Editor:  De Redactie • Publication:  01 January 2018



Pata Negra

Tasty tapas served with a smile in a warm and stylish restaurant, that is Pata Negra in Amsterdam! This authentic Spanish restaurant is a popular spot in the city to have a quick bite or to celebrate something with friends.

The history of Pata Negra

Bringing authentic Spain to Amsterdam, that was the dream of Pedro Garcia Garrido. In 1997 he opened the first restaurant in Amsterdam. In 2012 he opened his third and he also ownes a diner and a nightclub.

The best dishes at Pata Negra

Named for the prized jamon Iberico, which is made from the meat of black hoofed pigs that run free and feed on acorns, you will, of course, find this cured ham at this cheerfully tiled, graffiti-covered landmark, alongside own-import manchego cheese and pimientos de padron, and other tapas favourites, such as patatas bravas, tortillas and deep fried calamari. Wash it all down with a margarita cocktail, a pitcher of sangria or some Spanish beer or wine.

All ingredients are fresh, pure and are imported from Spain by our chefs. This is how they ensure authentic recipes that bring you right back to Spain with every bite. Come by for lunch, dinner or drinks with a bite.

Opening Hours

Sunday till Thursday: 12:00 tot 1:00 (kitchen closes at 23:00)
Friday and Saturday: 12:00 tot 3:00 (kitchen closes at 23:30)

In the neighbouhood


Pata Negra
Utrechtsestraat 124, Amsterdam
+31 (0)20 422 62 50


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