We had dinner with friends in the impossibly cute Jordaan neighborhood at Seasons in Amsterdam. To get an inside peek and a close up of all of the food check out the Tastemade video I made.
As you can tell by the name there is a seasonal menu, the service and prices are great. This is a good place for a relaxed dinner with its cozy feel and laid back diners. Make reservations as it is small.
My favorite of the night was the tart. This was a warm filled tart stuff with roasted paprika, tomatoes and sweet onions. It was flaky and light and topped off with the olive tapenade I could have ordered two and made it an entrée.
The grilled fresh figs with goat cheese were a close second with its pretty presentation and great flavor combination of sweet and salty with Serrano ham, honey, mint and walnuts. There were touches of mint that added a nice refreshing quality to the dish.
The Cornish Hen was juicy and seasoned well accompanied by grilled vegetables and rice.
We washed it all down with Brouwerij ‘t IJ a local beer. We had the Zatte a golden beer with a bit of a sweet taste but on the dry side. Very tasty.
Taking a stroll after dinner in the Jordaan neighborhood is a great way to finish the evening. Plenty of shops, galleries and bars to peruse along with the scenic canals and homes of Amsterdam.
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