Newest restaurants in Amsterdam

Newest restaurants in Amsterdam

Best restaurants that opened their doors in 2020

Looking for the newest restaurants in Amsterdam? Fantastic restaurants open every day in the capital Amsterdam. Because we love to make lists, here we select the best new restaurants, where you can sit down for a fantastic (multi-course) dinner. Always useful if you are looking for a restaurant in Amsterdam and have no idea what you want. The choice is huge. As said, all are new to Amsterdam. Find it out now.


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Een bericht gedeeld door VINNIES (@vinnies_amsterdam) op

  1. Vinnies

If you’ve been in Amsterdam for a while, VINNIES will undoubtedly be high on your favorite lunch and brunch list. But now you can also dine at VINNIES on the Scheldestraat in Amsterdam on Thursday and Friday evenings. You can go here for a 2 to 5-course dinner with daily fresh regional products that are prepared with a lot of love.

Address: Scheldestraat 45BG


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Een bericht gedeeld door Je Suis Bar Rouge (@barrouge_ams) op

  1. Bar Rouge

Bar Rouge is back! On the top floor of the Supperclub, two rooms are decorated in such a way that you would walk into a Parisian bar. As the name suggests, the hotspot with its red interior is a nod to the typical French bohemian atmosphere of the past. It is also not just a bar, think of an all-in experience with a great cocktail bar, a restaurant where Asian fusion dishes fill the menu and the club where you can expect a spectacular show or let your legs loose during a night out. Fancy a unique experience? Then try this new hotspot on the Amsterdam canal.

Address: Singel 460


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Een bericht gedeeld door Deus Ex Machina Amsterdam (@deuswatofwhy) op

  1. Deus Ex Machina

This is one of the newest restaurants in Amsterdam. Luxurious dining between motorbikes is only possible at one place in Amsterdam. Deus Ex Machina settled on the Herengracht at the end of last year. A place with both an indoor space and a terrace where you can enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner or a nice drink. With more than eight Deus Temples worldwide in Sydney, LA and Bali, Deus Ex Machina has become a global concept.

Address: Herengracht 88a


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Een bericht gedeeld door Bar & Little kitchen Kartel (@bar.kartel) op

  1. Bar Kartel

There is a new place to be at the Overtoom, namely: Bar Kartel. A place that brings together. From breakfast to the last hours. The tastiest street food dishes come along that you share with your group. Sharing is caring! You can also taste everything on the menu. Inside you will also imagine yourself in the atmospheres of the street food concept. Tiled floor, wooden roof with beautiful flowers and a cozy and beautiful bar. This is truly a place to be.

Address: Overtoom 28/30


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Een bericht gedeeld door Bacalar ( op

  1. Taqueria Bacalar

The vibe is nice and dark, the tacos are what you call to die for. This is also one of the newest restaurants in Amsterdam. Classics such as tacos al pastor are recommended, just like the tacos cochinita. So do you really want good Mexican food? Then you’ve come to the right place as they say here.

Address: Chrysantenstraat 4


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Een bericht gedeeld door Oche Amsterdam ( op

  1. Oche

The new restaurant Oche is a special place, because besides eating delicious dishes you can also enjoy a nice game of darts. The name of the restaurant was therefore derived from the dart term of the same name, which means as much as the line you have to stand behind while throwing the darts. Chef Niels van Halen – known for the Michelin award-winning restaurant De Hoefslag – is responsible for the dishes, which are described as shared menus consisting of refined bites and finger food. In your own Oche booth you can enjoy these dishes in combination with beautiful wines and fresh cocktails, while also enjoying the ultimate game night.

Address: Utrechtsestraat 11


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Een bericht gedeeld door TOZI Amsterdam (@toziamsterdam) op

  1. TOZI

Blown over from London, TOZI – which in Venetian dialect means “a group of friends” – is now also established in Amsterdam. With a different chef, a changing menu and an attractive interior, the Italian restaurant seamlessly meets the wishes of Dutch guests. Here dishes are served with passion and personality, straight from the Venetian cuisine. Don’t miss the pizzettas, shrimp carpaccio and king crab Venetian style. Nice detail: you can learn a word of Italian in the toilet.

Address: Koninginneweg 34


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Een bericht gedeeld door NAZKA (@nazka_amsterdam) op

  1. NAZKA

At Nazka you get to know Peruvian cuisine in the best way possible. All the foreign influences that characterize South American cuisine have been incorporated into the dishes. There are classics on the menu, but also modern dishes that are a mix between different food cultures. Take the mixed ceviche, fried eggplant and the Peruvian mess, a dessert with quinoa ice cream, for example.

Address: Van Ostadestraat 354


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Een bericht gedeeld door LOCAL DEALER ® (@localdealerfoodinc) op

  1. Local Dealer

One of the newest restaurants in Amsterdam East.Tacos, ceviche and a good dose of adventure and fun. You can contact your new Local Dealer for this. The idea for this new Mexican restaurant in Amsterdam East arose on a trip through Mexico. Where the exciting street culture and the most delicious food reign in the cities and on the beaches. Local Dealer is a true Mexican food experience. Good food and a nice fiery atmosphere.

Address: Dapperplein 23, 1093 GP Amsterdam

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Hello, I’m Alison and I love my city. I’ve always believed Amsterdam has so much more to offer than what the guidebooks tell you. But as a visitor, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the highlights and miss out on having an authentic Amsterdam experience. That’s why I’m passionate about showing you my city from a truly local perspective.

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