Restaurant d'Vijff Vlieghen: dining among authentic works by Rembrandt

The old Dutch interior and original works of art by Rembrandt van Rijn make Restaurant d'Vijff Vlieghen a unique and historic location to dine. A culinary museum where chef Jeroen Klaasen creates beautiful dishes with Dutch products.



At d'Vijff Vlieghen you dine in one of several rooms, each with its own ambiance, among original etchings by Rembrandt and historic Dutch objects. The decor creates a unique experience, suitable for business dinners as well as a date night or a special night out with friends and family.


On the map at d'Vijff Vlieghen

The team in the kitchen works with Dutch seasonal produce and tries to keep it organic whenever possible. The dishes are simple and full of flavor with a limited number of ingredients on a plate. The Dutch shrimp with spring vegetables, butter lettuce, chives, sauce of Dutch shrimp and garlic butter and the Belly Bacon with Albert's award-winning meatballs, apple, Brussels sprouts, pearl onion and savory are absolute favorites. You can also choose a 4- or 5-course menu with (or without) matching wines.

Opening hours

d'Vijff Vlieghen is open Monday through Sunday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. 

d'Vijff Vlieghen
Spuistraat 294-302, Amsterdam
020 5304060
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d'Vijff Vlieghen
Spuistraat 294-302, Amsterdam
020 5304060


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