A restaurant serving French-Italian cuisine, De Belhamel, sits quietly at the junction of two of Amsterdam’s most beautiful canals, the Brouwersgracht (“Brewers’ canal”) and the Herengracht (“Gentlemen’s canal”). It is one of the city’s prettiest spots, positioned at the edge of the Jordaan area. The food, though based off of French-Italian dishes, also carries Mediterranean, Central-European, and Dutch elements. Expect fantastic dining and service, especially since De Belhamel has been presented with the Michelin Guide’s Bib Gourmand award six years in a row (beginning in 2007).
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