Today 8:00 pm – 2:30 am
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Jonge Roelensteeg 21 1012 PL Amsterdam Netherlands
Jonge Roelensteeg 21NLAmsterdam1012 PL
+31 20 344
Restaurant, ClubToday 8:00 pm – 2:30 am
Monday 8:00 pm – 12:00 amTuesday 8:00 pm – 12:00 amWednesday 8:00 pm – 12:00 amThursday 8:00 pm – 12:00 amFriday 8:00 pm – 12:00 amSaturday 8:00 pm – 2:30 amSunday 8:00 pm – 2:30 am
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Guests lounge in beds & order food & drinks at this clubby, lively eatery, bar & performance space.- Google
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Chris E
3 months ago
First things first - the best seats are downstairs so consider this when booking. We made the booking from namesake and looked forward to an evening of "fierce burlesque" so had high expectations based upon not much fact. Arrived at 7.50pm - too late to get a drink as the bar closes at 8 without hesitation. Seated upstairs - not ideal. The best "beds" are on ground level. Performances - really average. Food - 5 'tasting' sized courses served over 4 hours. The food overall was very nice, but portions were small and not nearly enough to keep you satisfied over that length of time. Cocktails - Nothing complicated but the price. Expensive. Service - The service was good, as quick as could be expected and attentive enough to make you feel loved. Music - excellent. Deep house well played. Price - €197 for two people. Overall - 3 stars. If you're looking to tick this one off your list then give it a go. I came away happy that we'd been but can't imagine that we'd return anytime soon given the price / experience.
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Amy Leighton
8 months ago
I had a mixed experience, food was great and served just right (a good gap between each course meant that you weren't over-full by the end of the night). My biggest bugbear was that it took 15 minutes to get served at the bar - constantly being ignored is pretty frustrating. I probably wouldn't go back for a pre-drink but would try the beds/food/entertainment out once again. Top Tip: Get a bed downstairs which means you can see the entertainment, ladies wear jeans unless you fancy flashing the couple on the bed next to you, it can get a little cosy and finally wear flats the stairs are honestly lethal.
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Anastasia D
a year ago
2-floor club with beds and tables. This place has a great atmosphere and is definitely a place to go on a Monday. Other nights they might serve a 5-course dinner, but Mondays are usually club nights. The upstairs area has a white interior with pink/purple lights, very stylish, and instead of lounge chairs you have beds to sit on. The downstairs is more of a typical club with hip-hop music and dark atmosphere. Best time to go is around 10:30-11pm as the club is open until 1am on Mondays. Then you can check out club NL around the corner that is open till 3am.
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Vincent Velema
11 months ago
Great lounge club that doesn't attract the nicest crowds. I like it on weekdays when it's less crowded and one can enjoy the lounge and have a drink in style.
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Ian Forrester
9 months ago
Amazing place and delightful menu. If you want to be impressed and don't mind something a little different, this is the place to go. Entertainment was amazing and the cocktails were great. We had a great space upstairs on a quiet Sunday night. My only grumble was the distance to the toilets and having to put shoes back on (tiny issue). Everything was there, food, drinks and wifi I'm going to check out the London one soon. Myself and our friends from America had a fantastic night out, no need to go anywhere else that night.
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Marco Borgo
7 months ago
Welcoming was funny, atmosphere can be better, service bad, food was great but was supposed to be 9 plates instead we had 5, little bit expensive, the show was quick and not so profesionnal we expect better...
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Andreas Dahlström
a year ago
Trying very hard to be cool but fails hard at fundementals: at dinner people want decent food and be able to talk to eachother. Our company of seven is leaving in the middle of dinner after waiting forever for crappy food in way to loud environment. This place does not work for dinner, unless you dont like either food nor people
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Claire Jasmine Taylor
3 years ago
As part of a hen weekend festivity my friends and I visited the supper club at the weekend. The original plan was meant to be a supper club cruise but due to the adverse snow conditions (canals frozen!) we had to quickly make a plan B. We still visited the supper club but it was at the actual club venue. Now that I think back - when we arrived I completely forgot that a cruise had been our initial plan, because everything flowed so perfectly. I should now tell you that if you are not mildly attractive, you'd feel very out of place here! Sorry! We arrived practically thinking - wearing UGGS, with heels in our handbags to be greeted by what can only be described as a historical Greek God. It was like a scene from 300. We were escorted to our table - which was essentially one long bed with mini tables for your drinks. Shoes had to be removed anyway! It was a good thing none of us were wearing short dresses/tightless as our dignity would have been revealed for all. Our waiters were absolutely stunning. Very accommodating, cool and complete flirts. One of our waiters appeared to have a sock fetish! Onto food - we started off with a glass of prosecco which was part of our booked meal package. The rest of the courses were as follows: baked chicken on a skewer stick with a baked fig and mango sorbet aperitif. (We were offered gloves to eat the chicken so we wouldn't have messy hands which I thought was a nice touch). Mushroom soup in a glass topped with parsley. Fish (haddock I think) cooked gently and served on top of a risotto with a bisque side. Steak with mash, and beans. Dessert was coconut ice cream with chocolate shavings and half a passion fruit. In between courses we were treated to a performance by the most mobile, flexible, bendiest girl I'd seen since "Afrika". It was very eclectic and Alice in Wonderland styled. A DJ spun suitable dance tracks whist we dined - there is no other way to describe the visual apart from the fact that it was very much like we were in a nightclub on beds having food served to us. "Greek God" and another young lady were constantly walking around making sure everyone was happy and generally looking after the customers. The toilets are unisex. No scratch that - there were two toilets but they had made one unisex and labelled the other one as a smoking room. So basically you were smoking cigarettes and other goodies (yes) around urinals. No biggie but if you're anti unisex loos you probably won't appreciate this element. The prosecco is amazing, the food very well cooked. The wine very well chosen. This venue has been given much thought. There is an upstairs area which you can get to via very steep stairs. One might wonder how you would get up those stairs with food/drinks. This isn't a concern. A suitably muscled man stands on top of the bar passing plates/drinks through a gap to someone on the upper floor. Genius! You have to see it to believe it. I urge you to make this a "must visit" if you go to Amsterdam.
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