Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum is the setting for lively brasserie Rijks, opened in 2014 with chef Joris Bijdendijk at the helm. The contemporary dining room boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, with marble-clad islands allowing diners to watch the young kitchen brigade in action. Bijdendijk’s menus champion heritage Dutch produce – Zeeland oysters, dry-aged duck from a local farm, Simmentaler rib-eye – and adhere to ‘Slow Food’ ethics. The ‘Rijkstable’ tasting menu offers six signature dishes, with an optional wine package that is well worth exploring.

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Museumstraat 2, Museum Quarter, Amsterdam, 1071 XX

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