One of just a handful of two-Michelin-starred restaurants in Amsterdam
, &moshik is helmed by Israeli-Dutch chef Moshik Roth, whose tasting menus are influenced by such far-flung places as Morocco, Vietnam
, Japan, and Turkey—as well as The Netherlands. Seasonal menus feature an array of inventive, artfully presented dishes, such as a raw scallop topped with Dutch caviar and pheasant jelly; lamb and pigeon with swirls of fermented lemon gravy and nettle sauce; or North Sea cod and cockles in green pea miso. Floor-to-ceiling windows in the elegant, 55-seat dining room provide beautiful views overlooking the scenic Oosterdok harbor, just steps from Centraal Station. If you can’t swing the cost of the tasting menus (€175 for five courses or €230 for seven courses, excluding wine), opt for the far more affordable three-course business lunch, offered Fridays and Sundays (€64.50 without wine).