City Cuisine Style Michelin Stars Elite Traveler Andy Hayler


Style / Ambiance: Hotel Okura doesn’t just boast one Michelin-starred restaurant, it has two, and Yamazato is very much the premier Japanese eatery in the Dutch capital.

Designed to represent a 16th century Japanese tea house, the staff are suitable attired in kimonos and the Sukiya architectural style encourages diners to focus on the food on offer. The restaurant has a traditional Japanese Tatami Room for a more classical approach to eating, and there are a number of private rooms for hire, as well as a Japanese garden. The food is Japanese Haute Cuisine, and as is often the case with Japanese restaurants, the wine and saki lists are extensive.

Masanori Tomikawa, Executive Chef

+ 31 20 678 8351

Hotel Okura, Ferdinand Bolstraat 333, 1072