If you like handmade pasta, we highly recommended a newly opened restaurant Cecconi’s in Amsterdam.

The restaurant is placed on the ground floor of the Soho House Hotel in the city centre.

The Cecconi’s restaurant opened recently in Amsterdam so we went there to try it out as we have been already in Cecconi’s in Barcelona and we love it.

The restaurant is modern and they serve classic Italian food with handmade pasta, pizza and dishes from Northern Italy.

We started dinner with nice cocktails.

The dinner itself began with a few starters. We chose wood fired Pizza with Black truffle and goat cheese and Fried squid (Calamari fritti).

Both delicious😋😋.

Pizza with Black truffle and goat cheese

 

Calamari Fritti

Since they make handmade pasta, of course, we had to try😉.

The next dish was Agnolotti del plin with Black truffle. We already had this dish in Barcelona Cecconi’s and it is my personal favourite.

Agnolotti del plin with Black truffle

The next dish was 1kg of Fiorentina steak. It is huge and you need to share it with at least one person. It comes with potatoes and delicious sauce.

It was amazing! 🥩🥩👌

Fiorentina steak

Despite the fact that we were already very full, we wanted to try Tiramisu to finish the evening with something sweet🍰

Overall, we had a great experience and we will come back! (definitely for the Agnolotti del plin😉)

So try it out and enjoy the experience with great Italian food.

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