Sarphati Hotel Amsterdam

Sarphatipark 58, (formerly Hotel Albert), Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, 1073, The Netherlands
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15%
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Average
24%
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Poor
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16

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Eating gluten-free in Amsterdam

by nlreilly

Can anyone recommend any restaurants that serve gluten free in the Amsterdam city centre area? Anyone serving gluten-free beer? Thank you.

Re: Eating gluten-free in Amsterdam

by Pijlmans

Hi,

Not from personal experience but from google, have a look here: http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g188590-i60-k1827738-Wheat_free_or_gluten_free_dining_in_Amsterdam-Amsterdam_Noord_Holland.html

Cheers,
Dennis

Re: Eating gluten-free in Amsterdam

by ATLC

Grrr, I pushed the wrong button and lost the list I was making here!
It is wise to announce beforehand about your diet so that the kitchen can prepare.
These restaurants all have good recommendations on the internet (all in Dutch).

Again:

'Van de Markt'
http://www.vandemarkt.nl/

Pizza (yes!) at 'De Italiaan'
http://www.deitaliaan.com/

'Indian Roti Room'
http://www.indiarotiroom.nl/locatie_india_roti_room.htm

Japanese at Yamazato (at the Okura Hotel)
http://www.yamazato.nl/en/Home.html

Spanish at Tapa Feliz
http://www.tapafeliz.nl/

And then:
http://www.restaurantlooks.nl/
http://www.iens.nl/restaurant/1414/amsterdam-liefhebber

Re: Eating gluten-free in Amsterdam

by ATLC

About the beer:

Mongozo is certified fairtrade and glutenfree beer.

More info (in Dutch)
http://www.mongozo.com/en/home
http://www.bierenco.nl/

I can't see any pubs serving it.
But you can buy it at a cash & carry here:

Drinks Drive Inn AMSTERDAM
Veemarkt 57
1019 DA Amsterdam
Tel. 020 - 4686895

Re: Eating gluten-free in Amsterdam

by pieter_jan_v

Let me add:

http://www.haesjeclaes.nl/?language=en_EN

and

Café Oosterling at Utrechtsestraat 140 for the beer.

PJ

Re: Eating gluten-free in Amsterdam

by nlreilly

Thanks everyone for your help.

Travel Tips for Amsterdam

City web site

by ealgisi

Want to have general information about the city, events, shops, restaurants etc...
I suggest to go and check out the official Rovaniemi city web site, you can also download brochures, maps, etc...

http://www.iamsterdam.com/

Days of Innocence, August 2002

by bakpakchik

This picture was by Jill taken shortly before she ordered a 'space cake' and I asked 'What's a space cake?' - much to the amusement of the girls. As I said, days of innocence.

My idea of fun was to walk around the city and to spend a LOT of time at the Van Gogh museum. Live sex shows and trying legal drugs was nowhere on my agenda. What's funnier is that I didn't even know about Amsterdam's claim to fame as the unofficial sex, drugs and booze capital of the world till I was already there for a day.

Walk, walk and walk some more....

by Chemeketa

Walk, walk and walk some more. DO NOT even bother with renting a car. Not only will you get in great shape (ha!), you see everything and avoid the Parking Politie. I loved all of Amsterdam - from the seedy to the elegant; it's all fabulous. The locals have a great attitude about life and enjoy it whenever the opportunity strikes. I am really going to miss the lifestyle and the sky.

Winter in Amsterdam.

by A2002

This picture is taken in Damrak - a big square with several tourist attractions. Behind us in the picture is the palace and a temporary ice skating rink with artificial snow. There are some stalls around selling donut, nuts, sugar floss, waffles, sausages, etc.

research the internet before you go

by excitableone

for one year i prepared for our trip to amsterdam, looking up every aspect of the trip.. besides this site which is the best i reccomend anyone with questions about amsterdam to go to http://www.channels.nl/
there are a few people from here that help on that site as well as some very friendly amsterdam natives...

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