Dear Customers.


As a formal government measure to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus in The Netherlands, all restaurants, including Graham’s Kitchen, have been forced to close until at least May 20th 2020. 

As you know, Graham’s Kitchen is an independent restaurant and a local Amsterdam business. We operate because we have a passion for quality food and hand-picked wines. Closing the restaurant doors hurts us in so many ways, from the community of customers we serve, to the local vendors who supply all the fresh ingredients we cook with. 

Even though the restaurant is closed, the KITCHEN is remaining open Wednesday-Sunday   (closed Monday and Tuesday) from 6pm - 9:00pm, operating a free delivery (3km radius) & takeaway service comprised of a selected takeaway menu made from Graham’s favourite dishes.

You can order dishes by emailing:

info@grahamskitchen.amsterdam or calling 020 364 2560 

Payment can be made via “Tikkie” or PIN at your door. 

We look forward to making you a delicious dinner.

Thank you and stay safe.

The Team at Graham’s Kitchen

TAKEAWAY

& FREE DELIVERY

(3km Radius enquire if further away)

18:00-21:30

WED - SUN

A special thank you to Craigology for the speed to get our initiative onto our website plus the swift work getting the new takeaway menu in place for our customers to order from.

 

Born and raised in Liverpool (England), Chef Graham Mee has worked in the UK and Holland in various Michelin-starred restaurants including:

 

Le Restaurant * (Amsterdam)

't Brouwerskolkje ** (Bloemendaal)

Le Gavroche (London)

 

Graham's creative flair is evident with every dish he prepares and serves. 

His hospitable personality shines through from the moment you enter the restaurant. A true English Gent, Graham is as humble and friendly as they come.

DE PIJP + GRAHAM'S KITCHEN

 

A short tram ride (tram 4) from Centraal Station takes you directly into one of the most cosmopolitan and vibrant districts of Amsterdam, the area known as “De Pijp”.

 

Formerly a working class quarter built to ease the overpopulated “Jordaan" in the 19th century and to house labourers,

De Pijp as Amsterdammers know it today is, without doubt, a melting pot of cultures, nationalities and urban beauty.

 

The young & old, students, artists, professionals and families have all chosen to make De Pijp their happy home.

 

Graham’s Kitchen is nestled perfectly into this idyllic area. Close to the Amstel River and the Sarphatipark, the restaurant is just a short walk from Van Woustraat and is situated on the corner of Hemonystraat and Tweede Jan Steenstraat.

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