Part of the international vegan restaurant chain, this family-run Loving Hut is spotless clean, bright and spacious.
Located in the Bos en Lommer neighborhood, in the west of Amsterdam, the restaurant isn’t far from Tuinpark (Garden Park).
The menu offers mainly Asian dishes but also a selection of Dutch & international favorites such as Broodje kroket (literally croquette sandwich), warm sandwiches or burgers. There is quite a lot to choose from. You can have a look at the full menu down below. Aside from the fixed menu, there is a board with specials & newcomers.
The food was very good. We had the samosas, small fried bites with sweet and sour sauce, and the deliciously crispy cheese soufflé for starters. Then we had the Nasi (fried rice) & Bami (fried noodles) with saté skewers. The skewers had a perfect texture and the sauce tasted great. We shared a slice of their chocolate brownie pie with berries and jam for dessert. Heaven !
The service was quick, friendly and professional. The food looked beautiful. They put up a free water jug for everyone and lit a candle on every table. It’s all in the details.
Pros : Great food, good prices, friendly service.
Cons : Not very central.
Budget : Around 10€ for mains. 3.5€ for small bites. 15-18€ for a full meal with a main course, first course/dessert and a drink.
Opening hours : Tuesday – Friday : 12-3 pm & 5-9 pm. Saturday – Sunday : 4-9 pm. Mondays closed.
Address : 334 Admiraal de Ruijterweg, 1055 MZ Amsterdam
How to get there : From the center, take Tram 14, Bus 21 or Bus 80 to Amsterdam, Bos en Lommerweg. The ride takes about 15-20 minutes and the stop is just around the corner from the restaurant (1-2 min walk). Bus 21 from Central Station will get you there the quickest.
Website : www.facebook.com/lovinghutamsterdam