J.C. Braakensiek Room

Rent a restaurant? Come visit Paardenburg. We offer several rooms for private dining, parties and anniversaries. Discover our unique brasserie and restaurant room: the J.C. Braakensiek Room to rent. Location: near Amsterdam, at Ouderkerk aan de Amstel in Amstelveen.

Unique restaurant with historical paintings

Our restaurant and authentic J.C. Braakensiek Room makes a big nod to the tail end of the Golden Age. The century in which Paardenburg was founded. This spacious room is ideal to rent for birthday receptions, weddings, anniversaries, business events and dinners or private dinners and private dining. I can rent our restaurant in different configurations and at any desired part of the day. Business but also for private parties. Do you have specific wishes, questions or do you want to know where you stand if you rent our restaurant? Contact us, we will be happy to help you with a price indication, making your planning and the things you should consider when renting a restaurant. Get in touch

Theatre/ceremony: 55

This layout works well for weddings, presentations or workshops. All attention goes to the front, the place where the bridal couple, the presenter or a live performance presents and deserves attention. 

Sit down dinner: 55

Dining in an atmosphere… that you must come and taste for yourself. This room immediately puts every visitor at ease. It’s like coming home. This room is ideal for festive dinners and business dinners with a personal touch.

Walking dinner: 70

A reception, drinks or walking dinner, in a business or private setting. In this stylish and historic room you are fully equipped and everything is close by: the kitchen, toilets, backyard, conservatory and entrance.

Party layout: 70

The parties held here are by definition a success. The unique atmosphere, place for live performances, a band, DJ or photo booth. The roof is on fire. Enjoy the history, the delicious food, the most beautiful wines and each other!

Johan Coenraad Braakensiek

The paintings in this room were painted around 1890 by Johan Coenraad Braakensiek, a well-known artist and professional illustrator at that time. He made illustrations for newspapers, magazines and books. For example, the illustrations in the book Dik Trom are by him, and one of his works can also be seen in the Rijksmuseum. The story goes that he was a regular guest who at one point could no longer pay his bar bill. In return, he made this series of paintings that still embellish the Paardenburg brasserie to this day.


Kom langs voor een vrijblijvende bezichtiging. We ontvangen je met een gratis lunch voor twee in onze brasserie.


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