Thursday 21 December 2017

11 x eateries in the nine streets!

De 9 Straatjes (9 little streets) are well known for the great possibilities for lunch and diner. From modern to chic, jazzy and pure dutch! And from affordable menu to stylish diner!


JANSZ. serves beautifully crafted modern classics with an easy going Dutch attitude. A new old world of simple elegance, is closer than you think.

Reestraat 8 – (020) 5235282 –

NOOCH combines the tradition and refinement of the Asian cuisine with the buzz of a stylish contemporary decor. It captures the essence of the Asian cuisine and presents among others an array of jet-fresh sushi and delicious noodle plates.

Reestraat 11 – (020) 6222105 –

BUSSIA at the corner with Prinsengracht stands for fine Italian cuisine. They serve a daily fresh lunch menu which changes every week. All of the dishes are prepared with daily fresh products. Bussia also offers two private diningrooms.

Reestraat 28 – (020) 6278794 –


PURNA brings the flavour and essence of India to Amsterdam. In this Indian restaurant you can get to know the real India. From an authentic curry to a typical tandoori. Everything by the original recipe.

Hartenstraat 29 – (020) 6236772 –

KAGETSU is a small Japanese place including a sushibar. Why should Japanese food be expensive, they wondered. So the concept is high quality food for a reasonable price and good service.

Hartenstraat 17 – (020) 427 38 28 –


BRIX is a unique bar/restaurant with a fabulous lunch and a perfectly balanced menu. Surrounded by an inspiring interior, friendly people and jazzy tunes you can spend the whole day wining, dining and socializing. With live jazz on sundays and mondays.

Wolvenstraat 16 – (020) 6390351 –

LIBERTINE is a place for locals and wanderers alike! Libertine Café Café serves European food in a splendid surrounding. From morning till evening.

Wolvenstraat 24 – (020) 214 9660 –


DE STRUISVOGEL is located in a typical canalhouse basement. It is small but nice. They only work with organic or free range meat and serve a 3 course menu for 23,50. So great food, mostly french style, for a great price.

Keizersgracht 312 – (020) 423 38 17 –

‘T ZWAANTJE still keeps its original charm, with an interior almost unchanged since 1973. The chefs have put together a menu that serves a mix of Dutch and international food. Tip: don’t miss the Dutch shrimp cocktail or the stewing steak by traditional Dutch recipe.

Berenstraat 12 – (020) 6232373 –


DE DOFFER is a timeless brown cafe where you’ll feel right at home. To cut it short: no frills. And it’s open longer than other cafes daily. Its offers a tasty bite. The specials of the day and also the salad, entrecote and saté are realy popular.

Runstraat 12-14 – (020) 6226686 –