On the corner of the Westerstraat and the Noordermarkt there is a cornercafe which is called Winkel. If the sun is out they have 2 amazing terrases on both sides. This is a nice stop-off point after... more
Here's another winner! This little hole-in-the-wall has all the battered, rustic charm of its former (pre-1967) life as a "brown cafe" and a great terrace (see photo on website) beside a pretty canal.... more
Went to Poco Loco for my 30th Birthday in April. Definitley a miss when a group of 8 of us turned up.
We should of known after an hour of sitting waiting and noticing that no one else in restaurant... more
Maybe some people had bad experience in this restaurant but , i can insure that i've never eaten such a delicious Pollo Asado. The staff was kind. My fiance and i were totally satisfied. If we go to... more
The great advantage for this restaurant is ....it is located on Damrak street, which is very close to many attractions. Nothing much to add, its an Indian Restaurant and you get Indian food which... more
It's a small restaurant, filled with pictures of mothers. The ambience is amazing, the waitress very nice.
Moeders (= Dutch for mothers) opened in 1990. The owner, Jurriaan, asked all his guests to... more
This restaurant in the neighborhood of the cluster of restaurants near the Leidse Plein, is by far my favourite restaurant where they serve traditional Dutch "pot". A great variety can be ordered of... more
On our first evening in Amsterdam we came across this restaurant more by chance than on purpose. We were looking for a nice restaurant and as Tibet Restaurant seemed to have free tables we decided to... more
My friend took me here my first night in A'dam in 2010. The food was delicious, the decor funky and the company excellent!
As I get older I like ordering 2 appetizers and no main. That way I avoid... more
I usually eat local when I'm visiting somewhere. But Joselito's was a few steps from my hotel, warm and welcoming with pleasant staff and a good menu of tapas (ideal for small people like me).
So I... more
The best brown cafe I have ever visited in Amsterdam - the Dutch equivalent of a traditional English pub but apart from English Norfolk Broad pubs I have never seen an English pub with a platform over... more
The food at the Hotel Restaurant De Lutine is phenominal to say the least. Huge portions and just plain TASTEY! The ambiance is lovely, with much warmth. There is a spectacular view of the boats in... more
An old restaurant, pub and brewery. Have a taste of one of the local brews. Stamppot. This is the traditional Dutch food, specially for the cold winter month. It is a bit greasy, but gives you the... more
This was a really nice "find" on our first night in Amsterdam. Upscale casual, we would call this place in the USA - good quality without pretension. Vooges is on two levels - the downstairs dominated... more
Everytime when I stay in Amsterdam I go to Upstairs. They cook the best pancake. The staffs are very friendly and the service is the best in Amsterdam.
To climb up the stairs is an adventure, to go... more
An authentic Indonesian cuisine from Java, Sumatra, and Bali. A small space with attractive decor and fine china. You will have to ring a bell which I found amusing. Informed servers, friendly and... more
The ONLY good thing about this place is the satellite TV showing sports from around the world. Other than that, the drinks are overpriced, the staff & management are rude, and the service is poor.... more
Barbecue everything, very good and great prices.
The cozy atmosphere and long time logo of LOUSY FOOD AND WARM BEER still remains even with the alterations to the front ceiling and the entrance now... more
Very far from the center , on a non-touristic place you will find a lovely windmill , one of the few that left in Amsterdam.
Inside the windmill there is a beer factory , one of the loveliest i've... more
I always found Rembrandtplein to be the tacky square of Amsterdam, especialy compared to Leidsplein. Maybe it's because of the neon lights in most bars, or the louder and more drunk atmosphere.
It was... more
On our first day in Amsterdam we stumbled upon this cozy restaurant on Spuistraat. It appeared to be quite a good choice, serving traditional Dutch food. You could choose a la carte or a fixed menu... more
This was the first time I'd ever had Rijsttafel ("rice table"), and it was a very tasty experience. Sooooooo good! It's like dining on tons of Indonesian appetizers. They have three different size... more
“The neighborhood of such a city as Amsterdam must supply opportunities for the vices which will spring up in any soil.”
— from an August 1815 entry to “Diary, Reminiscences, and Correspondence” 1869... more
Amsterdam has more than 2000 restaurants. About any kitchen you can imagine is represented. Have a look at the tips our members wrote. Look beyond the most popular, because there are so many hidden...
Amsterdam has more than 2000 restaurants. About any kitchen you can imagine is represented. Have a look at the tips our members wrote. Look beyond the most popular, because there are so many hidden gems.
PetraE and I have taken several breaks in Amsterdam between 2002 and 2007 because we love it so much. This place is fun and lively and colourful and there is so much going on and so many interesting...
Amsterdam, our historical and (too) tolerant capitol has a name that goes in between famous and infamous. The canals with their typical houses enchant many tourists, the Dam(-square) is a great place...