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Web Design:  craiglovelidge.com

Table for two?

Group of four, or more?

 

Choose from 3/4/5 or 6 courses, accompanied by fine affordable wines.

 

Graham's culinary style is based on pure flavours, with exciting combinations,

often created with a clever British twist.

 

At Graham's Kitchen, you are always warmly welcomed.

 

Relax in a calm atmosphere while enjoying the superb flavours and presentation of each culinary delight.

 

The attentive and friendly service makes dining pleasurable and effortless.

 

From working lunches to romantic dinners, or a group of friends or family celebrating a landmark occasion, Graham and his team make it their duty to give you a memorable experience 

 

Graham and his team work as much as possible with organic, sustainable, local suppliers who share their passion for food.
 
Their organic vegetables are grown in the Amsterdam area, and their fair trade coffee comes from "Pure Africa".


For every cup you drink, you contribute to the businesses of Rwandese coffee farmers through a microcredit program.

 

An aperitif to open up 

your palate, a long drink to chill and relax or a digestif to round off your meal, the bar is stocked with a crafted selection of drinks from around the globe.

 

From the German beer on tap to the Liverpool Gin from Graham's hometown, there is always a drink to match your mood.

 

By the glass or by the bottle.

 

Affordable wines that taste like a Grand Cru yet cost way less.

On a hot sunny day or warm Summer evening, The Terrace is an inviting place to be seated.


For dinner or just drinks, the relaxed vibe in this peaceful little corner of De Pijp is a charming way to while away your time.

 

Created by Karen Shepherd, an interior designer for Nike, the mural depicts a mix of Amsterdam and Liverpool with a hint of craziness thrown in for good measure. Karen only wanted to paint the artwork at night as that was when her creative side came out. 

Every morning when Graham arrived at the restaurant, he would worry about how the mural was coming along, especially when he saw the legs in the air, but in the end, he was very happy with the final result.

"It’s like Marmite" says Graham, "You either love it or hate it".