the newly renovated attraction let’s you take a self-guided tour that’s tantamount to...
One of the hottest bars in the 'hood, this 'Barcelona in Amsterdam'-themed club is the heartbeat of Marie Heinekenplein. Hang in the...
Chef Grégory covers all the classics at this Parisian-chic bistro, from quiche lorraine to foie gras, snails and steak tartare. Cheeses...
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One of De Pijp's most refined eateries, Mamouche gets serious acclaim for its French-accented North African cuisine. The sleek, minimalist design, with exposed flooring, mottled raw plaster walls and slat-beam ceilings, complements the changing selection of tajine (Moroccan stew), candied duck with sweet potato mash and cinnamon, and couscous dishes such as spicy sea bass and saffron butter.