Photo: Brasserie Bark
True, Amsterdam is not a metropolis like Paris, London or NYC. Exactly that might be what makes Amsterdam so attractive. You can easily walk from one hotspot to another; the theatres and cinemas, bars and clubs are all situated in (or near) the small city centre. There’s so much to do and so little time! And so you can end up hungry long after dinner time. No problem, Amsterdam has many good restaurants that prepare you a great dinner at least until midnight. Some say the bigger the offering of late night restaurants, the more this city will become truly cosmopolitan…
So where to dine, after cinema, theatre, a concert or whatever you have been doing?
Lloyd Hotel, European kitchen in the restaurant of this quaint hotel, in Zeeburg.
Los Pilones, Mexican food, 3 restaurants all in the centre of the city, some say best tequila
De Knijp, in the Concertgebouw area, relevant for a late night supper after the concert
The Butcher, New Zealand Angus beef. Best burger in town according to Time Out. Albert Cuypstraat
Burger bar, several restaurants in center, open till 3 AM
Akbar Indian Restaurant, one of the first Indian restaurants in town, near Leidseplein
Bojo, Indonesian food near Leidseplein
Hotel de Goudfazant not a hotel, but a restaurant, great cuisine in trendy Amsterdam North
Brasserie Bark wide range of seafood and fruites de mer, Concertgebouw area
When you are finally ready to go home you can rely on the public transport, which is quite good in Amsterdam, also during night time. Of course you can take a taxi, or you can walk home. Like I said: almost everything is nearby in Amsterdam.