Unforgettable Amsterdam Chinese Sichuan Dining Experience

FuLu Mandarijn Amsterdam is one of the best and famous Chinese restaurant in the Netherlands, which has more than 40 years of history. We are located in the heart of Amsterdam and present the most authentic Chinese Sichuan cuisine, which can create a lifelong addiction for you.

Our chefs combine local fresh ingredients and Chinese imported top Sichuan spices with flavours, textures and inventive presentations to excite your taste buds and satisfy your demanding epicure.

The focus of our drink menu has always been on bringing a neighbourhood vibe to the glamour of China. You can taste the most creative cocktails made with Local Dutch spirit and traditional Asian elements.

We believe food tastes better when sharing, therefore we offer the most traditional Chinese dining way- “Share-Dining” in our restaurant.


Culture and Hospitality

We are eager to deliver exceptional dining experiences and introduce Chinese food culture, by providing the authentic Chinese cuisine along with warm hospitality. Meanwhile we establish our vision as to let the overseas Chinese feel like home while away from home, and let the locals comprehend Chinese food culture by dining in FuLu Mandarijn.

With continuous improvement and innovation, FuLu Mandarijn Amsterdam has won the praise of both Chinese and Western guests.

Sichuan Cuisine

Sichuan province is the birthplace of many dishes that are well-received globally. Sichuan food, originated from the Southwestern region of China, is the most widely served cuisine in China itself. The dishes of Sichuan cuisine are known for their deep and rich flavours, especially the taste of Sichuan pepper which is rare in other regional cuisines.

Sichuan cuisine holds a reputation for its variety of seasonings used, as each dish requires different cooking methods. As the saying goes, 'one dish with one flavour, with one hundred dishes come hundred flavours.’

Sichuan food is most well-known for its hot and spicy flavour, though it may sport sweet and sour flavours too, which is very different than Cantonese cuisine. The most commonly used spices you can find in most households and eateries are "The Five Fragrances" which consist of fennel, pepper, aniseed, cinnamon, and clove; chilli and Sichuan pepper.

Source: China Highlights



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