Surprising, local ingredients
The story behind capital kitchen
Capital Kitchen is located within Capital C: the Amsterdam epicenter of unexpected ideas. A home and a house for the creatively brave. Where it is safe to fail spectacularly and where it’s great to celebrate success together. That won’t work without a decent kitchen.
A kitchen offering surprising food and drinks.
A kitchen with the best regional and sustainable suppliers.
A kitchen cooking with local colour, creative chefs and staff.
A kitchen that builds a community with surprising ingredients.
Food, drinks, music, art, events, staff and visitors are all ingredients on the menu to make a Capital Kitchen.
A vibrant place created by top designers
ART & DESIGN WRITTEN ALL OVER
Being a part of Capital C, we enjoy the big advantage of being surrounded by thrilling art and design all the time. After all, Capital C is the place that connects the world of art with the creative industry. Being located in a former diamond exchange, you’ll sense the history from the very moment you enter the building. Before you even enter the building, you’ll notice something big at our doorstep: Peel Plaza.
Peel Plaza is designed by Gabriel Lester and it’s our way of having a terrace. A sculpture open to the public that invites the people passing by to enjoy the space.
We are open to the public. No entrance fee involved. No strings attached. We would just love you to come by.
Before making your way into our Kitchen, you'll walk through our revolving Art Gallery. Talking about a creative hub, our art gallery is curated by Amsterdam Art whose office is located inside our very own building.
The art doesn’t stop at our entrance, but we've created our own art space around you while you enjoy your dinner. It’s like having a dinner in the Rijksmuseum, well... kind of. Each and every table in Capital Kitchen where you sit, eat, drink, or hangout at has an irresistibly, beautifully decorated top. Our major design theme is “the inner human being” with the table tops representing strongly enlarged microscopic photos of human organs, all to be discovered by you.
Just like we love our food as local as possible, most of the art pieces are made by local artists such as: Esther Hoogendijk, Juul Krijer, Joep van Lieshout and Folkert de Jong. If you’re curious to find out more about the art in our kitchen, feel free to grab an issue of the latest Capital Kitchen newspaper, free available at the bar.
CROWD PLEASING FOOD
Welcome to Capital Kitchen where our love for food is as big as our love for art. Where walking dinners go beyond walking, we run the extra mile to make your experience as delighted as your guests. Speaking of guests, at our restaurant, no group is too large or small.
Our ground floor and first floor ring are both suitable for up to 65 guests seated and 150 walking. Or, you can rent Capital Kitchen exclusively for up to 120 guests seated and 300 walking. In our private dining space "The Backbone" we can also seat up to 20 of your favorite guests.
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Just a stroll away from Carré
The story of friendship, freedom, and love returns to the Netherlands. An unforgettable evening out at Carré Amsterdam.
Are you looking for a restaurant near Carré to enjoy a nice dinner prior to your night out at the theatre? We get it and created a special Carré Menu. Our chefs will take the stage with a curated three-course menu.
let's make this official
we'll be here
Mon - Thurs 10:00h - 00:00h
Fri 10:00h - 01:00h
Sat - Sun Closed (for now)
The restuarant opens at 10:00 for coffees only. You may order lunch from 11:30-17:30. Bar snacks can be ordered from 11:30-23:00. Last but not least, from 17:30-22:00 dinner is served! Your favourite drink & smiles served all the time.
NEARBY: Hortus Botanicus, De Hermitage, Tropenmuseum, Carré, Joods Historisch Museum, Dierentuin Artis, Amsterdam Light Festival, Amsterdam Art, Hyatt Hotel, ZOKU, Volkshotel, Amstel Hotel, Q-Park Weesperplein & Centrum Oost