Restaurant Bridges has been totally redesigned. French interior designer Christophe Daudré has turned this modern seafood restaurant in Sofitel Legend The Grand Amsterdam into an even more inviting, elegant and convivial dining hotspot. The festive opening took place on Monday, 31 August.
While Paris is famous for its Eiffel Tower, tourists come to Amsterdam to see its canals. Michelin star Restaurant Bridges is located on the oldest canal in Amsterdam where the movement and reflections of the water were the source of inspiration for the designer in charge of this project. The result is an intimate atmosphere in what used to be the cafeteria of the former city hall.
A highly acclaimed designer
The interior design was created especially for Bridges. The comfortable seating came from Daudré himself. The mirrored panels decorated with gold and metal were created by German haute couture mural designer, Susanne Köhl. The gracefully elegant lamps were devised by Ombre Portée (designer duo: Éric de Dormael and Agathe Tiret), a firm with clients such as Chanel and Galeries Lafayette in Paris.
Excellence for all Amsterdammers
The new Bridges is proof that even a Michelin star restaurant can provide a very relaxed dining experience. Bridges is the place where every Amsterdammer feels at home: a restaurant with good service, hospitality and conviviality. A place to enjoy the spectacular pairings of seafood and wine created by another winning pair: Chef de Cuisine, Bobby Rust and the recently appointed Wine Director, Lotte Wolf. Bridges: a dining experience to delight all senses.
Bridges, inspired by Ron Blaauw
Oudezijds Voorburgwal 197
1012 EX Amsterdam