Although not yet up there with Paris and Milan in the gastronomic league table, Amsterdam nevertheless holds its own in the restaurant stakes. Eating out in Amsterdam can both a pleasure and a surprise.
Category: Eating & Restaurants
June 19, 2014
Considering the exquisite elegance of the row houses along the banks, especially at sunset, there’s ample reason to disembark on Amsterdam Canals Cruise with Dinner Cooked On Board.
September 13, 2012
As you’d expect from a country that made its wealth out of international trade in spices, and these days is one of the world’s most visited and international cities, Amsterdam has a huge range of foods and flavors. Without further ado, here’s what to eat in Amsterdam.
August 2, 2012
The Netherlands made itself rich during the 17th century – the Dutch Golden Age – by trading Asian spices through the Dutch East India Company. For over three centuries (1602-1942) what is now Indonesia was a Dutch colony. It’s not surprising then that Indonesian food is plentiful and excellent in Amsterdam.
October 13, 2011
One of the most exciting things about Amsterdam is its diversity. Its history as a trading nation has made it very open-minded, especially in terms of food. To really explore this facet and enjoy the thrill of the bargain find, head for Amsterdam’s markets. My top five are: