Gallery: Amsterdam’s Proef Restaurant Features Recycled Furniture and S...

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Amsterdam might be better known for its winding canals, bikes, coffee shops, red light district and world-famous museums, but there are also some quality eateries that will satisfy even the fussiest of diners. We spotted Proef Restaurant while riding along the beautiful Westerpark, and we were thrilled to learn that the cute detached Grade II listed house owned by Piet Hekker serves only organic seasonal produce. With a vegetable and edible flower garden -- complete with chickens running around -- patio furniture made from recycled pallets, a menu that changes with the seasons, and vintage interior decoration, Proef Restaurant is a great place to find quality, sustainable food in the Dutch capital.

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