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Steps away from the riotous bars, coffeeshops, and clothing stores where several major canals meet the river Amstel, Flore is an oasis you’ll want to dress up for. Lunch and dinner tasting menus are hyper-seasonal, like the springtime Botanic menu focused solely on plants: an entire kohlrabi stalk with local wasabi, bites of pumpkin chawanmushi, bee pollen-dusted mochi, and herbs and flowers like dune foot and nasturtium. Nab an aperitif at Freddy’s Bar, since you’ll pass through it (they’re both located in the De L’Europe hotel) and try to book table #1 or #4 (of 11) by the windows overlooking the canals. Service goes above and beyond the typically straightforward Dutch sentiment, and you might even get taken into the kitchen for a course. 

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