FINALLY. After mostly trying to avoid Rijstafel in Amsterdam due to it’s general overhyped thus overpriced status I can happily say I’ve found a GREAT Indonesia place in Amsterdam. It’s right in the middle of town very near the central station and around the corner from the Red-Light District. I actually avoided going to the […]read more..
Obviously when traveling your are almost always on a budget. And even if money is no object sometimes it’s just nice to have something quick, easy, and light to grab and eat whilst rushing through Amsterdam. VET which is a local butcher on the Zeedijk offers the perfect option. For between 2,50€- 4€ you can […]read more..
This is one of my new go-to cheap place. You can get a great bowl of Pho for around 8€. The first time I went I order a starter of dim sum, which was great, but I found it really hard to finish the Pho afterwards and if you are just looking for a warm, […]read more..
I can finally answer the question “Is there a cheap and good place in Amsterdam to try?” Amsterdam is an expensive place to eat and live, frankly, and there are great places that are good value for what you get. But, I’ve finally found a place which is just cheap and good. I only tried […]read more..
Back in October of 2014 the Food Hallen opened it’s doors. It’s a develop old warehouse space that use to host occasional markets and now is a permanent location for food, movies, crafts and other odds and ends. Located in the west near to the Ten Kate market off the kinnkerstraat it’s in an up […]read more..