คนท้องถิ่น 30 คนแนะนำ · ราคาโดยประมาณอยู่ในระดับ 2 จาก 4 ·
The best cheese fondue in Amsterdam! They are proud of it. But they have a lot more, such as venison steak, a homemade ravioli, angus beef burger, chicken satay and meal salads.
To have a beer together with some bitterballs. You never want to have something else! Also dinner for a good price/value ratio
Simple cafe food, but so good and a nice friendly local spot in a beautiful piece of Amsterdam.
“Go there with a bicycle, it's a nice area with many canals. The high tea is very good.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 13 คนแนะนำ
“At the end of the street you'll find this café. It has a nice livingroom ambiance. The grilled cheese sandwiches are my favorite. For everyone who wants to have breakfast or lunch outside but still want to stay close.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 16 คนแนะนำ
“De Gouden Reael, a historic place on the Reaelen Island. The restaurant was described more than once in his novels by Jan Mens and many other Amsterdammers have fond memories of this corner building from the Golden Age.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 23 คนแนะนำ
“Wijncafé Worst also called bar a vin or enoteca in the southern countries. Starring Wine in combination with Sausage and everything to do with charcuterie.”
- คนท้องถิ่น 60 คนแนะนำ
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“Have you ever had the feeling that all of the world’s shopping streets pretty much have the same stuff on offer? Well then, you need to visit Amsterdam’s Haarlemmerstraat – it’s hip, it’s quirky and it’s the perfect spot for hours of relaxed browsing, dining and bar-hopping! Independent entertainment Located in Amsterdam’s Jordaan district, the Haarlemmerstraat – and its extension, the Haarlemmerdijk - is a gem. Offering independent boutiques and speciality stores, little salons, trendy but affordable restaurants and bars and the oldest cinema in Amsterdam, this area will appeal to even the most jaded of world travellers. You are guaranteed to find a special little something from Amsterdam in this alternative shopping district. And with a constant passing parade along the Haarlemmerstraat, you can spend a very entertaining time just watching the world go by. Wide variety With 235 stores offering fashion and accessories, toys, gifts, jewellery, books, electronics and specialty delicatessens– the biggest problem in the Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk will be deciding what to spend your money on. On Wednesdays this decision gets harder as the area’s assortment grows with the organic farmer’s market on the Haarlemmerplein. For more socially-conscious shopping, head to Nukuhiva boutique, whose stylish urban wear proves it's hip to be Fair Trade. Shops are open until 9 p.m. on Thursday evenings, meaning you can perfectly combine a bit of shopping with a bite to eat. Wine and dine The Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk are packed with one little cosy dining and drinking spot after another. Hollandaluz is a Spanish delicatessen and specialty store which brings sunny Andalusia to Amsterdam. Hand-painted tiles, delicious pata negra and glistening hams beckon you inside – and in addition to tasty tapas and sherries, Hollandaluz also sells hand-painted ceramics. Other restaurant favourites include Thai & Co and Scarlett. Also, any restaurant which calls itself Stout! (which means naughty in Dutch) has got to be quite special, and the menu of this mischievous little venue changes every 6 weeks. There’s so much to do in the Haarlemmerbuurt, no matter what your interests are. Shopping, food, drinks or going to the movies. It’s all possible in this neighborhood which we love so much for the small boutiques. Is it time to buy present for a friend? Then try finding something at concept stores Six and Sons or Restored. For gifts for real man you can go to Concrete Matter. Wanna go for a drink? At Ibericus you can go for a glass of wine with the most delicious cured hams. Or have cocktails at Vesper Bar in one of the small side streets. The Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk are worth exploring! ”
- คนท้องถิ่น 8 คนแนะนำ