Andreas Bonnstraat 46 1091 BA Amsterdam Netherlands Map
Average price €36.00
8,4 /10
56 reviews
54 reviews

About the restaurant Oost

Best piece of Amsterdam

Oost is founded with the idea of offering nice, honest and simple dishes, which are served in an accessible environment. Well, the owners did well. The white kitchen brigade works with biological products and with a small amount of choice on their menu, you can enjoy a quick bite or an extended dinner. Look at their lovely interior inside or try to take a seat in the sun on their beautiful terrace. Enjoy the best meals and a nice glass of wine!

Restaurant prices

Average à la carte price
(average à la carte price based on a two-course meal excluding drinks)
Prices and menu can change. Those prices don't take into account any promotion and are VAT included.

How to get to the restaurant Oost

Opening time

Monday untill Sunday 17:30 - 22:00


  • Credit Card , Mastercard , Visa
  • Privatisable (60 maximum number of guests.)
  • Can be privatized , Pets allowed
Very good
8,4 /10
Only clients who have dined at the restaurant, after booking on TheFork, can leave their opinion.
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3/56 reviews
Anna E.
(2 reviews)
Average Rating
7,5 /10
  • Meal date : 4 Nov 2017
Matige pizza, snel hard/koud, entourage is leuk
5ougo13 .
(3 reviews)
Average Rating
8,8 /10
  • Meal date : 10 Dec 2015
The food was very good! I had the pizza of the day and my boyfriend the ravioli filled with shrimps and dragon sauce. All was very good, fresh and easy to eat. We still had space left for a desert, so we had tiramisu and panna cotta. Home made and not heavy. The service was good, the decoration was simple and cozy. We are very satisfied and we will definitely come back!
Bart P.
(36 reviews)
Average Rating
7 /10
  • Meal date : 4 May 2014
The good thing about working on a construction site in Zeeburg is that I get to bike to work. To keep the commute interesting I try new streets every now and then. Recently my eastbound commute brought me past Restaurant Oost. I noticed it was an Italian place and had huge lights designed by Marcel Wanders inside. That was reason enough to put it on my 'to do' list. Soon after we stopped there after an afternoon at Pure Markt at Frankendaelpark.

It was a sunny sunday evening, and when we arrived the waitress told us they were one person short in the service staff. I like that expectations are managed. We were not in a rush so we didn't mind, as long as glasses of wine were being poured when needed.

The interior is very light and bright, I love the rounded windows they have. The design is pretty minimalistic, showing off 2 sets of Marcel Wanders (crab leg) chandeliers.

The wines were tasty, the place was fully booked and a lot of people came to collect their take away pizza. No rest for the kitchen staff for sure.
Appetizers came after a long but not unpleasant wait: 3 variations of bruschetta. It was a bit dissapointing.
It felt like cantine food, in an Italian restaurant you'd expect a lush and pure version of this classic dish. I think they got the bread from an Italian deli and used canned products from the same deli to make their bruschetta. Personally I prefer it pure and simple. Some sort of bread, fresh delicious tomatoes, good olive oil, basil. That's it.

Main course was a pizza and papardelle con salsiccia, pasta with a spicy italian sausage. This was good, tasted like an italian dish, pure and simple and nothing eclectic. The pizza was perfect. Perfect dough, well baked, delicious toppings. Definitely one of the best pizza's in town.

All in all we enjoyed a good dinner, we will try it out again. Maybe different appetizers next time.

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