Executive summary by darmansjah
Cruise around Amsterdam’s canals in the evening, and pair a decadent 4-course dinner – cooked on board – with sights of the city. As one of the few Amsterdam sightseeing boats to offer meals that are freshly prepared and cooked on board, the cruise allows you to dine on top-quality food, with dishes like salmon ‘en papilotte,’ while on the water. Learn about the city from the friendly waiting staff, enjoy drinks and look out for attractions like the famous Anne Frank House and Hermitage Museum.
2.5-hour Amsterdam dinner cruise
Cruise along Amsterdam’s canals, enjoying drinks from the onboard bar
Savor a sumptuous 4-course meal – freshly prepared and cooked on board
Keep an eye out for top Amsterdam attractions such as the Anne Frank House and Hermitage Museum
Learn about the sights from the waiting staff on this Amsterdam canal dinner cruise
Step aboard your sightseeing cruise boat near Amsterdam Central Station, and then help yourself to a drink from the bar. Take a seat at your table – either out on deck or inside the lower saloon – and gaze out at the sights of Amsterdam as your waiting staff serves your first course. Unlike many other Amsterdam dinner cruises, all food is prepared and cooked on board – ensuring that your meal is of the freshest quality! Savor a full four courses as you cruise, passing the sights of Amsterdam.
The route taken is dependent on water levels on the day, but typical attractions that may be seen include the Anne Frank House, Hermitage Museum, Amstel River and Magere Brug (Skinny Bridge). Listen out for details about famous sights from the onboard waiting staff, and hear fun facts and trivia about the city.
After 2.5 hours cruising around the canals, return to the start point and hop back onto dry land.
For a sample menu, please refer to the section below. Please submit your menu choice (meat, fish or vegetarian) in the Special Requests field at time of booking! Customers will automatically get the meat menu if no choice has been made.
Sample Menu (from 20 March):
Selection of local appetizers
Meat menu: Fresh salad with 'Roseval' potatoes, spring onions, creme of mint and paper-thin Serano ham
Fish menu: Fresh salad with 'Roseval' potatoes, spring onions, creme of mint and smoked salmon
Vegetarian menu: Fresh salad with 'Roseval' potatoes, spring onions, creme of mint and grilled courgette
Meat menu: Cappuccino of red paprika followed by fried veal fillet with a mousseline of potatoes and roasted green asparagus
Fish menu: Cappuccino of red paprika followed by gilt-head sea bream fillet with a mousseline of potatoes and roasted carrots
Vegetarian menu: Cappuccino of red paprika followed by roasted vegetable lasagne with rucola pesto and Parmesan cheese