Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by Drugsbunny » Sat 23rd Dec 2017 04:46 pm

Chocomel
Ribs from De klos
Anything from febo.
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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by AzLaker » Sat 23rd Dec 2017 06:08 pm

Burger Bar
Wok to Walk
Frites with curry sauce :D :wink:

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by MJ420 » Mon 25th Dec 2017 11:59 am

matty223 wrote:
Fri 22nd Dec 2017 05:23 pm
MJ420 wrote:
Fri 22nd Dec 2017 01:33 pm
Is Cafe Loejte in the city center?
They have one just outside centraal station , one in the de pijp, and a few others around The Netherlands

Peace matty
I know exactly where you are talking about now. I will have to go try their steak when I'm there in FEB. Thanks Matty!

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by matty223 » Mon 25th Dec 2017 12:20 pm

MJ420 wrote:
Mon 25th Dec 2017 11:59 am
matty223 wrote:
Fri 22nd Dec 2017 05:23 pm
MJ420 wrote:
Fri 22nd Dec 2017 01:33 pm
Is Cafe Loejte in the city center?
They have one just outside centraal station , one in the de pijp, and a few others around The Netherlands

Peace matty
I know exactly where you are talking about now. I will have to go try their steak when I'm there in FEB. Thanks Matty!
No worries enjoy, the toffee melt is LEKKER!!!!!!!

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by DeLekkersteNUGS16 » Mon 25th Dec 2017 04:26 pm

Add Salamuera to that list.

Located on Rozengracht a stoned throw away from perennials favorites such as Paradox, 1e Hulp, Mr. K, Funky Monkey and Bronx - this gorgeous restaurant sports top notch Latin-American fusion cuisine (think Argentinian beef meets Peruvian Ceviche meets Mexican street food). Heerlijke eten, gezellige sfeer en aardige personeel.

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by MJ420 » Tue 26th Dec 2017 06:20 am

matty223 wrote:
Mon 25th Dec 2017 12:20 pm
MJ420 wrote:
Mon 25th Dec 2017 11:59 am
matty223 wrote:
Fri 22nd Dec 2017 05:23 pm


They have one just outside centraal station , one in the de pijp, and a few others around The Netherlands

Peace matty
I know exactly where you are talking about now. I will have to go try their steak when I'm there in FEB. Thanks Matty!
No worries enjoy, the toffee melt is LEKKER!!!!!!!
Just reading the name sounds Lekker!

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by matty223 » Tue 26th Dec 2017 05:10 pm

DeLekkersteNUGS16 wrote:
Mon 25th Dec 2017 04:26 pm
Add Salamuera to that list.

Located on Rozengracht a stoned throw away from perennials favorites such as Paradox, 1e Hulp, Mr. K, Funky Monkey and Bronx - this gorgeous restaurant sports top notch Latin-American fusion cuisine (think Argentinian beef meets Peruvian Ceviche meets Mexican street food). Heerlijke eten, gezellige sfeer en aardige personeel.
Have to check this out in April

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by macky » Tue 26th Dec 2017 09:40 pm

Gouda ..Cheese store always on way Albert K. to get coffee ,milk first thing after dropping bags at apartment.

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by jim n soj » Sun 11th Feb 2018 03:09 pm

For us it has to be Broodje Bert, love the place and food.

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by MinnBobber » Mon 12th Feb 2018 04:27 am

Bakkerij Kwakman treats in the morning. Chocolate croissants or custard filled treats :D

We were staying NW of Foodhallen and some mornings I'd bike over to Kwakman for treats. Our host was surprised I did this but biking to a bakery in Amsterdam was a top memory of that trip---

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Re: Food You Look Forward To When In Amsterdam

Post by Drifter » Sat 17th Feb 2018 01:51 pm

herring.

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