Canvas – Breathtaking views

Canvas Amsterdam

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Canvas – Breathtaking views

Olya Kartcheva photo

Olya from Amsterdam

Originally from Bulgaria, I have called Amsterdam my home for over a decade...

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Recently, I had the pleasure of visiting Canvas, a restaurant located in the heart of Amsterdam. From the moment I walked in, I was immediately struck by the warm, romantic vibe of the place. Soft lighting and elegant decor created a cozy atmosphere that was both inviting and intimate.

One of the standout features of Canvas is its breathtaking views over Amsterdam. The restaurant is situated on the top floor of a creative hotel, offering panoramic views of the city. As I sat at my table, sipping on a cold glass of the local beer “Funky Falcon” by Two Chefs, and taking in the sights, I couldn’t help but feel completely transported to another world, not realizing the time was passing. You can come here for dinner as well as the menu has a variety of dishes and snacks. Overall, my experience at Canvas in Amsterdam was truly unforgettable. The combination of beautiful views, a romantic atmosphere, and a great selection of drinks made for an enjoyable evening in Amsterdam.

They also organize DJ nights with a lively atmosphere, perfect for a Friday or Saturday. Whether you’re looking for a special date night or a night out with friends, Canvas is a must-visit spot in Amsterdam. So if you’re in the city, be sure to stop by and treat yourself to a fantastic night out! It is easily reachable by metro and a walking distance from the famous Amstel river.

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Olya from Amsterdam

Olya Kartcheva photo

Originally from Bulgaria, I have called Amsterdam my home for over a decade...

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Address

Wibautstraat 150, Amsterdam

Opening Times

Sun - Thu 08:00 - 01:00, Fri - Sat 08:00 - 03:00

Price

Grilled chicken: € 18.50

Website

Last Changed Date: 2016-05-19 11:45:13 +0200 (Thu, 19 May 2016)