The secret ingredient at the Conservatorium Hotel is the chefs who select them

Taiko restaurant
Enjoy contemporary Asian cuisine at Taiko in the Conservatorium Hotel. Named after the ancient Japanese drums said to beat a mythic rhythm, Taiko is chef Schilo van Coevorden’s Asian-inspired restaurant situated within the hotel. With a live Taiko player beating harmonious rhythms every evening, Schilo’s explosive yet delicate Asian flavours are matched with a beautiful backdrop.

Introducing the Brasserie & Lounge in the heart of Amsterdam
Essential to the Conservatorium Hotel’s vision of elegance, good living and cultural distinction has been the creation of restaurants and bars which appeal to guests of the hotel as well as Amsterdam’s locals and the city’s international visitors. The dining experience at the Conservatorium’s Brasserie & Lounge is also under the direction of the celebrated chef Schilo van Coevorden.

About chef Schilo van Coevorden
Hometown-chef Schilo is responsible for the Taiko and Tunes Bar concepts, where he positions contemporary Asian cuisine on the gastronomic map. The style of his food and menu has evolved through the years, adapting many different cuisines from all over the world, but always based on classic and often simple preparations, showing great respect to the purity of fresh, local and seasonal products. Working with local suppliers and farmers, he has developed his own unique style that captivates the heart and taste buds of many well-travelled food aficionados. Schilo has a solid culinary and creative base, and an impressive background in opening culinary attractions which have all become very successful and ‘places to be’ for the local clientele.