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In the area for two nights for work and looking for places to check out, this kept on popping up and was a great find. Small intimate bar with seating for about ten with plentiful tables in the seating area around. Unreal beer selection and...More
This is a great Belgian beer bar with good local food, and the best bitterballen I had in Amsterdam. My partner is a brewer, so on our first night we made our way to this bar. They have all the proper glassware, and we drank...More
Had a meal in here last night and their special of lamb stew was just superb. very tasty indeed ! They have also got a much improved bottle beer list. Only problem was that they no longer accept Visa or Mastercard: just Maestro & cash.
De Zotte is a small and intimate bar with a great atmosphere. We visited a couple of times and there was always a warm welcome. Fabulous selection of bottled beers and the bar staff were very knowledgeable. The food was delicious, not a huge menu...More
You would never guess you are going to have an amazing dinner at this at times completely packed dive bar with one server and virtually no space. Somehow, though you find not only great food but the biggest selection of beer in Amsterdam. Don't get...More
Walk a couple of block out of the tourist area to find this friendly neighborhood bar restaurant. The beer selection is extensive. I especially liked the Belle Fleur IPA and Zoot IPA. Try a kwak for a cultural experience.
We ate steak with mushrooms and...More
We have been burned by some Trip Advisor recommendations on our trip. Some top rated places were subpar. My friend that lives locally recommended this place. We had quite a bit of food and beer and ended up around 50 euro. Highly recommend.
We stayed for two nights in Amsterdam and were told to go there for a meal and beer. What a good recommendation that was. The choice of beer is so enormous that it is hard to choose which one to go for. We also had...More
Amsterdam’s buzzing hub, with its sprawling network of tram rails and a seemingly constant flow of tourists and commuters, yields convenient access to some of the best sightseeing, shopping, and street life in Europe. Closest at hand are the Royal Palace, the quaint shops of Haalremmerdijk, the pedestrianized zones Kalverstraat and Dam Square with popular neighborhoods such as the Red Light District, and the Canal Ring
hardly more than a moment’s stroll away. With the well-connected Centraal Station as Centrum’s base, it's easy to travel farther afield via one of the city’s iconic trams.
Reasonably priced and they do have specials which are often cheaper than some of the normal items. I'd expect to pay from 15 Euros to 20 Euros. Their menu is very similar - price-wise to the Tripel bar (which they also own... More
Reasonably priced and they do have specials which are often cheaper than some of the normal items. I'd expect to pay from 15 Euros to 20 Euros. Their menu is very similar - price-wise to the Tripel bar (which they also own) and you can check this out online but Tripadvisor won't let me out the link to their website.