What people say of Wolf Atelier
Genoten van het 15 gangen menu; mooie combinatie van kleine gerechtjes. Uiteenlopende smaken waarin zeer veel verschillende producten zijn verwerkt. Creatief opgediend in origineel en zeer divers servies. Heel leuk om alles geproefd te hebben. Attente en vlotte bediening. Het steeds opnieuw indekken (wat uiteraard noodzakelijk is) maakt het wel wat ‘onrustig’. Niettemin een geslaagde heerlijke avond!
Aanrader, verbaasd met eigenlijk dat zij meedoen met de restaurant diner cheque maar zo wel toegankelijker voor meer mensen
Moet je echt proberen. Wij kwamen voor de 15 gangen, was echt geen overdaad . Je geniet van elk gerecht. Heerlijk.
We were very much looking forward to it, but the dinner was nothing short of a disaster. The service was the worst I've experienced in Amsterdam, and our request to accommodate our need to leave early for a show received a nod, but zero follow-up. Throughout the evening, the service was disappointing to say the least, but we were hoping the food would make up for it. For the most part, the food was okay, but not mind-blowing - definitely nothing that would justify the cost and the faux-Michelin atmosphere the restaurant tries to create. When the mains arrived, however, we found a living worm (!) in one of them. The server took the dish away, and only a couple of minutes later apologized. We were hoping for some compensation, but none arrived, and the dish was still included in our bill. Only after we complained, the cost of one main dish was deducted. Such a deduction was not enough to compensate appropriately for the disgusting experience, disappointment and aggravation.
I discourage anyone who thinks of going here.
About Wolf Atelier
Chef Michael Wolf opens Wolf Studio
The highly motivated 31-year-old chef cook Michael Wolf (Oud Sluis ***, Vila Joya ** and Envy) will open officially on June 21, 2015 Atelier Wolf. He does this in a large glass area which rests on a railway bridge dating from 1920, located right next to Central Station of Amsterdam.
Why a 'Atelier'? Michael Wolf will challenge himself every day to create innovative dishes. He strives to surprise his guests again and again, to deliver the optimal dining experience.
Wolf Atelier is light and spacious. The monumental railway bridge has an industrial design and is equipped with 80 high glass windows. This workshop offers a 360 degree view of Amsterdam. Due to the large amount of plants and earth tones has something of an urban garden. The open kitchen and small chef's table ensures that Michael Wolf is in continuous contact with his guests.
The menu contains two main sections. In the 'Gallery' is a selection of Michael Wolf's current signature dishes such as lacquered pork belly with fried langoustines, carrot cream and a sauce of spices. " In the 'Atelier' he experiments, innovates and tests dishes out. After feedback from guests the best dishes remain. These will then be included in the "Gallery".
Michael Wolf; "This workshop is tough and nice metropolitan, the perfect setting to look for perfection. Really everything must be right. Not only is the food and wine, including the ambiance, the music, the service and the cocktails, each telling its own story. I cannot judge whether I have ask too much of myself and my team. All I know is that I dreamed of this moment since I was fifteen to and cannot wait to get started!