Museum Grand Café Restaurant 1e Klas: Restaurant
When Amsterdam awakens, the Café Restaurant is bustling as early as 9:30 in the morning. Its central location is an ideal meeting place for guests and train travellers who want to get a productive start to their morning.

Over breakfast, lunch or dinner, you can choose from a varied and extensive range of items. The menu has a classic look and feel, and we only use daily fresh products.

As Grand Café Restaurant 1e Klas is on the platform, our traditional waiters are specially trained in speed as well as providing the best service. But if you do have time, you can peacefully enjoy the special ambiance and excellent quality of the restaurant.

Museum Grand Café-Restaurant 1e Klas: Kitchen
Our kitchen is internationally oriented and we have an extensive á la carte menu with great menus starting at €25.

The restaurant seats over 150 guests. The dining room is also available for booking private or business events. In addition to our regular menu, we also offer other options which we would be happy to discuss in person.

Interested in our menu? Reservations can also be placed directly online.

Museum Grand Café-Restaurant 1e Klas: Pub
Would you rather just have drinks? The 1e Klas Pub is a stylish meeting area where people can enjoy themselves or catch up together.

The 1e Klas Pub is more than just a meeting area: it is the ideal place for all your organised meetings, with standing receptions for up to 200 guests. Furthermore, you can also host your company party, meeting or dinner here. The interior can of course be altered to accommodate smaller groups, maintaining the warm environment and atmosphere.

Click on Contact to see exactly how to reach the Museum Grand Café Restaurant 1e Klas Pub.

Dinner in the dining room
These authentic waiting rooms, built following a design made by architects P. J. H. Cuypers and A. L. van Gendt, include the Four Seasons 1e Klas Dining room, built in 1881. They offer the opportunity to go back in time and experience what it was like to wait for your train a century ago.

This unique area from the past can now be booked for special private or business events, such as private dining, meetings, presentations or drinks.