On Friday we had lunch at the amazing restaurant De Kas. This place is absolutely worth a visit if you´re in town, and are looking for delicious organic food served in a stunning environment.
They have converted a unique high glass building into a restaurant and nursery. Situated in Frankendael Park, between the Rembrandt Tower and the nineteenth century facades of Watergraafsmeer, De Kas is an oasis of calm for the fifty-thousand guests who dine there each year; either in the breathtaking dining room designed by Piet Boon, or - if weather permits - outside in the herb garden.
// Images: De Kas and Nina Holst //