Discover the ultimate food playground of Amsterdam with 24 restaurants offering over 100 delicious dishes to choose from. Come and create your own dream tasting menu with the most popular bites on Amsterdam food scene. Additionally, you can enjoy several fun foodie feature like tastings, demonstrations and masterclasses; visit the artisan producers at the Gourmet Market; enjoy live music and much more!
What to expect at Taste of Amsterdam?
Choose from over 100 dishes from Amsterdam’s latest, greatest and hottest restaurants who will serve small versions of their signature dishes. Throughout the event, you can enjoy multiple dishes from different participating restaurants. Explore the delicious line-up of the restaurants that joined us in 2018. Team Taste is working on the 2019 edition, but many of then will join us again!
The best restaurants in Amsterdam
Watch world-class chefs cook up a storm in their stands or at the live demonstrations.
Things to do
Get hands on and participate in interactive masterclasses, demonstrations and tastings. Share edible experiences with friends and enjoy the lively festival atmosphere.
Indulge in an array of artisan producers who will be offering festival exclusives and unique products at the Gourmet Market.
Opening hours Taste of Amsterdam 2019:
Friday 31st of May 2019: 12:00 – 23:00
Saturday 1st of June 2019: 12:00 – 23:00
Sunday 2nd of June 2019: 12:00 – 23:00
IMPORTANT: Dogs (and other domestic animals) are NOT allowed at Taste of Amsterdam!
A Brief History
Taste Festivals Around The World
From just one show in London, UK, fifteen years ago, Taste has rapidly grown to become part of the social season for foodies, restaurant-lovers, and chef groupies in 18 different cities around the globe. Wherever it is in the world, Taste represents foodie heaven: stunning food prepared by the city’s greatest restaurants, world famous chefs, superb drinks and outstanding entertainment, all set in stunning outdoor surroundings. “Taste Festivals could make a case for being the first organisations to introduce the concepts of pop ups and small plates” The Wall Street Journal
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