Grizzl serves fries the way they are meant to be: fresh, in the skin and right off the land. Together with their sustainable suppliers Grizzl ensures everything is responsibly and respectfully made and processed. As Grizzl calls it, eating with common sense and pleasure! This hotspot in Zuid is a feast on the lips, with delicious fries that are fresh and homemade. Drop by for this scrumptious snack and immerse your fries in the luscious mayonnaise amidst the lovely ambiance and cheerful staff! 

Grizzl,Gelderlandplein 9A (Amsterdam-Zuid) 


Head to the Frietboutique in Amsterdam’s Oud-Zuid neighbourhood for delicious freshly prepared fries (with the skin on, for extra vitamins!). Owners Sammy and Pebbles source their potatoes from local suppliers and even deliver their tasty taters to a long list of top Amsterdam restaurants, including Ron Gastrobar and the Hilton Doubletree.

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Frietboutique, Johannes Verhulststraat 107 (Amsterdam-Zuid)

Vleminckx de Sausmeester

Don’t let the modest size of this shop fool you: they’ve received rave reviews for their Belgian-style fries since the 1950s. But there’s more: Vleminckx de Sausmeester is also famous for (and you might have guessed it from the name) the range of sauces to choose from (25 different kinds!). In addition to the traditional sauces, you can also have your fries slathered with Andalusian, Hawaiian or yellow curry flavours. You’ll have to go back 25 times to try them all.

Vleminckx de sausmeester Amsterdam

Vleminckx de Sausmeester, Voetboogstraat 33 (Amsterdam-Centrum)

Vita’s Friet

Vita has been perfecting the art of the fry for more than 17 years. And her efforts have been deservedly recognised. In 2014, Vita’s Friet’s traditional-style fries were awarded the prize for the best in the Netherlands by the newspaper AD. Find Vita’s stall on the corner of the Dapperstraat and the Commelinstraat from Monday through Saturday and decide for yourself if they’re the crunchiest and tastiest in town.

Vita's Friet Amsterdam

Vita’s Friet, Dappermarkt (Amsterdam-Oost)

Freddy Fryday

At Freddy Fryday, they make their own Funky Fries from potatoes straight off the land, which they dress with a wide variety of toppings inspired by the Canadian Poutine and the "Kapsalon". Chose from one of the classic toppings like the pulled pork with BBQ sauce or the pulled chicken with mozzarella, honey and sesame seeds. But there are vegetarian friendly options too, like the Freddy's Nacho's or the Magic Mushroom. Tip: Freddy has specials, for instance Freddy's Stoof, the Dutch variation on the Poutine.

Freddy Fryday, Linnaeusstraat 36 (Amsterdam-Oost)

Par Hasard

This atmospheric café serves high-quality Belgian frites that surpass the rest. There’s a good reason that Par Hasard has been a repeat recipient of the AD’s Best Fries in Amsterdam award. Skip your dinner plans, and head to one of Par Hasard’s three locations for fries with the perfect crunch and inner-fluffiness dipped in truffle mayo, or other delicious sauces.

Par Hasard, three locations in Amsterdam (De Pijp, Hoofddorppleinbuurt, Zuidoost)


Picking up award after award, these fries alone are enough of a reason to make the short trip to Haarlem (just 20 minutes from Amsterdam Central Station). The crispy Belgian-style frites are made from locally-sourced potatoes and fried to golden perfection in sustainable and natural oils. Friethoes’ food trucks also make an appearance at food festivals around the region. 

Friethoes Haarlem

Friethoes, Kruisweg 43 (Haarlem)

Manneken Pis

You’ll probably spot the crowd from afar at this legendary stall popular among Amsterdammers and tourists alike. At Manneken Pis, spuds plucked from the clay soil in Zeeland are transformed into incredibly fresh and phenomenally tasty Flemish fries. Open until late in the evening, the shop offers 20 sauces that will have you licking your lips, including the unusual ‘weed’ sauce. Extra hungry? Order the largest sized cone, the Obelix - we dare you to finish this portion weighing nearly a kilo!

Manneken Pis Amsterdam

Manneken Pis, Damrak 41 (Amsterdam-Centrum)


If you’re craving generous portions of hand-cut fries, take a seat at Frietsteeg in the Stadionbuurt (stadium district). Open daily, this chippy is located in a historic house on the water, complete with a sunny outdoor terrace. What better place to treat yourself to some of the most delicious fries in the city? You can also choose from more than 20 different sauces, including the Dutch classics.

Frietsteeg Amsterdam

Frietsteeg, Stadionkade 73A (Amsterdam-Zuid)

Pont Neuf

If you haven’t already taken the ferry across the River IJ, drop everything and go now! When it comes to the best chips in Amsterdam Noord, Pont Neuf is a serious contender. This eatery is famous for organic fries that will make your mouth water. In an unusual cooking method, the potatoes are sliced fresh and then baked in soybean oil until crispy. Seating is limited, but the people-watching opportunities make up for it.

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Pont Neuf, Buiksloterweg 5 (Amsterdam-Noord)

Still hungry? See our list of 15 Dutch foods you must try in Amsterdam