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In de Waag Tips (13)

In de Waag

Restaurant In de Waag is located in the historic Waag building at the Nieuwmarkt square.The building dates from 1488 and it's a great setting for the Restaurant-Café, not in the least because the...
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pieter_jan_v
Aug 07, 2014

In De Waag

Chose this restaurant based on reviews from several sites describing it as "romantic" and "candle-lit" with scrumptious food. I was really looking forward to a special dinner with my husband. Well,...
mbgm
Jul 07, 2013

Cafe in De Waag

There's a part of Amsterdam that never sleeps:Nieuwmarkt.In the middle stands the Waag or Weigh house.Originally built in 1488,this characteristic monumental structure now houses Restaurant/cafe In De...
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mickeyboy07
May 30, 2012

In De Waag

This dates back to 1488 formally known as St Antoniespoort forming part of the citys fortifications. Later it became the city’s weigh house. The octagonal tower was added in 1691. Public executions...
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jo104
Apr 04, 2011

In de Waag

The exterieur is as great as the service inside, looks like a small castle, romantic atmosphere, great staff Carpaccio of beef, served with parmesan, pesto, capers and pine-nuts hmmmm andTagliatelle...
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catnl
Apr 04, 2011

In de Waag

In de Waag was once a city gate and is now a lovely candle lit restaurant. At night hundereds of candles are lit. The interior is beautiful with incredibly high ceilings, stone walls and floors, and...
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ingridf_nl
Apr 04, 2011

In de Waag

Got this info from their website and i can't put it any better. Restaurant Cafe In de Waag is located in Amsterdam's oldest medieval city gate, and features meter-thick walls, 300 candles, and a...
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Mique
Apr 04, 2011

De Waag

De Waag was the original weigh house in Amsterdam, and now has the restaurant inside the cavernous space, lit by lots of candles---a very formal, historic place---it also has a nice patio for al...
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dustmon
Sep 17, 2010

Restaurant - Cafe In De Waag

This building dates from the late 15th century and quite obviously formed one of the city's ancient fortifications. Turns out that it once served as one of the gates to the city walls which are long...
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mrclay2000
Apr 06, 2010

Restaurant-Cafe in de Waag

Cafe in de Waag is located perfectly in Amsterdam, just behind a tourist destination: the I Amsterdam sign! :) Close to Dam Square, the cafe has an outdoor terrace for customers to enjoy their food...
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deb.workman
Apr 05, 2010

In de Waag

The Waag (scale) is probably the most beautiful building from the middle ages in the city.In the old days it was a part of a gate and as the name suggests it used to house a scale.The restaurant...
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heryanta
Jul 21, 2007

Local Dutch Cuisine - In De Waag Restaurant

The ambiance here is delightful! Candleabras with real candles, high ceilings and stone floors and walls! Candles, low lighting and wood lend a calm and romantic feel to the place. The restaurant...
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Jun 06, 2006
 
 
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Things to Do Near In de Waag

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De Waag

“Great abundance of riches cannot be gathered and kept by any man without sin.” — Desiderius Erasmus (1466-1536, Dutch theologian and philosopher) Built in 1488 as a fortress to defend the city, what...
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Nieuwmarkt

On Sunday morning around 11 am we found this little rastro (flea market). I really liked it I got a collectable item of KLM' numbered houses (they are 90 of them each one has filled with genebre...
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China Town

The Zeedijk is the curved street on the former sea dike between roughly the Central Station and the Nieuwmarkt square with the Waag building. The Zeedijk still is connected to the China town of...
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Old Church - Oude Kerk

Its name means the "Old Church" which is appropriate given that it is not only Amsterdam's oldest church, but also its oldest structure. It was first built as a small wooden chapel in the early 13th...
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Museum Amstelkring

This church in the attic is exquisite. Built on the top floor over the residence in the building that is now the Museum Amstelkring between 1661 and 1663 it was used for clandestine Catholic services...
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Hash Marihuana Hemp Museum

My cousin (who's a local in Amsterdam) took us to visit the Hash, Marijuana & Hemp Museum. We hadn't even heard about it and my cousin had never been to visit it - but we thought it sounded cool...
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Getting to In de Waag

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Nieuwmarkt 4 - 1012 CR Amsterdam

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  • Sunday 09:00 to 23:00
  • Monday 09:00 to 23:00
  • Tuesday 09:00 to 23:00
  • Wednesday 09:00 to 23:00
  • Thursday 09:00 to 23:00
  • Friday 09:00 to 23:00
  • Saturday 09:00 to 23:00

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