Looking out over the Amsterdam canals and the famous Rijksmuseum, the typically Moroccan Arabic Lounge often has bellydancing to accompany your meal.
Set in a first floor building on the Spiegelgracht, this Moroccan restaurant has traditional decor and a cosy and welcoming atmosphere in which to dine.
The cuisine on offer ranges from chicken, fish and prawn starters to orange blossom flan and the interestingly-named 'Sultan's turban' for dessert. As for the main courses, authentic Moroccan tajines feature on the menu, as do various dishes based on cous cous, meat and vegetables. To wash it all down, you can choose from the selection of wine and beers, or simply go for a soft drink.
For a little taste of Morocco in the heart of Amsterdam, the Arabic Lounge has proved to be a popular choice with locals and tourists alike.