From Amsterdam's best handmade stroopwafel to the Netherlands' favourite croquette, delicious pancakes to amazing Surinamese you've probably never had, and so much more. Explore the food culture of the Netherlands and enjoy the best quintessential Dutch and ethnic dishes in Amsterdam - in less than 2 hours. Eat, walk, repeat!
*FOOD IS NOT INCLUDED. THIS IS A SELF-GUIDED FOOD TOUR IN PDF FORMAT.
What's on the menu?
- Fresh croquette from an iconic family-owned Dutch bakery since 1941
- A unique mix of Surinamese dishes including 'Pom' (Suriname's national dish)
- The "must-try" Dutch herring and kibbeling (fried cod)
- Poffertjes (mini pancakes) or Dutch pancakes (an alternative stop)
- Amsterdam's best freshly made stroopwafel from a 45-year-old family business (as seen on Anthony Bourdain's "The Layover")
- Hand-cut fries with a quintessential Dutch sauce combo
*Vegetarian options are available at all locations except the fish stop
How to download your free Amsterdam Do-It-Yourself Foodie Tour?
To join this experience, you must reserve a time slot in advance. This experience runs Monday, Wednesday to Saturday between 11 am and 3 pm. Book your time slot via this link. Fill in your City Card number and the relevant information, and you'll receive a booking confirmation email with the downloadable link for this PDF guide, as well as a free 24-hour Amsterdam itinerary.
- You'll visit 6 foodie stops in De Pijp neighbourhood and the Albert Cuyp Market
- You'll get exclusive deals and tastings at 4 locations when you flash your PDF food tour guide on your phone or paper
- You'll discover fun tidbits about the food and behind-the-scenes stories about our local food heroes
- Each PDF guide comes with Google Maps links for you to easily navigate your way around
- You'll learn about the neighbourhood, market and some useful Dutch words
- You'll get more restaurant recommendations and a free 24-hour Amsterdam itinerary
How to use this PDF guide
Before you begin, read the FAQ in the PDF guide for more information. On the day of the experience, get your City Card scanned at the first location and follow the instructions in the guide.
Note: Make sure your City Card is valid at the time of use.