“If you’re not a pre-travel researcher, this would be a great thing to do at the top of your trip!”
“I loved getting to explore De Pijp and want to go back. All the food was delicious, especially the fresh stroopwaffels.”
“It was convenient to have “experts” identify traditional Dutch foods and desserts and then simply go and enjoy them!”
Feast on Amsterdam’s best street foods and discover Europe’s biggest day market in our cosy Latin Quarter. Do it all with this self-guided food tour — in under 2 hours.
What's it All About?
Say bye bye to tourist traps and taste the real deal. Sink your teeth into Amsterdam’s best traditional Dutch and ethnic street foods! Amsterdam’s best handmade stroopwafel, the nation’s favourite croquettes, delicious Japanese takoyaki balls and so much more! What’s more? Enjoy exclusive tastings and discounts at 7 locations.
Taste the real thing. Meet our local food heroes and discover their stories. Once it’s over, you’ll be begging for more.
Be Your Own Guide
- Enjoy Amsterdam’s best traditional Dutch and ethnic street foods from 8 family-owned businesses
- Exclusive tastings and discounts at 7 food stops
- Google Maps links to help you get around like a pro
- Stories about our local food heroes
- Neighbourhood guide about De Pijp and the Albert Cuyp Market
- Restaurant recommendations for the rest of your stay
- A free 72-hour Amsterdam itinerary
Wanna Know More?
How does this work?
This is a self-guided food tour. Food is not included. Once you’ve booked your time slot, you’ll get a booking confirmation email with a link to download your PDF guide. The guide contains all the addresses with clickable Google Maps links. Simply flash your individual PDF guide on your phone to get exclusive deals and discounts at 7 locations.
Can I buy one copy for the entire family?
Is this an all-inclusive food tour? What's included?
The food is not included. This is a PDF guide that takes you to 6 – 8 family-owned businesses, filled with the stories behind the establishments and the food you’ll taste. Order according to our recommendation at each stop and pay as you go. What’s more? Tidbits about the neighbourhood and the Albert Cuyp Market, as well as restaurant recommendations for the rest of your stay.
How many stops are there?
You’ll hit up around 6 – 8 foodie stops. All of them are beloved mom-and-pop shops, market stalls and one iconic brand that’s swept the nation by storm since 1941 — and you’ll meet the first family that ever franchised the brand.
What's on the menu?
If you must know, it’s a spread of Amsterdam’s best traditional Dutch, Surinamese, Japanese and Israeli street foods. Starting with the nation’s favourite croquette (deep-fried ragout), followed by Suriname’s national celebratory dish, herring and kibbeling (fried cod), Amsterdam’s best poffertjes (baby pancakes) and stroopwafel (syrup waffle), delicious Japanese takoyaki balls, Israeli smoked meats and twice-fried fries with a special Dutch sauce combo. Come hungry.
How much does the food cost?
After some cool discounts and deals, the total bill is around 20 EUR. For real.
How much walking is involved and how long would it take?
The total walking time is a cool 10 minutes. Sure, you could zipline your way down the market and neighbourhood with your mouth wide open. But it’s a marathon, not a sprint. There are things to see, shops around you, plus devouring the stories, ordering and waiting time, etc. It’ll take you around 1,5 – 2 hours in total.
Are the stalls always open?
Even God needs a break, so no. Sometimes, our local food heroes go on vacation, just like the rest of us. But around 6 stops will always be open.
Can I do this tour if I don't have data on my phone?
This PDF guide contains links to Google Maps for all the foodie stops. Though these places are all really close to each other, we’d advise feeding your phone some data to get around with ease.
Can I do a few stops on one day and continue with the rest on another?
I'm a vegetarian / vegan. Can I join?
Vegetarians, rejoice! We have veggie options for all stops except for two (fish and meat). Vegans, we’re sorry. This country runs on butter and eggs.
Which language is this in?
It’s exclusively in English.
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