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Had a menu. Starter, a try out of 3 dishes was very good. Than a rib-eye. The rib-eye was cold and not tasty at all.
Did not try the desert but took a cup a coffee, during which I had an eye-contact with a mouse.
Popped in for some late lunch and for some respite from a torrential downpour! The atmosphere is cosy, staff welcoming and food delicious.
I had the Warm Caprese Melt, which is tomato, basil pesto and cheese toasted on a large baguette served with a side...More
We arrived at our hotel on the Herengracht around 6:00 pm and just wanted a casual spot for dinner. The staff at our hotel suggested Ludens, which was just around the corner on the next canal (The Singel - although you can enter the restaurant...More
Luden Cafe is a few doors down from Dante Kitchen & Bar (see review) and whereas we’d enjoyed the service and the food on Singel, Luden failed to deliver. The service was slow, even for tourist traps in Amsterdam. The burger had all the trimmings...More
Craved a burger, whilst strolling around Amsterdam. Stumbled over this restaurant, so decided to return for tea. Great quality cheese burger , plenty of flavour and came with chips. We eat everything! It was so appreciated, great place, would return.
Such a great location, you can sit on the canal, inside or on a bustling street. Sadly what let it subway was the slow, inattentive service. It wasn’t busy but the staff seemed to just not paying attention to customers. We watched others trying to...More
Enjoyable enough food (a burger for me and seabass for my Dad), and the manager was charming and friendly upon arrival and throughout. Burger was very tasty but could have been more refined. Chips lovely. The sea bass was also good and well presented. A...More
Date of visit: August 2018
niels B, Manager at Luden, responded to this reviewResponded August 23, 2018
It was nice to have you in Luden.. Thank you very much!
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