Restaurant Wils pays tribute to the true core of every kitchen: Fire.
Our guests can dine at the kitchen- and bar counter or at a classic table setting. The roof terrace is overlooking the Olympic stadium. Our chefs cook refined dishes in an open kitchen with a fire pit, woodstove and bake sourdough bread in woodfire ovens.
The restaurant owes its name from the architect Jan Wils, who designed the Olympic stadium and surrounding buildings. With his design the Olympic fire returned to the Olympic games in 1928, the year Amsterdam held the games.
Wils received a Michelin star a year after opening.