At the very same place where Napoleon once received the keys of Amsterdam, you can now enjoy delicious dishes served on the Serax collections Dusk by Martine Keirsebilck and Surface by Sergio Herman.
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Until early in the twentieth century 'Herberg het Regthuys', an inn on the city boundary between Amsterdam and Watergraafsmeer, had a double function. Visitors who arrived late, and found the city gates of Amsterdam closed, could spend the night there. In addition, the building also served as a court house, and the penalties that were imposed there were quite severe. In October 1811, the mayor of Amsterdam presented Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte with the silver keys of the city on a velvet cushion in Het Regthuys. Today you can taste and experience this rich history when the friendly waiters of restaurant Jacobsz serve you the culinary delights of the chef on the Serax tableware Surface by Sergio Herman and Dusk by Martine Keirsebilck.

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Restaurant Jacobsz is named after Caspar Philips Jacobszoon, the designer of the beautifully restored monumental building with its characteristic dome tower from 1777 in the trendy district of Amsterdam East. The interior was decorated by the renowned interior duo Nicemakers, whose choice for yellow and mustard tones was inspired by the exclusive dishes of the chefs of Jacobsz. The unique location and the homely atmosphere created by the open kitchen that fills an entire wall provides Jacobsz with a timeless look. The exclusive space for events on the upper floor, complete with whisky and cigar lounge, and the private terrace for late afternoon drinks in the sun or a dinner with a larger group under the stars take it up another notch. And the delicious dishes that are beautifully arranged on the plates of the Serax collections Surface and Dusk make this indulgence of the senses complete.

 

Photography by Daniëlle Reizevoort ( https://www.instagram.com/dochtervandechef/ ) 

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