August 25, 2016

An Industrial chic restaurant | Hangar Amsterdam


Living in the Eastern Docklands the former Amsterdam harbour, I do not cross the IJ river to the Amsterdam North area really often but the other day when I was on my way to buy some flowers in a tiny shop at KNSM Island I thought it would be nice to cross the water and finally check out Hangar Amsterdam

The restaurant by Tim Immers, owner of restaurant Moustache (and Studio Pistache, which does ring a bell for you who came to our Blogger dinner maybe) and Jop Pollmann is build out of corrugated sheet and with the look of an old hangar perfectly fitting it's industrial surroundings.


Not only was I amazed how well the colours of the steel were chosen, the lamps, and even the linen tablecloth all perfectly blended together. The interior is designed by Stella Willing is a perfect combination of rawness and style, beautiful chairs and tables with marble tabletops while the mirrored walls, the old wooden cabinet, doors and copper bar with barstools found in Paris bring in some warmth.


Hangar is open for coffee and pie, but also for lunch, dinner and cocktails till late. The terrace has a lounge area with a view on the IJ.

Hangar Amsterdam - Aambeeldstraat 36 - 1021 KB Amsterdam 
Open from 10AM till late
Reservations : Hangar.amsterdam or +31 (0)20 3638657

















This blogpost is also published on my Amsterdam city guide blog 

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2 comments:

*HANNE* said...

It's a very cool place to be!

RailRoad Home said...

Exciting place - love this! I have a very bright memory from visiting a restaurant in the Rotterdam harbour (it was in a big brick house the same house where people gathered before sailing off for America). I absolutely adored and loved this place and even though it is many years ago I often think about wanting to go back. You dont happen to know anything about this restaurant?