Supperclub, Amsterdam

4.5 out of 5 stars 10 Reviews

Jonge Roelensteeg 21 - 1012 PL Amsterdam +31-20-3446400

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  • Supperclub - Behind closed doors
    Supperclub - Behind closed doors
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  • Beds
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  • Dj and VJ
    Dj and VJ
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  • Supperclub: Good for one time experience

    by Robin020 Written Sep 26, 2014

    Anything can happen at supperclub

    supperclub is a restaurant, cocktailbar, club, gallery and experimental free state all rolled into one whether it's in Istanbul, Amsterdam, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London or Dubai.

    Owner Bert van der Leden explains, “Every single visit to supperclub is a unique experience. Whether it’s the food, music, performances, art, music, personnel or guests themselves, at supperclub everything revolves around stimulating your senses and releasing your creativity.”
    You don’t sit at a table, but enjoy your food on oversized white beds with your shoes off. Cozy, informal and the perfect way to forget about table etiquette and to simply indulge in the good vibes! The best part? No-one complains about crumbs in bed.

    supperclub originated in Amsterdam and has grown into a globally successful phenomenon with franchises worldwide.

    Have fun, eat, listen, dance and enjoy your evening. Nothing is obligatory. Everything's possible. Be yourself and anything can happen to you, at supperclub!"

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    Supperclub Cruise: Clubbing, lounging and dining while you sail

    by Charlotte121 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Lie down in this ship, order the surprise menu, listen to the dj, enjoy the artists and performers. With the large white room (the soft pillows are one-size-fits-all!), La Salle Neige, where you recline to dine. Le Bar Noir is on board too.

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    Supperclub: Members Only

    by pieter_jan_v Updated Nov 22, 2008

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    An ususal dinner experience, that's what owner Bert van der Leden calls his place.
    This is far more than just a restaurant. Food, music, performances, art and the staff guarantee all your senses will be tickled.

    Supperclub started as wild parties. The present club is more streamlined, but tends to hold the old underground vibes.

    Before visiting you have to become a member; see the website.

    Supperclub - Behind closed doors

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    Supperclub: Dinner at Supperclub

    by william_navigator Written Jan 2, 2006

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    Combine a club and a restaurant and you get something like this. Dine reclining on a bed with pillows and listen to a DJ spin the hits. Hip atmosphere and hip crowd (hopefully) will make it an enjoyable night.

    Hours: Sunday - Thursday 20:00 - 1:00 Friday Saturdays open till 3:00. Stay in the lounge/bar until the restaurant opens. 65 Euros for the 5 course dinner.

    Favorite Dish: Menu changes from week to week.

    Dancing the food off Beds and Tables Beds Dj and VJ

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    Supper Club: Trendy and Cool

    by gazzerooni Written Dec 27, 2005

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    The supperclub is definitely an experience.
    You must be there at half seven in the evening. You are brought into a bar area which is all red. Behind this area is an all-white room where all the diners sit having their drinks.
    At eight on the nose the host comes down to the bar and announces that we are all to go to the dining area.
    You enter a large white room with two levels of beds along each side. Everyone removes their shoes and is shown to their bed.
    The menu is set but is amazing. We had a beautiful salad followed by a mushroom soup with prawns. This was followed by a small grilled tuna steak and then later by rack of lamb. Finally there was a berry crumble with ice-cream. all very tasty and all for €60.
    The service was great. we all agreed that it was a night to remember. There was a dj playing music all night. Also theer was a massseuse wandering about giving massage for half an hour for €15.
    Supperclub is amazing because everyone arrives at the same time so there is a great atmosphere from the start. I would recommend this place for anyone looking for a cool evening out with a difference.

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    supper club cruise: no menu!

    by duvetray Updated Nov 23, 2005

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    good alternative to the original supper club, dj in the background, chilled out lounge sofas, open planned toilets with great views of the dam through the portholes! great for people watching, guests full of self importance but in a comical way (captain's of industry!)
    an experience, a full night out, boat set off at around 7-8 & re-dock's at around midnight.

    Favorite Dish: no menu, the only choice you get is vegetarian or non-vegetarian! then over about four hours you are presented with up to seven courses!

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    • Food and Dining
    • Cruise

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    The Supperclub: Absolute indulgence

    by Jackofhearts Written Nov 18, 2004

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    If you have a sizable budget, enjoy relaxing electronic music, sumptuous 5 course meals, good wine, and getting massaged while you sample all of the above- THE SUPPERCLUB will blow you away. It is lined with wall to wall BEDS- yes that's right- BEDS. Reclining on pillows, chilling to beats, eating great fixed menu food off a silver tray, and having your back rubbed by the gorgeous staff- OOOHHHH its heaven. Don't kid yourself though, like everything else that's great about Amsterdam, this is not a cheap experience. I would recommend making a reservation beforehand, and while I thought it was members only on Saturdays, I was able to make a reservation on their website last time I was there. Check beforehand.

    Favorite Dish: The music.
    Plus the menu changes every week.

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    Supperclub: Eating in real comfort

    by Cat1976 Written Feb 3, 2004

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    Blink as you are looking for this place and you will totally miss it. On a side street concealed behind a entrance that would rival the most pretentious of gentlemens clubs in London lies one of the most unique places I have ever been to in my life.

    As you enter a host will lead you downstairs to a bar closely resembling a warmth and darkness last experienced inside the womb (in a nice way, rather then a freaky way)

    You will then be shown to your 'table' where the evenings festivities begin....expect some entertainment, ours was in the form of a seven foot man dressed as a tulip!

    You have to reserve for this place, and then confirm your booking on the day...this can be done on the website or by phone

    Favorite Dish: The menu is a set 5 course meal that was absolutely superb....a fusion of meat and fish that was cooked perfectly and provided just the right amount of food to feel full within feeling uncomfortable (A very real possibility when eating lying down)

    Vegetarian option is also available for the same price

    €50 per person excluding drinks

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    supperclub: supperclub-a complete dining experience

    by guell Updated Apr 29, 2003

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    If you’re into the hip trendy scene, this place is for you. It’s a restaurant and lounge complete with live DJ’s, and a bar in the basement. The dining area walls are white and you sit on beds – very sexy. The theme changes from week to week, and different images are projected onto the walls depending on the theme.

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    supperclub: supperclub-continued...Dinner in Bed

    by guell Written Apr 29, 2003

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    The food is tasty, though like any trendy restaurant, the portions are small and the dishes are overpriced. Yet the crowd, including those who had not passed out after a few hits of their favorite smoke, was surprisingly unpretentious. The cozy bar below is decorated in a similar style complete with mirrors and couches instead of beds.

    Our bed at the supperclub

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