depuis 1987

Café Luxembourg was established in the early eighties. Already renowned right from the start, it joined the select group of high-end Grand Cafés in the City of Amsterdam.

Café Luxembourg, famous in Amsterdam and around the globe. Almost all visitors find their way to this attractive cafe. By recommendation of many travel guides as ‘must see’. Or just by a lucky chance, strolling along the charming streets. Café Luxembourg is an illustrious oasis amid the dynamic city life of Amsterdam. Its unique veranda-of-thousand-windows sheds new light on the art of ‘people watching’.

brasserie

Guests receive a warm welcome in our stylish Brasserie. To enjoy a wholesome breakfast, a delicious lunch or a gratifying dinner, prepared with the utmost attention.
Café Luxembourg celebrates the power of tradition and superior modesty: as co-inventor it introduced the highly acclaimed Garnalencroquet of Patisserie Holtkamp to the Amsterdam catering industry. The Bitterbal is also on the menu; the best in town, by the same quality bakery.
Café Luxembourg, an invitation to savour life’s pleasures.

bon appétit!

A special breakfast. A well-deserved lunch. A delicious three-course dinner. Café Luxemburg’s team is ready all day to serve impressive dishes and tasty appetizers. Our artisan kitchen is rooted in the authentic French brasserie, perfected by a fresh new wave of Dutch inspiration. Holtkamp’s Croquet – the Croquet that needs no introduction – is our all-time favourite, attracting connaisseurs of taste from all over The Netherlands and beyond. Have an energizing lunchbreak exploring the streets of Amsterdam. Enjoy a drink or relish a copious meal… ‘Café Luxembourg, happy to oblige!’

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Menu Food

santé!

Café Luxembourg serves local brews and liquors and international signature brands.
Every single tea leaf of Senza tea is lovingly mixed, tasted and packaged in Amsterdam. Pure tea, inspired by its rich history of 5000 years. Try our world-renowned jenever – universally called ‘gin’ –, invented by the one and only Lucas Bols, established since 1575 in the capital of The Netherlands. Our appreciated neighbour Damrak distills and delivers ‘The best Dam gin’, authentic Amsterdam liquor on top of the Luxembourg list.
How about a caffe latte or ristretto? Savour the finest mélanges of Italian coffee, created by Caffe Lavazza, the company that supports sustainable coffee production.
Our splendid beers on tap do justice to the age-old art of brewing. We mix dazzling cocktails. We pour excellent wines and indulge our dear guests in a flow of exquisite Tattinger champagne.

Menu Drinks

reservations

Reservations can be made via The Fork form.
After choosing a day and time, the reservation is confirmed immediately.

 

If you want to book for a large group or if you have other special wishes?
Please call +31 20 620 62 64 or send an email to cafe@luxembourg.nl and we’ll contact you soon.

 

We do not reserve for the terrace.

Large and Small Groups

Café Luxembourg offers ideal accomodations for large and small groups of guests. The perfect ambience to enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks.
In the back of the café a beautiful long wooden bar invites to sit down, order a drink of choice and start meaningful conversations. The platform presents a romantic view of the Singel, light flooding through large windows and stained glass. This area of the Grand Café is specifically suited for large gatherings.

Reception and celebrations

Any questions about the facilities? The menu? Reservations? Any arrangement is possible in Café Luxembourg. There are many options. Just ask. We’ll answer your questions gladly.
Please call +31 20 620 62 64 or send an email to cafe@luxembourg.nl and we’ll contact you soon.

location

Spui 24
1012 XA Amsterdam
The Netherlands

Until 1425, the Spui was the southern border of Amsterdam. It had a discharge sluice to siphon the excess water from the canals to the outside water and to prevent flooding from outside. Before the construction of the canal belt, the Spui was drained.
It didn’t stay “dry” for long: In 1670, our neighbor café Hoppe was opened.
Furthermore, the Spui is home to the best bookshop (Athenaeum), the Begijnhof, and the University of Amsterdam (Maagdenhuis anno 1787, originally a Catholic girls’ orphanage).
A stone’s throw away is the charming shopping area ‘de 9 Straatjes’ and the major shopping streets such as Kalverstraat and Leidsestraat.

how to reach us

Tram

Tram 4, 14 en 24, Rokin stop.
Tram 2 and 12, Koningsplein stop.

Metro

Metro North-South line, Rokin stop.

Car

Parking garage Rokin Amsterdam.

Boat

Various tour boats and water taxis stop nearby.