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by Steven Beltjes
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“Tasty food, set inside a lovely place”

It was an real incredible experience. The local fresh and good quality of food was only matched by the quality of service I got. I wish I can keep the flavour in my mouth for ever. Grazie a tutti!
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by estefano onatrac

Tasting note in a nutshell

Ibericus -
a taste of España

a tasteful delicate surprise from Spain in the middle of Amsterdam. A mouth watering break during your day!
Yes, I know I am Dutch and writing about Spanish delicatesse in Amsterdam.
I say slightly different! Of course, I love “kroketten” and “bitterballen”, however if you tasted the delicious “jamón ibérico”, then you know what I mean.
Someone wrote me: “Best ham ever! They have different hams in different prices. Drops finger lickin‘ good and extremely juicy, like butter, but extremely tasteful.
If you like Spanish dried meat on a simple bread. This is the place to go. Nice Spanish vibes included. I’m lovin’t!
Try some different types of Jamón at the butcher or take some slices with you of the Ibérico de bellota to your AirBnb. Just get a taste of this magnificent stuff and you’ll say; “oh wat lekker”, indeed that was Dutch for yummy.
Spain produces an astonishing 40milion hams a year, including excellent varieties of the famous jamón serrano made from the dry-cured legs of the white pig and produced in regions such as Teruel and Trévelez in eastern Spain. 
And as all in Amsterdam, you can reach Iberico easily by bike.
Haarlemmerstraat 93, 1013 EM Amsterdam

Tasting note in a nutshell

Restaurant De Kas

Local Affinity!
The menu tells the story of the garden. Supplemented with some fish or meat, the vegetables play the main role. Harvested from the land in the morning, served in the afternoon. The most beautiful and freshest vegetables, from plant to plate as quickly as possible (…)
The lunch consisted of the following ingredients:
cabbage – mullet – plums – zucchini – vanilla – beurre blanc – plaice – vadouvan – cardamom – endive – samphire
And the result was a taste exploitation in our mouth, local flavours pure! Completed with a fine Pinot Noir Rosé sparkling wine as starter, from the south of the Netherlands and during the lunch itself, we had a delicious Pinot Noir Rosé from Austria.
The service was excellent and informed us perfectly about the ingredients of each course.
During good weather you can sit outside on the terrace with a beautiful view into their garden. And do not forget to take a walk through the garden after your lunch or dinner.
Kamerlingh Onneslaan 3, 1097 DE Amsterdam
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Enjoy international & local flavour pure in Amsterdam, leave the main restaurants and enjoy sustainable food.

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