tribeca invites...

With 'At the Chef's Table' in 2018 we brought the best Dutch chefs together. And we will literally push the boundaries in 2019. Three international chefs wil join our chef Sobecki behind the stove. A special collaboration, with colleagues that he greatly admires. European star chefs, each with their own local specialties and flavors from the local culinary menu. Together with the Tribeca team, these top chefs will spoil you with an exclusive and one-off menu, in which the signature of both chefs is clearly to taste. Tribeca Invites... you!

Saturday May 18th

Modest Amaro - Atelier Amaro*, Poland

Modest Amaro is head chef and owner of Atelier Amaro in Poland. In 2013 his Atelier Amaro was awarded a Michelin Star – the first ever in the history of Poland. His unique style of Cooking, pioneering vision on contemporary Polish cuisine has won him International recognition and many prestigious awards. 
He is the author of bestseller ‘Polish Cuisine of XXI century’ and ‘Nature of Polish Cuisine’ cookbooks.

Sunday June 23rd

Tim Boury, Restaurant Boury**, Belgium

The former right-hand man of Sergio Herman opened his own restaurant at the age of 28. Barely a year later he received his first Michelin star. In 2013, he was voted Best Young Chef of the Year in Flanders by Gault & Millau. In 2017, he won the title of Chef of the Year and received a second Michelin star. In his restaurant Boury, Tim opts for classic gastronomy and leaves his mark on dishes that excel in technology, refinement and lightness. He gives a creative twist to seasonal regional dishes.

Monday September 19th (sold out)

Christian Bau, Victor’s Fine Dining By Christian Bau***, Germany

“Doing it simple is easy, it has to be perfect.” This nature of Christian Bau is also reflected in his kitchen: precise, hung up on perfection and warmly. Christian Bau takes his guests on a culinary journey. The three-star chef already found his culinary since a long time, yet he is still experimenting today. It was the classic, French cuisine, which blessed him with three Michelin Stars from 2005 on. This French cuisine now has got Asian influences with Japanese products playing a central role.

prices

keukenkamer

12 course menu, all inclusive*

€ 285,-

12 course menu, all inclusive*, non alcohol

€ 225,-

restaurant

8 course menu, all inclusive*

€ 225,-

8 course menu, all inclusive*, non alcohol

€ 195,-

*Apritif and amuses, wine and water arrangement and cofee or tea service.

reserve

Reservations can be made via our regular reservations module