Typical Dutch with a trendy twist
Great choice of special beers
New dishes every season
Who is Aaltje?
In 1803 Aaltje was the first Amsterdam kitchen maid who had the idea to gather her recipes. The first Dutch cookbook was born, awfully useful for other kitchen maids. The book was reprinted numerous times and endlessly improved. Aaltje’s cookbook is often seen as the symbol for the new path the Dutch cuisine slowly took.
salmon, herring and eel on toast
Plate with various types of sausages with mustard and Amsterdam pickles
‘Bitterbal’ (typical savoury, meat-based dutch snack), per piece
Goat cheese bitterbal
Lobster croquette, per piece
Vegetable croquette, per piece
Cheese stick made with mature cheese, per piece
Our bread is baked by Mühl bakery and made from wholemeal flour from ‘De Vriendschap’ mill, Wispe Triple beer and a pinch of ‘Van Houten’ cocoa. We serve our bread with butter and garden herb dip.
Limburgian onion soup with old ‘beemsterkaas’
Creamy potato truffle soup
Salad with gratinated goat’s cheese, roasted almonds, pepper, beetroot and honey-mustard dressing
A stew of autumn mushrooms under a puff pastry
Aaltje’s steak tartare with poached egg, sesame, brioche and piment d’espelette mayonnaise
Three preparations of cod, lightly smoked, tartare and a bitterbal
Aaltje ’s main courses are served with a small garnished plate, but without side dishes. Side dishes you can share, so you enjoy the preference.