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Jamie's Fifteen

On our first full day in Amsterdam during our European travels this summer, we set off for Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Amsterdam for lunch. With directions from the hotel, we walked to the train station area, caught the correct bus, and even got off at the correct stop! It was a quiet urban area of office buildings. We walked. And walked. And walked. And finally asked some folks who didn't speak english how to get to Fifteen. They pointed and laughed kindly. So we turned around and walked. And walked. Back to where we started. There it was, nestled in an office building in a courtyard.




It's a lovely, bright and airy spot, a funky decor of urban art graffiti walls with an elegantly simple feel and broad windows overlooking the water. There was a large ship docked behind the building. When we arrived, they were closing for the afternoon. With two exhausted, hungry kids and a long walk behind us, we explained that we missed our reservation because we couldn't find the place. To our surprise they invited us in!

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Reader Comments (2)

Reading your story made me smile - it's the stuff that great memories are made of! Fabulous pictures too, Tammy! Hugs, Terri xoxo

I've seen the reality show they had a few years ago about finding the first people to work in Fifteen Amsterdam, but never read any blogs of people who've actually been there. Good to hear it's still open and you enjoyed it.

10.29.2009 | Unregistered CommenterEveline

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