Once the restaurants in Amsterdam are allowed to open again, make sure you have your reservations ready at this brand new restaurant. It is located in a beautiful building at the Prinsengracht. In the basement you will find the wine bar, and since one of the owners, Sabas Joosten, has been the sommelier at restaurant Librije (3-star Michelin) for 8 years, he knows which wines to serve. They have a separate wine room where the large wine selection is stored at the best temperatures. Pair your wine with some small bites which are also served in the bar. The kitchen of Sinck is found upstairs and it is run by Sander Bierenbroodspot, who has also worked in a Michelin-starred restaurant. The price of a three course meal is around 40 euros. Address: Prinsengracht 422.
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Brilliant restaurant. Tried everything on the current menu in a taster session. 15 tasters, only 2 of which I didn’t like……only because of personal taste andprejudice. 3 dishes I thought I wouldn’t like (personal taste) were delicious. The lamb neck was unbelievably tender and tasty and all the sauces were beautiful. The ice cream with the creme brulee should only be eaten by the bucket full!!!! The wines we were given were SO delicious (I’m a beer guy), that I vow to drink more.
The service, though very professional, was friendly,
informative and at times quite humorous.
Full credit to the chef, the wine guy and the rest of the staff. Thank you all for a fantastic evening.