Restaurant Vermeer

Restaurant Vermeer is a restaurant located in the NH Barbizon Palace hotel at the Prins Hendrikkade in Amsterdam, Netherlands. It is a fine dining restaurant that received its first Michelin star in 1993. It later lost and regained its star, then scored two stars in 2003.

Vermeer
Restaurant information
Owner(s) NH Hoteles
Head chef Christopher Naylor
Rating Michelin Guide
Street address Prins Hendrikkade 59-72
City Amsterdam
Country Netherlands
Website http://restaurantvermeer.nl/en/

The restaurant occupies (parts of) four of the nineteen 17th-century houses and fifteenth-century chapel that make up the NH Barbizon Palace hotel.[1]

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Over the years Restaurant Vermeer had several Head chefs:

  • Gert-Jan Hageman, 1993[2]
  • Ron Schouwenburg, 1994-1997[3]
  • Edwin Kats, 1997-2000[4][5]
  • Pascal Jalhaij, 2001-2004[6][7]
  • Christopher Naylor, 2004 to present[8]

1993-2000: one star[9][10]
2001: no stars[11]
2002: one star[12]
2003-2004: two stars[13]
2005-2007: one star[14][15]
2008-2010: no stars[16]
2011-2012: one star[17][18]

Because Michelin awards its stars to the head chef, a restaurant normally loses its stars when a head chef leaves.[citation needed]

  1. Nh Barbizon Palace
  2. “Eerste Michelin-ster voor Chinees”. De Telegraaf (in Dutch). 10 February 1993. Retrieved 3 February 2012.
  3. Linkedin
  4. Chef David Gilbert
  5. Edwin Kats
  6. Pascal Jalhaij
  7. (in Dutch)Jalhaij neemt sleutelfiguren Vermeer mee
  8. Chef de Cuisine
  9. Brandligt, Vivie (19 June 2007). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 1991-1996]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  10. Brandligt, Vivie (30 March 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 1997 t/m 2000”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 1997-2000]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  11. Brandligt, Vivie (30 March 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 2001 t/m 2005”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2001-2005]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  12. Brandligt, Vivie (30 March 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 2001 t/m 2005”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2001-2005]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  13. Brandligt, Vivie (30 March 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 2001 t/m 2005”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2001-2005]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  14. Brandligt, Vivie (30 March 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 2001 t/m 2005”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2001-2005]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  15. Brandligt, Vivie (1 May 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 2006 t/m 2011”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2006-2011]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  16. Brandligt, Vivie (1 May 2012). “Historisch overzicht Michelinsterren 2006 t/m 2011”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2006-2011]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  17. Brandligt, Vivie (22 November 2010). “Totaaloverzicht Michelinsterren 2011”[Historical overview Dutch Michelin stars 2011]. Misset Horeca (in Dutch). Retrieved 12 January 2013.
  18. (in Dutch)Totaaloverzicht Michelinsterren 2012 Last visited 29 November 2011
Michelin starred restaurants in the region Amsterdam (historically highest rating)
Two star restaurants
One star restaurants
See also

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