The Pantry Dutch Restaurant is a little slice of Dutch history and cuisine just a 1 minute walk from the Leidseplein. Traditional Dutch cuisine is rich, hearty and flavoursome. At The Pantry you can choose from a wide selection of delicious dishes and desserts. Not only will you experience the traditional Dutch cooking, you will eat in a uniquely historical Dutch atmosphere that you will never forget. As we reopen in these times, you will need to reserve ahead of your visit.
Moeders Dutch Restaurant prides itself on their honest Dutch cuisine that is made with passion and the same Dutch recipes handed down by mothers over the years. Moeders opened in 1990 and is a firm favourite for locals and tourists alike. The food is really good here and al the Dutch classics are available. Another reason to come is the incredible decor. Photos of mums from all over the world cover the walls. Now there are many hundreds and more arriving all the time. The Moeders Dutch Restaurant atmosphere is informal and cosy. Reservations are necessary as it is popular and see the website for that.
Vijff Vlieghen is an institution in central Amsterdam for those who love Dutch food and tradition. Outside the building you can see that it was built in 1627, but it is in fact a collection of 5 canal houses. Serving delicious Dutch cuisine started here in 1939 and has never stopped. It feels like stepping back in time and is a real food experience. Fabulous atmosphere, food and wines.
Bistro Hansel and Grietje has been a popular café restaurant since 1876, and a warm home for many. Located in the vibrant heart of the Spiegelkwartier, with a lovely sun-drenched terrace and a beautiful view of the Rijksmuseum. We are a cozy lunch and dinner venue that has been a popular destination in Amsterdam for years. During the present moment we are keeping our clients happy with take away food and drink. See the Hansel and Grietje website for the latest menus and our handy listing for more local Dutch restaurants in Amsterdam.
Hollands Hap Hmm Restaurant is situated not so far from Leidseplein, and it is well worth the discovery and the experience. It proudly is a place that only does Dutch cuisine, and we salute that! Hollands Hap Hmm Restaurant has been serving regular customers since 1935. The food is always of the very freshest quality, but also a super price-quality ratio in these times. A very cosy interior design just adds to the experience. So get on over and have more Dutch food in your life.
Restaurant ’t Zwaantje is a popular and busy Dutch restaurant located ideally in the historical Nine streets of Amsterdam. It has a lovely menu of traditional Dutch dishes and an added French flair. Since 19973, it has been feeding the local community and tourists alike. The name means The Little Swan, a bird you can often see on the canals of Amsterdam. Nowadays, ’t Zwaantje is an old-style, typical Dutch restaurant. Over the years, menu options have evolved. The restaurant’s interior has hardly changed over the years and is a joy to see. So put it on your list and head on over. Read more about the restaurant here. To see more local Dutch restaurants, see our handy overview.
Cafe Loetje began about 40 years ago as a neighbourhood pub in Amsterdam South, near the Museumplein. The simple and honest concept of a Dutch brasserie caught on and now there are Cafe Loetjes all across the country. People still love Tham and that is not going to change in a hurry. The menu is really fully of delicious dishes and there is something for all the family. Make a booking, you cannot go wrong, in fact, it can only go right! See the Loetje website for the latest news and menus.
Hemelse Modder is a Dutch restaurant that mixes the best of local cuisine heritage with other influences from around the world. All the ingredients are locally sourced, and a French twist is added, amongst other ideas from other countries. The team works hard to balance the dishes and tastes with some excellent wine pairing. Ingredients are bought from local organic farmers who work in a sustainable way. Many dishes, therefore, are exciting surprises for the clients. One to be added to your list. For the latest menus, see the Hemelse Modder website. For more restaurants like this, see our handy overview.
De Hollandse Pot is a restaurant that serves up all the classic Dutch dishes you would expect. This relatively new restaurant is already a very popular place. The team serve traditional Dutch dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. De Hollandse Pot is the perfect place to meet with friends and family and enjoy great food. Classic starters can be followed by a delicious stamp. There are also many other meat and fish options. You can see the menu here.
De Rozenboom Restaurant is tucked away in a little side street in central Amsterdam. It does deserve your attention and is well worth discovering. It is a little gem of a restaurant for those who love Dutch food and those who want to discover it. All the Dutch classics are available and others always with a little twist. The food is honest and created with the spirit of true Dutch food. The interior is creative,
decorated with delft blue plates and wooden tables and chairs giving it a rustic look. A wonderful and memorable experience.