Wine Dine and Play: Harvest Market

Harvest Market

The Harvest Market at Concourse "D" at the Amsterdam Schiphol Airport






An Expensive Burger
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Cuisine Style: Dutch, Sandwich Shop
Average Price: $
Overall Rating: 3/5
Dined in: January 2019
By Sean Overpeck (CFE)
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Harvest Market is part of the Redesign Group with a view to enhancing local production, the Harvest market concept is a cafeteria-style restaurant with multiple points of sale kiosks serving everything from sandwiches, cheese, pizza, burgers and more to include alcohol. It was launched at the Belfast, Dublin and Amsterdam Schiphol airports, and is ready for an expansion to several other European airports. It reproduces a typical urban street market, where travelers can stroll and choose local products, fresh seasonal products like Dutch cheese, organic meat and fruits and vegetables direct from local suppliers. The Harvest Market menus are changed frequently, following the seasons, always with a strong emphasis on fresh and healthy ingredients and, whenever possible, organic. Schiphol Amsterdam airport handles more than 45 million passengers every year, and is the 4th in the ranking of Europe’s most trafficked airports, making this Harvest Market location on the of the busiest.

The Harvest Market Kiosk food stations
Harvest Market / Food Kiosks

I was on a layover at Schiphol and though just leaving the United States where hamburgers are a mainstay to fast food American cuisine, I bypassed the sandwich section of the market and settled for the CMB Hamburger with bacon and cheddar cheese, and a Heineken beer. Normally I like my hamburger cooked from medium-rare to medium, but that option was not given and all meat had to be cooked well done. The beef did lack spice with only a small amount in taste, and the texture was bold from the organic grass-fed beef with a nice flavor going well with the beer. The dish was presented with house cut French fries and typical lettuce and tomato accompaniments. 

The cheddar burger and fries with a beer at the Harvest Market in Amsterdam
Harvest Market / Burger and Beer

The burger itself for being cooked well done was one of the more expensive burgers I had ever bought, but taking into account that it was an airport restaurant, the price does seem to go up. I just wish that I could have gotten more for my money. Over the experience was pleasant.  



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Final notes, review basics, observations, and more pictures:

Most reviews are subjective, depending on the writer; but they should also be responsible, and respectfully written, upholding the truth, and accurately conveying the experience to the best of the writer's knowledge, even if it includes metaphors the restaurant may not like to read about. My ratings are by the stars I award (from 0 to 5). The rating is calculated on a point accumulation of six separate factors based on individual experience. They include wine and other beverage selections, plate presentation, customer service, restaurant or café ambiance, food quality, and wow factor. To see more details of this rating list, read this article:

Overall from this experience and the score factors outlined in the ‘about page’ section, based on my individual experience and rating, I give Harvest Market a 3 out of 5 stars, meaning that they not only exceeded my expectations and were far above the average dining experience of most restaurants, but they surpassed outstanding and were extraordinary.

Scores are detailed in the factor chart below:
Formula Factor Conclusions and Overall Ratings for Harvest Market
Max Points Possible:
Total Points Awarded:
Total Points deducted:
Ambiance
11
9
2
Food quality
9
8
1
Plate presentation
5
3
2
Customer service
0
0
0
Alcohol and other beverages
6
5
1
Total regular points awarded
31
25
6
Total percentage — less the Bonus

0.806451612903226

“Wow” factor BONUS
5
0
0
Total bonus percentage

0

Total percentage and bonus for a final star rating

0.806451612903226

Stars Awarded (see chart below)
             0 - 5
3


**A full break down and explanation of the observations and point disbursement is available in the linked article above. To receive a detailed copy of your score, feel free to contact me at any time and I will provide it to you.**


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Overall Star Rating:
3 of 5 Stars: 
81% Rating with a 0 point “wow” bonus
Exceeded my Expectations in Dining Experience
Restaurant style:
Casual dining
Cuisine Style at Harvest Market:
Dutch
Allergen or dietary accommodations: 
Gluten-free choices, Low Carb Choices, Non-GMO, Organic, Vegetarian Options
Reservations:
Not Required
Walk-Ins:
Accepted
Dress code:
Casual attire
Child policy:


The Restaurants reviewed on this site may have a kids menu or cater to them; however, for full enjoyment of food and wine, it is recommended that kids not to be in attendance, unless they have been trained in proper etiquette. 
If not then:
Hire a Babysitter! 
Harvest Market Experiences:
Modern, Trendy, Lounge
Payments:
Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express
Wifi
The restaurants reviewed on this site may have Wi-Fi, but do not require you to go online, because the excitement of the food and wine alone will keep you too entertained instead of checking your social media and emails.
Noise level:
Low
Smoking:
Harvest Market is a non-smoking restaurant
Patio or terrace:
No





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Food Prices 
(excludes, alcohol, taxes & 20% gratuity’s)

$£€¥ -                Under 50.00 (inexpensive)
$£€¥ x 2 -          51.00- 99.00 (moderate)
$£€¥ x 3 -          Over 100.00 (pricey)
$£€¥ x 4 -          Over 200.00 (expensive)
$£€¥ x 5 -          Over 400.00 (very expensive)


**Currencies reflect the world’s major travelers, restaurant, or wine connoisseur’s**

Currency:
Price
European Union (EUR)
United States Dollar (USD)
$
Great Britain Pound Sterling (GBP)
£
Canadian Dollar (CAN)
$
Chinese Yuan (CNY)  
¥¥¥

 Alcohol prices:

€ 4.00 Euros




Harvest Market:

Vertrekpassage 135 
D-Concourse, 1118 AS 
Schiphol, Netherlands




Contact Information: 

Restaurant website:
Serving hours:
Central European Time Zone
(GMT, Zulu, or UTC - BST Offset + 1:00)
Mon-Sun
Open 24 Hours

Social Media 
And 
Accolades for Harvest Market:
Harvest Market Facebook link                










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Other Harvest Market Pictures:


The entrance to Harvest Market at concourse "D" in Amsterdam Airport
Harvest Market / Entrance

The beef display at the Harvest Market
Harvest Market / Burger Display

The open kitchen where the burgers and sausage are cooked at the Harvest Market in Amsterdam
Harvest Market / Open Kitchen

The bacon burger from the Harvest Market
Harvest Market / Bacon Burger

Assorted pizza for sale at the Harvest Market in Amsterdam
Harvest Market / Pizza display

The organic sandwiches for sale at the Harvest Market
Harvest Market / Sandwiches



“Culinary perfection consists not in doing extraordinary things, 
But in doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.”
-Angelique Arnauld (1591-1661)



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TTFN



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