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When we started Graham's Kitchen, we simply wanted to cook great food and serve it in a warm, friendly atmosphere.

Since opening, we've been able to do just that and met some great new friends. The attention we've received along the way is something we're hugely thankful for. 

Zwijnen voor de Parels - Graham's Kitchen


Als ik zou moeten gokken, ben ik niet de enige die bij de Engelse keuken alleen maar kan denken aan witte bonen in tomaten saus en als culinair hoogtepunt toch wel de Fish & Chips. Niks blijkt minder waar te zijn! En degene die dit aan Amsterdam gaat vertellen is chef Graham Mee. Geboren en getogen in Liverpool, maar Amsterdam is inmiddels al twintig jaar zijn thuis. Via meerdere sterrenrestaurants is Graham nu bij zijn eigen zaak aanbeland: Graham’s Kitchen. - Read the full review

De Pijp’s Best-Kept Secret: Graham’s Kitchen


Understated and under the radar, Graham’s Kitchen is a culinary enclave down an often overlooked street sandwiched between Van Woustraat and the Amstel River. It was the first properly warm day of the year, so we sat outside at basic tables (no tablecloths) with simple place settings - Read the full review

Dining with Frankie - Graham’s Kitchen


Graham’s Kitchen is a medium sized place made up of a couple rooms.  An open kitchen faces the small wooden tables in one room and I would ask to sit there, just to watch the “show”.  Graham Mee has been a chef at Michelin starred restaurants and opened his own place about a year ago.  He is from Liverpool, England and thus speaks great English and enjoys chatting with his guests.  Tables are fairly close but noise level didn’t seem to be a problem even with the soft music playing in the background.  Service is efficient and super friendly.  It is a 3 – 6 course tasting menu at night with several choices of optional add ons. - Read the full review

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