You know when you're on holiday, you don't want everyday chores. Even though we had a lovely home to ourselves with a more than fully fitted kitchen, we decided to have a semi-prepared fish meal. Paella and garlic prawns.
What to buy: There was a lovely array of fresh fish and fish dishes. There's a counter where you can eat deep fried fish or the famous Dutch New Herring. There's a tiny sink and tap where you can wash your hands. It was quite busy on that Thursday afternoon. We had to wait a bit.
What to pay: Hmm, I think I paid just over 10 euro or so.
A delightfully nostalgic shop with old-fashioned and traditional sweets, chocolates and cookies. Frisian specialities make great gifts or souvenirs!
Opening hours: Monday 13-18 hrs, Tuesday-Friday 9-18 hrs, Saturday 9-17 hrs, Thursdays until 21 hrs.
What to buy: I bought chocolate sprinkles made of Fair Trade chocolate, a bag of frog salmiak liquorice (very salty!), and 4 'drabbelkoeken', a Frisian cookie speciality.
What to pay: 4 Drabbelkoeken (without a tin) are € 4.95.