Thai Restaurant Bird

Thai Bird outsideWhen entering restaurant Bird, you imagine yourself in Thailand. According to the owners of Bird, the meals of restaurant Bird are even better than you'll get them in Thailand! Such a statement demands to be tested, don't you think? Well, we tried it and we surely do love the delicious meals over there!

Bird was the first Thai restaurant in Chinatown Amsterdam, and is since 1993 located on the popular Zeedijk. It is well-known by locals and people outside of Amsterdam. There are at least 110 seats in the restaurant, divided over three separate rooms, which keeps the restaurant comfortable in each room. Groups are welcome, but it is only possible to make a reservation for groups of min. 10 persons, from Sunday until Thursday.

Thai Bird vegetablesPeople walk in and out restaurant Bird: If it is busy you can wait for a little while with a drink at the bar, until there is a table available for you.

Bird's specialties

In the kitchen, the Thai cooks only use fresh products to guarantee the high quality. Bird's signature dishes are red and green curry sauses, combined with fish, prawns, beef, chicken or pork. In the Thai kitchen a lot of vegetables are used, that's why there is a wide variety of vegetarian dishes. It is also possible to take away the Thai meals; then you'll get a discount of 10%. See the menu with the wonderful pictures!

Opening times of Thai Restaurant Bird

Thai Bird tableBird is open every day of the year:

Monday - Friday from 16h00 to 23h00
Saturday - Sunday from 13h00 to 23h00

Address and map

Thai Restaurant Bird
Zeedijk 72-74, Amsterdam
T +31(0)20-620 14 42
Go to the website for more information.

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Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal 264
1012 RS Amsterdam
T +31(0)20 - 62 38 622

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