Today was “clean out the refrigerator” day as it was our last day in Amsterdam. We finished the last bits of several things for about $3.00 per serve.
We had booked at Restaurant De Kas about five weeks ahead of this trip, and tonight – a Monday – was the only night during our stay that there was an available table! We enjoyed a really great lunch there last year, and were keen to go back for an evening meal.
De Kas features a five (or six) course Tasting Menu, but before we started, we had some amazing crackers and three Amuse Bouche!
Even before the main meal started, we were blown away with the depth of flavor.
De Kas grows all their own vegetables, and the dishes are vegetable focused, with only one course served with a protein: duck.
There was also a very nice yogurt with salted caramel sauce topped with an excellent crumble for desert that wasn’t photographed, but was enjoyed!
While an expensive meal at €57.00, US$63.84, per serve, but not if you consider the quality and dedication that went into every bite. The Foodies spent as much again on the wine pairing (and a Gin and Tonic) for a truly great meal in an amazing setting.