Restaurant ‘Greetje’ in Amsterdam is traditional cooking, fresh ingredients, friendly service and a typical Dutch cosy setting. Here you can eat wonderful dishes from honest, local ingredients.
Restaurant Greetje was officially opened by Mrs.Greetje Loven Op ‘t Root (born in 1927) on October 1st 2005 in one of the most beautiful districts. This is the old centre of Amsterdam. The restaurant is established in a monumental building on the Peperstraat 23 with a fabulous view overlooking the Montelbaanse Tower. Restaurant Greetje stands for an evening of old-fashioned friendly dining.
Click on the following link to get an impression of the restaurant: Video Restaurant Greetje
Forgotten Dutch traditional meals and French kitchen classics are being brought back to the restaurant by Greetje’s chefs for your enjoyment. For example a grilled sandwich of Frysian sugar bread with home-style duck liver pâté and apple syrup or ragout of Limburgian monastery pork with a mélange of mushrooms, a red wine sauce and deep fried parsley? Click here to see Greetje’s menu.
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