Picture this: You're surrounded by high glass walls, beautiful flourishing gardens blooming with flowers, ripe melons, juicy tomatoes and interwoven vines as tall as the eye can see. It may sound like a description of the Secret Garden, but really you're at De Kas, the Amsterdam greenhouse-turned-restaurant concept bringing new meaning to farm-to-fork.
The menu changes with the seasons, which goes along with their anti-supermarket mentality. Each dish is crafted from crops harvested that same day, ensuring simple freshness that lends an air of artwork to each perfectly picked ingredient in each of the dishes. Read More