Where to eat in Amsterdam
When traveling, I usually avoid junk food and a whole range of fast foods, which usually have no nutritional value that I need for the whole day of sightseeing. In Amsterdam, I looked around for pleasant cafes or small restaurants, and there were plenty of those in there. Unfortunately, Amsterdam is a very touristy destination, which means that most of the best places in the city center can be occupied – so it’s worth taking advantage of booking a table prior to your visit.
Amsterdam is also not a cheap place to stay – be prepared for rather higher bills than in your home country. The functioning currency is euro, there is also no problem with card payments.
Cafe de Bazel – the perfect place for breakfast and coffee in Amsterdam
Beautiful interior of the cafe on the way to the museum
Jacketz – Amsterdam’s baked potatoes
Omelegg in Amsterdam – breakfast of champions worth waiting in the queue
In Amsterdam you can spot cozy cafes at every corner. Lactose-free options are widely available too.
Dutch cheeses are also worth trying. In addition to traditional flavors, you can find various interesting combinations such as herbal, pesto, paprika and even lavender.
Different types of waffles are also a popular snack in Amsterdam. We bought ours near the museum (Rijksmuseum)