Generally, we don’t do chain restaurants, but sometimes you can not have enough copies of a concept. The original was founded by Enzo Cecconi in London’s Mayfair in 1978 and it has been a regular feature of Soho House’s success story since 2005. This international members club recently opened its doors in Amsterdam. Such a blessing for all non-members that this part of the iconic building is public. The retractable glazed ceiling with hanging gardens create an Italian courtyard feel. The horseshoe-shaped bar with un impeccably dressed bartenders is the beating heart. Besides the hand-made pasta and Northern-Italian dishes you have to go here because of the super friendly service. Choose for a comfortable low chair or opt for the formal dining area. Also a nice spot for a Negroni with Italian bites or a lavish Sunday brunch.