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If you are interested in old machines then DO NOT MISS THIS! The volunteers are passionate and knowledgeable about the engines and you will see them running. That unmistakable smell of an engineering workshop too. You will understand the working of the machines better too. It was a highlight of our visit to Amsterdam
The Gekroonde Valk was a beer brewery located on Hoogte Kadijk and the beers from the brewery featured a logo of a falcon with a crown on its head. On the company's 100th anniversary in 1891, a cast-iron statue of a crowned falcon outside the entrance to the brewery, where it still stands.
It's okay, but I wouldn't go out...
"Franzis Engels presents contemporary art from over 25 artists"
reviewed January 5, 2018 by ArtAlert
The gallery takes part in several national en international Art Fairs. Because off the wayward selection of artists who experiment with new materials and expressions, the gallery in short notice gained a renomated place in the international art world.
I thoroughly enjoyed Evelien’s chocolate tour. It was the right combination of chocolate and Amsterdam history with stops in fabulous chocolate shops along the way. Evelien is a knowledgeable and attentive host. She takes you to the best shops Amsterdam has to offer. You also have a preview of Neighborhoods for return visiting. I highly recommend.
Wonderful staff and atmosphere, food is delicious and locally sourced and Instagram worthy! It is a must go place, not cheap but that’s because they take pride in the food they produce and source it locally. I had Eggs Florentine and an oat milk flat white, best meal I had whilst in Amsterdam, you won’t be disappointed!
Nice small cafe off beaten track serving Indonesian food. We had prawn crackers with (delicious) peanut sauce followed by mackerel and vegetarian plate. Food was good, accompanied by an excellent local draught beer, and atmosphere was lively. We were lucky to get a table so would recommend reserving in advance.
Restaurant with the right heart in place. You get good value for money and the chef doesn’t try too hard to be a fancy place. This is a very low key organic restaurant situated in a converted former warehouse next to a canal, close to the famous city zoo. The location is excellent and ambience is cozy. The menu is...
$$ - $$$ • Bar, Cafe, European, Brew Pub, Dutch, International
reviewed November 10, 2019 by Miriam C
We happened upon this cafe on our way to the gorgeous windmill in Amsterdam.
The cafe was very pleasant situated in a lovely spot too (from inside we saw the bridges open), the food was very tasty and service friendly and good.