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Amsterdam City Trip - Restaurants

The best street food, available almost everywhere in Amsterdam, is herring and frites (fries)

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Where to Stay Where to Eat What to See & Do

Bar With No Name
Wolvenstraat 23
31 020 320 0843

Bar/Small Plates

Broodje Bert
Singel 321, 1012 WK
31 020 623 0382

Dutch

De Bakkerswinkel
Amsterdam Central
Zeedijk 37, 1012 AR
31 020 489 8000

Other locations:
Amsterdam South
Roelof Hartstraat 68, 1071 VM
31 020 662 3594

Amsterdam West
Regulateurshuis 1
Polonceaukade 1, 1014 DA
31 020 688 0632

Breakfast/Lunch/High Tea

Le Garage
Ruysdaelstraat 54-56 1071 XE
31 020 679 7176

Contemporary

Koffiehuis De Hoek
Prinsengracht 341, 1016 HK
31 020 625 3872

Coffeehouse

Letting
Prinsenstraat 3, 1015 DA
31 020 627 9393

Dutch/Contemporary

Panama
Oostelijke Handelskade 4, 1019 BM
31 020 311 8686

Spanish

Het Pannekoekhuis
Prinsengracht 191, 1015 DS
31 020 625 1333

Dutch

Restaurant-Café In de Waag
Nieuwmarkt 4, 1012 CR
31 020 422 7772

Dutch/Mediterranean

Restaurant Fifteen
Pakhuis Amsterdam Jollemanhof 9, 1019 GW
31 020 509 5015

Contemporary

Tempo Doeloe
Utrechtsestraat 75 1017 VJ
31 020 625 6718

Indonesian

Where to Eat in Amsterdam

For more restaurants, ratings and cuisines, see GAYOT's Amsterdam Restaurant Search

* Photos by The Netherlands Board of Tourism and Conventions

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