Learn what a Dutch 'borrel' is and taste traditional, local specialities like Stamppot and Jenever in a typical Amsterdam home with a view of the canal.
About your host, Martine: "My husband Olav and I love cooking and entertaining, and we believe that there are no strangers, just friends we haven't met yet. We decided to sell our well-known French restaurant in Amsterdam and repurposed our passion for hospitality and gastronomy by organizing dining experiences in our own home."
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Jenever & Bites
Sit down and relax. Get to know new friends.
A get together drink (a so called ‘borrel', a shot of Old jenever, often erroneously described as dutch gin, whereas dutch whisky is actually a better comparison)
a selection of typical Dutch appetizers
Soup or Salad
Prepared with fresh seasonal products
from local markets
E.g. A fresh Salad with home smoked fish. A fragrant soup or bouillon with fresh herbs or vegetables.
glass of wine or beer included
Traditional Main Dish / Meat or Fish
Dutch Meat or North Sea fish.
Seasonal dish with veggies and potatoes.
Probably prepared together in a traditional Dutch Fall or Winter Stamppot.
Eat local, seasonal and healthy.
Dutch Food: so many delicious combinations ...
Our mothers taught us how to do it.
Now for you to try!
glass of wine or beer included.
Homemade Dutch Dessert
We use our famous dairy products, and seasonal fruit.
Or bake a pie.
You will love it.
Coffee or tea