This is one of the coolest bar/restaurants you’ll find in East Amsterdam. Opened as a public bathhouse in 1942, it was finally closed in 1980s when it apparently became more common for locals to bathe in their own homes. Today its hip design attracts fans of good style as well as good food and drink and its patrons can enjoy lunch and dinner not to mention tasty cocktails and uncommon beers like Texels and Jopen. The seats by the fireplace are highly coveted in the winter, while the purple tables and chairs sandwiched between ivy-covered columns on the terrace are always full on sunny days. The food ranges from salads and its signature Aberdeen Angus burger to rib-eye steaks and rabbit stew. A kids menu is also available.