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The Cottage

$$$$

Linnaeusstraat 88, Amsterdam
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If you’re nearing the end of your trip and want a hearty meal where you won't have to do much choosing, head to The Cottage and get the Sunday Roast. You’ll definitely need a reservation for this small slice of England on Oost where you’ll often find families splitting English breakfasts and young kids playing with the crates of toys. The roast will be heavy with meat, grilled vegetables, Yorkshire pudding, horseradish cream, and a gravy designed to shield you from the windy and rainy Amsterdam days. If however, you happen to actually be British and swear that you won’t touch any roast that’s not mum or dad’s, they also have excellent scones, pies, and homemade baked beans.

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