Bussia offers exquisite Italian dining in a charming setting in the heart of Amsterdam’s vibrant Nine Streets. Named after the famous Barolo vineyards, Bussia’s sophisticated Italian cuisine is inspired by classic North Italian culinary tradition with a contemporary interpretation.
Only the finest ingredients are used at Bussia. Most of the produce is sourced directly from Italy, where Bussia works with a co-operative of North Italian farmers. Whenever possible, organic or wild produce is used. As one would expect in a restaurant of this calibre, the bread, pastries and the pasta are all made by hand daily in the Bussia kitchens. As well as the a la carte menu, Bussia offers a 6 course tasting menu (4 courses at lunchtime).
The wine list is extensive and offers fine Italian wines from the main Italian wine-producing regions. In particular, Piemonte Nebbiolo is a speciality and there are as many as 30 Barolo wines to choose from. It is also possible to enjoy Barolo by the glass.
The restaurant is light, spacious, tastefully decorated and features an open kitchen. In addition to the main dining room, Bussia has two private dining areas, each catering for groups of up to 14 people. The private Bar Room is located on the ground floor and the Gallery Room is located on the mezzanine floor.
The atmosphere is relaxed, the staff are friendly and you can linger at your ease over the excellent cuisine and fine wines.