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Amsterdam Dining and Food

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Amsterdam herring

ABOVE: Street food for herring fanciers. INSET BELOW: Frites with mayonnaise.

Dining guides

Frites in AmsterdamAmsterdam's Restaurant Scene
This page from the Amsterdam Hip Guide is accompanied by restaurant reviews with user comments.

Amsterdam Hotspots: Eat
These reviews of quality restaurants include photos, prices, and maps.

Fodor's Amsterdam Restaurants
The guidebook publisher offers mini-reviews of restaurants. If you wish, you can sort the list by cuisine, price, or user ratings.

Places in Amsterdam
A personal, no-holds-barred guide to local restaurants. From Hoeksteen Culinaire.

Restaurants

De Pannenkoeken Boot europeforvisitors.com
Our illustrated article describes a dinner aboard "The Pancake Boat" in Rotterdam, but it also has information on Amsterdam's Pannenkoeken Boot.

Christophe Restaurant
Jean-Christophe Royer founded this long-established gastronome's restaurant on the Leiliegracht, near the Westerkerk and the Anne Frank House. To be sure of getting a table, book ahead on  the Web.


Amsterdam travel resources

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Amsterdam hotels/accommodations

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