Amsterdam’s Proef Restaurant Features Recycled Furniture and Serves Only Local, Organic Food

by , 08/31/12

Amsterdam, Proef Restaurant, sustainable food, Grade II Listed building, edible flower garden, Marije Vogelzang, Piet Hekker, organic food, local food, Claartje Lindhout, Westerpark, Dutch design, the Netherlands, Architecture, green Interiors, Sustainable Food, recycled pallets, Recycled Materials,

Proef has a big vegetable, herb and edible flower garden, which are used for making the most delicious dishes and refreshing tasty cocktails. Chef Claartje Lindhout changes the menu every season, using the best quality organic and local produce she can find, including a variety of herbs, nuts, cheeses, berries, free range meat and veggies. Best of all, because their food is served in a posh picnic style, you can take your meal to go on your plate and enjoy it anywhere immersed in the park.

+ Proef Restaurant

Photo © Ana Lisa Alperovich for Inhabitat

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