Top Italian Restaurants in Amsterdam

Amsterdam’s food scene has shifted gears in recent years, and Italian restaurateurs have followed along with fewer clichés and predictable menus, less overcooked pasta. Instead, cleaner flavors, more authentic dishes, and wine lists introducing small producers and rising regional territories.

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Location
Restaurant

Roberto's

Average Price € 60.0

Apollolaan 138 - Amsterdam

A return to Italian elegance of the '50s, a timeless style as fashionable today as yesterday. After crossing the threshold (independent entrance from that of the Hotel Hilton, to which...

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Location
Pizzeria

nNea

Average Price € 35

Bilderdijkstraat 92Hs - Amsterdam

Vincenzo Onnembo lives for pizza. And he never stops between research, ambition and the desire to improve. In a short time he conquered Amsterdam with his idea of pizza, clearly...

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Location
Trattoria/bistrot

Pianeta Terra

Beulingstraat 7 - Amsterdam

Robiola di Roccaverano cheese, anchovy extract, tiny Trasimeno beans: family products are the hallmark of this fine dining restaurant, even though most people in Italy have never heard of them...

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Location
Trattoria/bistrot

Quattro Gatti

Average Price € 70.0

Hartenstraat 3h - Amsterdam

The belief that you can create excellent Italian cooking abroad, but only if it's based on quality ingredients and original recipes. No bluffs, no compromises. This was the objective of...

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Location
Restaurant

Segugio

Average Price € 40.0

Utrechtsestraat 96 - Amsterdam

  Two floors and several dining rooms with well-separated tables, wood and stone floors, white linen for the tablecloths. A bright, welcoming ambiance. An oasis of calm and relaxation where...

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Location
Restaurant

Bussia

Average Price € 75.0

Reestraat 28-32 - Amsterdam

Not the ordinary Italian restaurants abroad. And if you love wine, you know what we're takling about. Piedmont, Nebbiolo, Barolo, Grand Cru. The all Italian wine list is a big...

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Location
Trattoria/bistrot

Toscanini

Average Price € 60.0

Lindengracht 75 - Amsterdam

Leonardo Pacenti has paved the way for many Italians in the Netherlands, having moved to Amsterdam in 1985 and since becoming one of the city’s best-known and loved chefs. His...

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