De Kas, Amsterdam is an unusual restaurant that truly has something unique to bring to the table—the food that it serves is cooked the same day that it's plucked from the ground, tree or vine. With the eatery surrounded by lush green gardens made up of about 70 different herbs and veggies, it really takes the concept of fresh food to the next level. To play off this idea, diners actually eat inside of the glass greenhouse structure, which provides a view into the kitchen, giving a complete view of the process from farm to table.
The property was once in danger of being demolished, but with the help from celebrity chef Gert Jan Hageman, De Kas is now a booming eatery that serves anywhere around 1,000 people per week.
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