The designation ‘The White Room’ derived from the historical name of the room ‘De Witte Zaal’, was given to the restaurant when it first opened in 1885.
An iconic venue, located in the very heart of Amsterdam, where history and future meet by virtue of the modern styling and gold mural frescos.
With a focus on traditional flavors, The White Room honors and celebrates the Dutch culture every Saturday.
Starting February 25, experience a 4-course Michelin-star surprise lunch crafted with the freshest, locally-sourced ingredients.
Each meal will be paired with carefully chosen Dutch wines from the local region to create a truly unforgettable experience. The latter are known for their remarkable complexity and diverse flavor profiles. Spicy and fruity aromas accentuated by a pleasant acidity to elevate your Michelin-Star lunch.
The restaurant's Chef de Cuisine Tristan de Boer born and raised in Amsterdam boasts a singular kitchen style which springs from the typical melting pot of Amsterdam.
With Asian influences, from Japan, China and Indonesia, but also influences from Surinam, the Netherlands Antilles and just the Netherlands itself remains the most dear to his heart.