Special offers and Menus
You'll be able to select the menus in the last step of booking, if available for your criteria.
AH Restaurantactie "à la carte" menu
Save stamps at Albert Heijn and receive the 2nd three course menu for free. Book a timeslot where "MENU" is indicated and bring your full AH discount card to the restaurant. Conditions on: www.iens.nl/ahrestaurantactie-conditions
Drinks not included.
Available on the booked timeslot.
About the restaurant Bistro 9
The concept of Bistro 9 is very refreshing. All the dishes cost 9 euro en have the size of a starter. You can decide on various dishes the many you like. And it's certain you'll want to try a lot of them because this chef creates magic in the kitchen. His focus is on the French cuisine with a modern twist.
- €3.00Glass of wine
- €21.00En flaske vin
How to get to the restaurant Bistro 9
How to get there?
- Public transportsLijn 170 Connexxion Amsterdam Centraal
- Car park Free parking in the neighborhood & Parking lot
Wednesday untill Saturday 18:00 - 21:30
- Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
- Privatisable (60 maximum number of guests.)
- Air-conditioning , Can be privatized , Wheelchair Accessible , Wifi
- Meal date : 27 Jul 2018
- Meal date : 12 Jul 2018
- Meal date : 10 Jun 2018
I'm surprised that this restaurant doesn't have Michelin stars. The food and wine is sublime and the friendliness of the staff is professional, but yet warm. One of my favourite restaurants in the Netherlands.
- Meal date : 3 Mar 2018
- Meal date : 16 Feb 2018
- Meal date : 7 May 2017
- Meal date : 29 Aug 2015
- Meal date : 26 Dec 2014
- Meal date : 5 Sep 2014
Choose as many dishes as you want (we chose two each at first and made another selection later on). These are served to you one at a time and with sufficient space in between 'courses' to allow you to digest and relax. It's worth making it clear that this is not tapas-style dining. Portions are smaller than standard restaurant main courses, but much more generous than tapas-styl dishes. The whole point is that you'll have the luxury of tasting three different dishes, maybe four if you're especially hungry or are a big eater.
By the way, delicious bread rolls and a bottle of chilled tap water are provided free of charge. Yes, free.
After an aperitif and an explanation of how the straightforward menu system works, we opted for three each, which were: sea-fresh Zeeland oysters (from the specials board), filet of smoked trout, lightly curried beef and sweet potato in a pastry tart (also from the special's board), baked Dover sole, blood sausage (black pudding, sausage style and made to a family recipe), and a parmesan mousse served with a balsamic syrup and thinly rolled wafers. In addition, we ordered a portion of hand-cut potatoes, which were flavoured with rosemary.
Without exception, every dish was superb.
A quick comment about the wines: too many restaurants "forget" that house wines should be a refection of the quality of the establishment as a whole and instead they offer "cheap plonk" to customers. Bistro 9, however, takes great pride in its wine selection and the house red – Cuvée Laborie Carignan Rouge Vieilles Vignes Languedoc (South of France) – is not only outstanding, but at €18.50 a bottle it represents unquestionably good value for money.
So, two aperitifs, six excellent dishes, one side order of potatoes, one bottle of superb house wine and complimentary bread and bottle of tap water. Total cost: €88.25. Great!
We liked our first experience of Bistro 9 very much indeed. The food is great, the service can't be faulted, and the environment is cosy and classy all at the same time. We recommend it highly and for sure, we'll be back.