Myrabelle   eet- en drinkcafé

friendly and unpretentious eatery and pub


Myrabelle has an authentic oak bar at which drinks are served by the bartenders.

Cosy bar/restaurant located in a small canal house that dates back to 1694.

Great small bar

Myrabelle has an easy going and relaxing atmosphere where you can sit downstairs, upstairs or outside. The kitchen is downstairs and food comes up by a food lift dumb waiter.

With home-cooked food and local drinks and spirits (like jenever), this place is classic Amsterdam.

Its visitors are mostly locals, not that many tourists. The café is named after Myra, the first owner's wife.


Myrabelle is located in the Canal Belt of Amsterdam, on the corner of Vijzelgracht and Prinsengracht.

On the menu  

  • Chicken satay with homemade satay sauce
  • Shrimp croquettes
  • Fish and Chips
  • Spare ribs
  • Myrabelle Beefburger
  • Schnitzel
  • Tarte tatin

Dishes are served between 12:00 and 22:00.

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