Wynand Fockink is a great place to try genever, the Dutch-invented predecessor to gin.
August 18, 2023
Situated next to the largest windmill in the country, Brouwerij t’IJ is one of the most well-known breweries in Amsterdam.
This canal-side café is a great pit-stop for a dutch apple tart with whipped cream in Jordaan.
August 11, 2023
Dutch directness is epitomized at the aptly named Pannenkoekenhuis Upstairs. What do they serve? Pannenkoeken. Where do they serve it? Upstairs.
Rudi's in De Pijp is home to the best stroopwafels in Amsterdam.
October 14, 2022
Rijks is one of the rare good museum restaurants serving modern Dutch food in Museumkwartier.
October 12, 2022
It's essential to eat fries while in Amsterdam, and the best place to get them is at Ter Marsch in Binnenstad because of their toppings.
The Dutch are some of the biggest consumers of cheese in the world, and Kaasbar in De Pijp is where you should go to give it all a taste.
Head to De Kas in Amsterdam-Oost with a group to eat wonderful produce in their dining room that's a literal greenhouse.
Bring a friend to Restaurant Blauw to share Indonesian dishes after a bike ride through Vondelpark.
Pllek in Amsterdam-Noord is where you should come for plant-based food on a warm day.
We don't recommend anything near Station Centraal except Choux, a restaurant where you can eat Dutch food in what feels like a combination wine store and neighborhood bistro.
101 Gowrie in De Pijp feels simultaneously familiar and buzzy and serves food that will surprise you.
If you forgot to make a reservation, head to Wijmpje Beukers for Dutch food in De Pijp.
Moeders in Jordaan is a shrine to mothers and a necessary intro to traditional Dutch comfort food.
d’Vijff Vlieghen calls itself a culinary museum and serves Dutch dishes in Binnenstad.