About the restaurant Cafe AMOI
Café AMOI is an Indonesian eatery offering authentic food and drinks. A place to meet, drink and eat. For the day dreamer, sassy drinker and food lover.
Average à la carte price
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
- €4.00Half bottle of mineral water
- €2.00Bottle of mineral water
- €4.00Glass of wine
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.
How to get to the restaurant Cafe AMOI
How to get there?
- Public transportsTram & Bus
- Credit Card , Visa
- Bar , Open sunday
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
Value for price
- Meal date : 13 Jan 2018
Very nice Indonesian restaurant
Jannemiek E.(0 review)
- Meal date : 29 Dec 2017
Really great food and the shared dining concept is nice. Would be even better if the food was a bit more spicy. Staff was very friendly.
Alison M.(0 review)
- Meal date : 19 Dec 2017
Great service. Lovely food and drinks. The place was very busy but the service was still good.
- Meal date : 1 Dec 2017
Nice little restaurant in de Kinkerstraat, which is in the West side of Amsterdam. They serve small dishes that you can share.. 4-5 plates for 2 and 7-8 plates for 3 people is enough, they cook Indonesian, but with a bit of a Dutch-a-fied flavour, if you know what I mean.. but nevertheless still all very delicious! There are two floors and a bar in the middle.. dont sit in the back downstairs, as it will be a bit harder for staff to see you and order - especially on a busy Friday night. Besides that they serve beers, wines and they serve some cocktails too, I had one with coconut milk & gin, not really recommended one..
- Meal date : 25 Oct 2017
Awesome food. Waiters could be more precise. They brought the wrong beer twice and never brought the tap water I ordered. Overall it’s a great place and I will definitely go back.
- Meal date : 2 Sep 2017
Great food, quick service, only Rendang was not very good, too mainstream. But Cumi cumi and Ikan pepesan were great!