The Museum Cafe menu offers range of classic Dutch-Jewish specialities, such as fishcakes (made with fresh cod) or pear kugel (a hot dish of stewed pears and sweet almond pastry). But the menu also includes a delicious apple nut cake and bread rolls with tuna salad. All the ingredients in the dishes on the menu have been prepared by our suppliers under rabbinical supervision or approved by the rabbinates of the Jewish Community of Amsterdam, the Portuguese-Jewish Community, and the Dutch-Jewish Community. The Museumcafé does not have a kashrut certificate. There is a separate glass case with meals sealed under rabbinical supervision for those who find this preferable. All the items sold at the Museumcafé are prepared on the dairy side of the kitchen, including the vegetarian (parve) kosher dishes. Please ask a member of staff if you would like any additional information. The Museumcafé also provides catering services.
One of the first things most customers notice when stepping into Le Sud, is their colorful display of Middle Eastern and Northern African cuisine. While it is a great restaurant for those wanting take-out, many people also stay to dine and enjoy the inviting atmosphere. They have several hummus varieties and add unique twists to their other traditional dishes.
For tourists and locals looking for authentic Middle Eastern cuisine in the center of Amsterdam, Hummus Bistro is the place to be. From hummus and falafel to shakshuka and eggplant, this restaurant has something for everyone- vegetarians and meat eaters alike. At Hummus Bistro, you will enjoy the traditional flavors of these Middle Eastern dishes as well as a delightful presentation, all while enjoying the simple, yet relaxing dining atmosphere.
Sir Hummus wants to bring their customers a real hummus experience, as though they are eating hummus on the streets of Jerusalem. They serve fresh hummus, incomparable to what you find in the supermarket and use the highest quality ingredients. Shir Hummus doesn't take any shortcuts in the careful 24-hour cooking process and the final product is a warm and fluffy hummus dish served with plentiful toppings and fresh pita bread.
Mana Mana is a perfect restaurant for both vegans and meat eaters, providing you with a cozy ambiance to enjoy traditional Israeli dishes. This is a perfect place to combine several small dishes and taste a little of everything this restaurant has to offer. From flavorful vegetable dishes to fresh and creamy hummus, you won't be able to get enough of this fantastic cuisine.
The Iranian cuisine is one of the most sophisticated cuisines in Asia. Spices such as turmeric, paprika, dill, saffron, sumac and cardamom are used very discreetly in starters and main courses. The same applies to rose water in desserts. With rice as the basis for almost every dish, Iran is at the forefront of rice consumption in the Middle East. In the stew dishes (khoresht) people mainly work with lamb meat. The dishes from the grill (kabab) work with many different types of meat such as ground beef, chicken and tenderloin. Rozengeur works with products of the highest quality. The influences of Shiraz can be found in the use of eggplant and lime in both starters and main courses. As a side dish we serve Salad Shirazi, a traditional salad from Shiraz. We have Paludeh as a traditional dessert. You can also come to us for freshly made Taftoun bread from our own oven every day. We also serve Syrah wine; the grape variety that originated in Shiraz. In addition to regular tea, we introduce our guests to typical Iranian tea. Coffee lovers can indulge themselves with different types of coffee from Bocca, carefully chosen to fit well with the menu.