"When I'm In Holland, I Eat The Pannekoken..."Edit

Pro TipsEdit

  • Cafe vs. Coffeehouse

Local Foods You Should TryEdit


Bacon & Cheese Pannenkoeken

  • Pannekoken
  • Indonesian Food - Try a 'Rijsttafel' (Rice Table) to sample a variety of dishes
  • Jenever - Gin type drink
  • 'Automat' style food from vending machines
  • Bitterballen - Seasoned, fried minced beef ball. Snack on these with your beer.
  • Poffertjes - Small, fluffy pancakes made with yeast and buckwheat flour sold at street corners and market stands.

Tiered: Where to Fuel Up Edit

Screaming BeansEdit


Expresso @ Screaming Beans


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Hungry: Where to Fill Your BellyEdit


Good place for breakfast. They open at 8:30am and serve breakfast until noon.

Upstairs Pancake HouseEdit

Most famous pancake house

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Consistently lauded as the best in Amsterdam, Winkel is famous for their deliciously sweet appeltaartje. Can be a zoo with people on the weekends. Albert Heijn is supposed to be a good alternative with no long lines.

Walk around market...

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Roem Edit

  • Location: Prinsengracht 126, 1015 EA Amsterdam

Cafe de JarenEdit


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French/Dutch Place -- Name???Edit


Tempo Doeloe RestaurantEdit

One of the oldest and best Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam.

Get the 'rice table' to sample a variety of dishes. Be careful of the really hot ones.

Thirsty: Where To Wet Your LipsEdit

Cafe Int Aepjen (Monkey bar)Edit

One of the oldest bars in Amsterdam. Open 3pm - 1am (3am weekends).

Café de SluyswachtEdit

Placeholder - leaning building

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In De WildemanEdit



  • Location: Kolksteeg 3, 1012 PT Amsterdam
  • Tel: 020 638 2348
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Curious: What To See & DoEdit

Electric Ladyland

Canal Tour

'Cafes' - Grey Area

Segway Tour