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Popular Restaurants in Amsterdam

If you're a first time visitor to Amsterdam, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Amsterdam.

What are some good restaurants in Amsterdam?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Amsterdam.

Bar Bukowski
10 Oosterpark Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 370 1685
51 Bellamyplein Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wilde zwijnen
Javaplein 23 Amsterdam, Netherlands +31 20 463 3043
Mata Hari
Oudezijds Achterburgwal 22 Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Henry's Bar
11 Oosterpark Amsterdam, NH 020 370 1685
Smokin' Barrels
22 Beukenplein Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 693 3555
Café Gollem
4 Raamsteeg Amsterdam, Netherlands 06 23234851
La Oliva
122-124 Egelantiersstraat Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 320 4316
7 BG Taksteeg Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 320 4132
Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel
1 Kattengat Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 621 2223
Brouwerij Troost
23 Cornelis Troostplein Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 737 1028
Pannenkoekenhuis "Upstairs"
2 Grimburgwal Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 626 5603
Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 420 4420
Kantjil & De Tijger
291-293 Spuistraat Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 620 0994
fa. pekelhaaring
127-129 Van Woustraat Amsterdam, Netherlands 020 679 0460

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Such as Walter's - The Walter Woodbury Bar and Wilde zwijnen"  See More

"Not sure if there will be any food festival in May yet, but Foodhallen is a good alternative."  See More

"You cannot skip beer tasting, o to any Gollem café, Little delirium, Brouwerij Troost (also great burgers), Brouwerij 't IJ in a Moulin!"  See More

"Or to Smokin' Barrels for great hamburgers and lobster."  See More

"For beer I recommend cafe Café Gollem"  See More

"La Oliva in the Jordaan is a great local type of restaurant, and a nice stop when exploring the Jordaan."  See More

"We had some fantastic breakfast in Amsterdam - twice at the super small and cute Gartine and other days a Singel 404 and Broodje Bert."  See More

"Hi, This is the best hoteli think : Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel !"  See More

"If you would like a boat tour I could recommend Reederij P Kooij near the Amsterdam Dungeon (which I not recommend) and the smallest restaurant of the city; Pannenkoekenhuis "Upstairs" Pannenkoeken is typical Dutch food and the restaurant is awesome, there are only 4 tables and you've had to go upstairs on a really tiny stairs!"  See More

"Hi, I dont know how much time you will be there , but if I would have little time I would take a cup of coffee at Cafe Luxembourg or Hoppe ."  See More

"nl/ to try Surinamese Kantjil & De Tijger www."  See More

"Tends to get crowded so get here early fa pekelhaaring for higher end Italian!"  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
  1. Bar Bukowski
  2. Foodhallen
  3. Wilde zwijnen
  4. Mata Hari
  5. Henry's Bar
  6. Smokin' Barrels
  7. Café Gollem
  8. La Oliva
  9. Gartine
  10. Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel
  11. Brouwerij Troost
  12. Pannenkoekenhuis "Upstairs"
  13. Hoppe
  14. Kantjil & De Tijger
  15. fa. pekelhaaring
Where can I find out more about Amsterdam?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Amsterdam locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Amsterdam.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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