Floating Restaurant Sea Palace: Shared Dining

Restaurant Sea Palace is hard to miss when you visit Amsterdam. The huge Chinese boat, close to Central Station and the biggest library in the city: OBA, has been a famous sight in the city centre since 1984. My friends love the dim sum at this restaurant and are big fans of a sunday hangover lunch here. I did not try the popular dim sum yet, but will be testing the shared dining concept on this first visit!

Sea Palace

I always thought this restaurant was packed with Chinese tourists. But if the Chinese love their own kitchen here, than the food must be good right?!

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We are seated at a large round table with a rotating plate in the middle. Love it! We go crazy with some Instagram Boomerangs and than we attack, like we didn’t eat for a week. Oops.. Lobster, Chinese mushrooms, Cantonese, spicy meat dishes and delicious desserts. The absolute favorite of the night: the Peking Duck rolled in little pancakes. Yumm!

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Sea Palace, Oosterdokskade 8, Amsterdam
http://www.seapalace.nl

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