We were taken here by relatives who live in Amsterdam, and at first we couldn't figure out why we were being driven into what looked like a factory district, far from the center of town. The restaurant is, indeed, in an old factory, with an old a car still there, as if waiting for mechanics to get to work on it. But inside this most unlikely spot for dining are tables set with linens and bustling wait staff and diners -- lots and lots of diners, almost all of them local.
We were a party of seven, with two vegetarians, so I got to sample quite a few dishes. All of them were excellent, but in particular I loved the young roast chicken -- absolutely delicious, and apparently the house specialty. Service was prompt, the vibe was trendy, and all in all this turned out to be my favorite restaurant during my 10-day stay in Amsterdam.
For an out-of-town visitor, it's a bit of a trek, but if you're willing to spring for cab fare (or have local friends who'll take you there) it's well worth a visit.
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