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Koh-I-Noor is a family business that has been located on the Westermarkt for more than 25 years. It enjoys a good reputation because of its high quality food, generous portions and efficient service. This cuisine is based on the time-honored art of blending herbs and spices. The menu features dishes from all over India, from tandoori specialties and curries to seafood and rice preparations. A wine menu is also available. During summer, the restaurant is also open for lunch.
Orff is a popular café and restaurant amongst tourists, students and locals. Located close to the Waterlooplein Flea Market and Rembrandt House, it is a convenient place to stop for some breakfast or lunch. It is very spacious inside and modestly furnished, with basic wooden tables and chairs. One of the walls consists mainly of large windows, which allows diners to observe life on Amsterdam's streets. The café has a large terrace which is open from spring to autumn. Orff's menu has a range of sandwiches, salads and burgers.
Patisserie Holtkamp Amsterdam is an Amsterdam tradition when it comes to baked goods and pastries; Dutch people reserve birthday cakes from Holtkamp for loved ones. Of course, the prices are somewhat high, but the flavor is more than worth the penny paid. Chocolate flavors are brought out with complementary liquors and molded into artistic creations. Fruit tarts feature fresh sweet and tart flavors that are as visually attractive as they are delicious. For those who prefer snacks above sweets, Holtkamp also has a quick turnover rate for their quiches and ragouts. Their croquettes are famous, and if you don't know what that is, all the more reason to try one from a shop whose recipe is famous!
De Taart van mijn Tante is famous for incredible-looking cakes that taste heavenly. With two highly creative men behind the concept, some cakes look like they belong in a museum. And they do! Several museums in the Netherlands have exhibited these pastry-wonders that seem to come straight from the Madhatter's Tea Party. You can visit the beautiful patisserie in trendy neighborhood De Pijp and enjoy one of the numerous tastees. The interior suits the servings: everything is colorful, kitsch, retro and there is lots and lots of pink. This place is sweet and a must-visit for anyone who would like to enjoy a sugar-high in Amsterdam.
Pacific Parc is a great place to try steak sandwich and other tasty Dutch dishes along with great music. Popular DJs play good music, tempting enough to make you get up from your seat to dance on the tune, while occasional live music will set your foot tapping. This place believes in customizing its menu according to the season. Kids have a special menu designed for them. So rest assured, when you visit this eatery, you will be served seasons best with all the freshness wrapped inside the food.
At this popular local restaurant, guests enjoy a traditional French or Belgian meal in one of the nicest historical industrial buildings in Netherlands. The building was once a water pumping station and the wonderful but simple atmosphere is enhanced by 22 original floodlights from the old Ajax and Olympic stadiums, both legendary soccer stadiums. The food at Cafe Restaurant Amsterdam is not extravagant but very good, whilst prices remain relatively low. Salads, oysters, fish, soups and steaks all feature on the menu. The wine list comprises a thoughtfully selected cluster of mostly French wines. At this is a popular dining spot, it is advisable to reserve a table.
Bazar Amsterdam is the place to go if you want to have a memorable Middle Eastern meal in Amsterdam. The place serves some delicious dishes that give you a taste of the culinary specialties of this region. Make sure you are in time to get some breakfast, for that is their reason of success and fame. The vibrant decor of the place invites you to linger over a leisurely meal with the family. To know more about the dishes they offer, check the website.
Head over to Groot Melkhuis (The Great Milk House) for some tasty food and café fare. There is plenty of beer on-hand as well. Kids can enjoy themselves in the playground. Check the website for open hours, but expect them to be rockin' from 10am in the summer and during winters you can sit by fireplace and enjoy the delicious meal prepared by the staff there.
Het Kinderkookkafé is a restaurant run entirely by children: they cook, serve, bring the bill and wash up, all with a little help from the friendly grown-up staff, of course. The simple set menu includes a main course and dessert: ingredients are fresh, the food is healthy and prices are very low. On Saturdays and Sundays, children can even cook for their own guests. From 3:30p onwards on Saturdays, kids between the ages of six and 12 can prepare dinner; on Sundays over five can prepare and serve an English style high tea.