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Restaurants and bars in Zuidas

Amsterdam's business district, Zuidas, is not just about work and corporate life. It boasts an array of hotspots that offer much-needed breaks from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind, including restaurants with breathtaking city skyline views, sustainable dining concepts, and other innovative future-proof food options.


Circl prides itself on its sustainable approach to dining. The menu highlights delicious dishes with consideration for minimal energy consumption and waste. But it’s more than just a restaurant: even the building itself was built with circular principles in mind, insulated by fibres from repurposed jeans. Head up to the rooftop bar for a drink and a meeting, or join lectures and networking sessions open for everyone. 

Circl | Gustav Mahlerplein 1b


Nestled on the 26th floor of the Valley in Amsterdam's Zuidas, this cosmopolitan restaurant shares its space with Molteni&C's flagship store. Having earned his culinary accolades, renowned chef Peter Lute presents the next level of gastronomy at GREEN. Accessible through a discreet entrance within Molteni&C's flagship store, GREEN boasts a speakeasy vibe and offers unparalleled views of Amsterdam.

GREEN | Beethovenstraat 305

Hasta La Vista, Baby

On the nineteenth floor of INNSiDE by Meliá Hotel, "Hasta La Vista, Baby!" emerges as a distinctive fast-casual restaurant specialising in Spanish-Portuguese cuisine. Beyond the typical sky bar experience, this venue boasts a unique blend of 1990s Hollywood elegance and Spanish influences in its interior design. Ideal for events and dinners, the spacious layout ensures diverse experiences, offering a range from relaxed sofas to the central bar and open kitchen, all the way to panoramic views from the grandstand.

Hasta La Vista, Baby | Eduard van Beinumstraat 40

Yuan’s Hot Pot Valley

Chicken skewers at Yuan's Hot Pot Chinese restaurant
Image from Yuan's Hot Pot

Satisfy your craving for a delicious hot pot at Yuan’s, where skewers of meat, fish, tofu and vegetables are dipped into a delightful secret family recipe broth. It’s the perfect meal out for a catch-up with friends on a cold weather day. This type of hotpot is inspired by Chengdu-style hotpot, straight from Sichuan province, but fear not: it caters to spicy and non-spicy eaters alike. And if your group is mixed, you can get a half-and-half hotpot with different broths.

Yuan's Hot Pot Valley | Beethovenstraat 633

Zuidas Market

Fresh cheese and the wafting aroma of coffee cannolis straight from the bakery await every Thursday at the George Gershwinplein. Foodies will be well-catered with empanadas and spring rolls, fresh nuts and a whole stall of the liquorice of your dreams (we hope). Open from 9:00 to 16:00, this one is definitely worth marking in your calendars.

Zuidas Market | George Gershwin Square


If cooking over an open fire sounds like fun, enjoy watching your meal come together on the open flame at Amsterdam's Vertical Village Valley, recently dubbed the best new skyscraper in the world. Here, seasonal produce is forged into balanced and texturally enticing combinations. The restaurant’s menu is geared towards shared dining, and an extensive wine and cocktail list will only add to the experience.

Nela | Beethovenstraat 515


Zuidas Restaurant Bolenius interiors dining table
Image from Marie-Charlotte Pezé

Embark on a modern exploration of Dutch cuisine at this Michelin-starred restaurant. Bolenius champions sustainability, utilizing vegetables and herbs from its own garden to elevate local produce. The outcome is a symphony of delicate and nuanced flavours that leave a lasting impression. The restaurant's seasonal menus cater to a range of preferences, promising to enchant not only vegetarians but also those with a penchant for meat and fish.

Bolenius | George Gershwinlaan 30, Amsterdam