Floating Restaurant Sea Palace - Amsterdam
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In a city famous for its floating buildings, one of the prettiest and most charming constructions on water is a tribute to Chinese architecture and home to some fine Chinese cuisine. Built in 1984, this large and imposing restaurant can host 700 guests at a time. Step into the Sea Palace Restaurant and be transported to the grandeur of China, its famous cuisine and still watch the splendors of Amsterdam just outside your window!
Situated in the Oosterdok very close to Centraal Station, the beautiful and traditionally-built restaurant is hard to miss. Its vibrant colors reflect in the waters, and after sundown it glows with a million lights. The great selection of food and drinks is bound to impress you and your friends, who might just feel like an honored guest at a royal banquet.
On the Menu
The Sea Palace offers a wide range of cuisines which can be found above on the 2 menu's. There is one menu available for Dim Sum and there is the A La Carte menu which includes all your favourite and most popular Chinese dishes and will suit all tastes and budgets.
Two VIP rooms offer an exclusive dining experience for small gatherings of 10 to large groups of a 100. If you're dreaming of a Chinese wedding in the heart of Europe, you'd be hard pressed to find a better venue! The Sea Palace also caters and hosts authentic Chinese weddings, promising to take care of every detail for you, right from the invitation cards.
An experience to remember
The Sea Palace ticks all the boxes in terms of location, appearance, grandeur and cuisine. If you're a fan of Chinese food and are looking to splurge, there's every reason to pamper yourself at Sea Palace.
Monday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 11:00pm
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