I think everyone should try this place, with tasty dishes in a fairly unusual setting ... the restaurant is decorated, in fact covered, with photographs of mothers! Whose? Well, the staff, the customers, everyone who wanted to pay tribute to their mother by leaving her photo here! The price is very average, the portions are quite generous and they cook typical filling Northern European fare. Recommended.
It is a restaurant with typical Dutch food, very small but cozy and where the service is exceptional. The quality of the food is very good, especially the fish (if you can try the Paling, in Spain it is known as anguila), and the price even better (ours came out to 30€ a person.
Its near RijksmuseumIts, between Vondelpark and the Van Gogh Museum and is one of the oldest and most famous Indonesian restaurants in Holland. The treatment was great and the waiters were very friendly. On the menu (in English) i´ll explain what you can eat in Rijsttafel. The price is 29.50 per person and consists of 20 unusual dishes: - Nasi - Sajor - Babi Ketjap - Daging Mature - Ajam - Sateh - Krupuk - Sajoran SG - SG Tahu - SG Kering - Gado Gado - Serundeng - Pisang Goreng - Rudjak Manis - Atjar - Sambal - Katjang
A rough translation: Beef, chicken, pork, rice, soybean, cucumber, toasted coconut, tofu, omelette, meatballs, fried plantains, soup, sauces ... It's like 20 different tapas. They have a variety so if you like to try something new you'll love it. It is quick and friendly, has a terrace for coffee and we were seated quickly. As a picture paints a thousand words, thanks to the waiter, you can see for yourselves. Anyway, we sure loved it!
Cafe Heffer has a distinguished touch with old, refined decor kept spotlessly clean. Once we settled in, we found the cafe comfortable and relaxing...they was quiet music in the background and small groups of people enjoying coffee and conversation. We were served promptly with a smile. If I go back to Amsterdam, I'll be sure to come back. The high chairs were a little uncomfortable, but other than that it's a great place to recharge before catching the train to Brussels.
Located in the pedestrian street of Warmoesstraat, in the heart of Amsterd, this small establishment has a special offer for about 11 or 12 euros. You can choose between a tasty grilled steak (excellent) or grilled chicken, accompanied by chips and salad. You can start with either a very good focaccia or a tomato soup. There are other menu options as well, with main dishes including veal, Argentine beef, salmon and grilled shrimp. An extensive wine list is available, but it's a bit expensive, from 20 euros up.
Het Karbeel is a spectacular cheese fondue bar in Amsterdam. We went there yesterday and had Swiss cheese and went back today for the Parma. The fondue is moderately priced (a fondue for two, which is more than enough, was €16.50). Highly recommended!
The Hard Rock Cafe is one of the best restaurants that I´ve ever been. There is great music, a good environment and many things to buy from shirts to pins. The only bad thing is that it´s a bit expensive, but worth it.
Cafe de Jaren is one of the restaurants in Amsterdam that you definitely shouldn´t miss. It is near the plaza in the center of Muntplein. It is a modern place with different areas for different ambiences. You could have a beer in one, you could sit and relax while sipping a coffee on the top floor or you could enjoy a sandwich at the restaurant with a terrace. They serve Dutch and international food.