Last week, we sat down with Malin + Goetz co-founder Andrew Goetz to get the scoop on the stylish duo’s travel tips. We couldn’t let him off the hook, though, without getting a peek into their little black book of favourite on-the-road places to eat, drink, sleep and shop in Amsterdam, plus his top restaurants in London, Los Angeles and New York.
ANDREW GOETZ’S INSIDER ADDRESS BOOK
I used to live in Amsterdam, so it’s always a place I love to return to. This year, the Rijksmuseum and De Stedelijk Museum have both just emerged from massive renovations. There are lots of great places to stay in Amsterdam – I really like the Exchange and The Dylan. If you want something really unique, the Droog offers an amazing room.
There are so many great restaurants, too. One of my favourites is a Chinese restaurant simply called Sichuan Food on the Reguliersdwarsstraat in the center. I also like Zuid Zeeland on the Herengracht and De Reiger on the Nieuwe Leliestraat in the Jordaan. And I can never pass up a brootje haring (herring sandwich) from a local fish vendor.
Rijksmuseum 1 Jan Luijkenstraat, 1071 CJ Amsterdam (+31 20 674 7000)
De Stedelijk Museum 10 Museumplein, 1071 DJ Amsterdam (+31 20 573 2911)
Exchange 50 Damrak, 1012 LL Amsterdam (+31 20 523 0080)
The Dylan 384 Keizersgracht, 1016 GB Amsterdam (+31 20 530 2010)
Droog 7b Staalstraat, 1011 JJ Amsterdam (+31 20 523 5059)
Sichuan Food 35 Reguliersdwarsstraat, 1017 BK Amsterdam (+31 20 626 9327)
Zuid Zeeland 413 Herengracht, 1017 BP Amsterdam (+31 20 624 31 54)
De Reiger 34a Nieuwe Leliestraat, 1015 ST Amsterdam (+31 20 624 7426)
FAVOURITE INTERNATIONAL EATS
London St John: Fergus Henderson’s love letter to lesser known cuts of meat (left)
26 St John Street, London EC1M 4AY (+44 (0)20 3301 8069)
Los Angeles Angelini Osteria: forward-thinking yet traditional Italian in Mid-Wilshire
7313 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90036 (+1 323 297 0070)
New York I Sodi: stylish West Village Tuscan enoteca-style eatery
105 Christopher Street, New York, NY 10014 (+1 212 414 5774)