Between Amsterdam’s busy flower market and Herengracht’s famous Golden Bend, you will find yourself in a village-like oasis of pretty gabled houses, cobbled streets and miniature green gardens. “In the old days, this is where the coach houses of the Herengracht mansions used to be,” explains owner Giorgio Biart. “These days, it’s one of Amsterdam’s secret hotspots.” Three years ago, Giorgio opened his family restaurant Campo de’ Fiori here on Reguliersdwarsstraat together with his parents, who also own the nearby Casa di David. Hailing from Rome themselves, the family aptly named it Campo de’ Fiori after one of Rome’s most picturesque squares.