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Restaurant Vermeer

DutchAmsterdam.nl — Restaurant Vermeer is one of Amsterdam’s finest gourmet restaurants.

Winner of several international rewards, in reviews its French dishes are frequently described by diners as ‘superb.’

The restaurant in located within the NH Barbizon Palace Hotel just across from Amsterdam Central Station.

The hotel consists of nineteen 17th-century houses and a 15th-century chapel.

Restaurant Vermeer itself is situated in four of the monumental buildings, each with a luxurious 17th century Dutch decor complete with beamed ceilings, brass chandeliers, and marble-tiled floors. Painter Johannes Vermeer — himself born and raised in an inn — would likely have felt right at home.

This is a pricey restaurant with an average menu price of €80.

The wine list consists of more than 300 wines, and the restaurant’s sommelier — ‘passionate,’ ‘knowledgeable’ and ‘accommodating’ according to reviewers — will gladly assist you in your choice.

You can expect top-quality fine dining in a quiet and elegant ambiance with service to match.

Vermeer also serves lunch.

Private parties can be accommodated.

Address and Information

Restaurant Vermeer
Prins Hendrikkade 59-72
1012 AD Amsterdam

Tel: 020 – 556 4885 [Amsterdam phone info]
Fax: 020 – 624 3353
Email: vermeer@nh-hotels.com
Website: http://www.restaurantvermeer.nl/

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Last updated: Sunday, July 31, 2011 at 8:13 AM, Central European Time (CET)   
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