A small café with peaceful terrace located in Amsterdam's oldest building (from 1306).
De Koffieschenkerij ('The Coffee Parlor') is situated in a part of De Oude Kerk that was built in 1515. The walls, ceiling, paintings and floor remind you that you are in a place that breathes a rich history.
Adjacent to the bar is the Rembrandt Room, where painter Rembrandt van Rijn took out the banns with Saskia van Uylenburgh in 1634.
Idyllic courtyard terrace
Drinking coffee or having a lunch at this historic site is a unique experience. When the weather is fine you could also sit outside in the monastery garden.
The inconspicuous courtyard terrace is one of the best kept secrets of the city. In an oasis of tranquility you'll have a great view over Oudezijds Voorburgwal canal.