Restaurants for Business Travelers in Amsterdam 

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  • 1

    Sama Sebo

    2 reviews

    Amsterdam is known for good Indonesian food. After all, the Netherlands once occupied the archipelago under colonial rule. With the days of Imperialism in the past, the two countries now enjoy a healthy exchange of culture, including great cuisine. This is one of the better places to find excellently prepared traditional Indonesian dishes in a refined yet relaxed setting. Situated ...

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  • 2


    8 reviews

    I just love the Dutch answer to McDonalds. FEBO is awesome and I gave out quite a bit of Euro to the chain during my year of living there. If you're in the mood for something quick this is the place to go. I can recommend the chicken burger - delicious!!!

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  • 3

    Café Restaurant Dauphine

    2 reviews

    Very good place for after work drinks and bites

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  • 4

    Screaming Beans

    5 reviews

    Good for a meeting or rendezvous with good coffee. Has seperated tables which competitor coffee company does not have.

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  • 5

    The Pancake Bakery

    12 reviews

    We had the best pancakes we had ever tasted in this restaurant in Amsterdam. Whenever we talk about going back to Amsterdam (it would be our third trip) we always talk about the banana pancakes we had at the Pancake Bakery.

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  • 6

    The Grasshopper Coffeeshop

    15 reviews

    A landmark coffeeshop! There are obvious things you go for coffee, tea, skunk. It has everything you think it will have.

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    3 reviews
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  • 8

    Hard Rock Cafe

    21 reviews

    I'm a bit embarrassed to say that I went to the Hard Rock Café, but I wanted to get a t-shirt for a friend who collects them and I was missing the States. I moped over a burger and a coke, pretending I wasn't in Amsterdam even though I was looking out at a canal.

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  • 9


    9 reviews

    €8,- burgers that make you buy another one cause it's that good. No fries!

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  • 10

    Hotel De Goudfazant

    6 reviews

    I do love me some industrial chic, and Hotel de Goudfazant delivers in spades, shovels and exposed infrastructure. The "Good Pheasant" restaurant features adventurous plates like veal tongue along with less challenging tastes like gnocchi with chioggia beets and goat cheese. I really enjoyed not only the adventure of getting here, but the experience of being here. Exceptional service, great ...

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  • 11

    De Kas

    7 reviews

    Upscale dutch dining may seem like a contradiction in terms, but this is a great little restaurant with an inviting atmosphere and very good food with a social conscience.

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  • 12

    Cafe Winkel

    6 reviews

    The apple pie was almost good enough to hand in my American passport and admit defeat. Yum! The crust was similar to really good cheesecakes and the mix between cakey-ness and apple was perfect. Since the snow was falling (flying?) horizontally outside, a nice cup of mint tea was in order as well. I still don't understand why tea is ...

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  • 13

    Cafe de Jaren

    5 reviews

    Excellent grand cafe--good for people-watching, and with a nice terrace outside on the canal. Not too expensive, with better-than-average Dutch-cafe menu: simple sandwiches, some salads, koffie verkeerd (Dutch-style milky coffee) and fresh orange juice.

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  • 14

    Entrecôte et les Dames

    4 reviews

    Steak, fries and salad. Incredible tarragon sauce for the steak, mayonnaise that's a cut above for the fries (yes, I have been living in Europe for almost 8 years, and I have mayo on my fries. So there, Pulp Fiction.) And to start, fresh, nearly perfect gem lettuce leaves. Other sexy little touches include leaving your bottle of wine on ...

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  • 15


    7 reviews

    This is good for a quick and decent lunch without paying a lot of money. If you get tired of exploring and want something simple, this isn't bad if you happen to be nearby.

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  • 16

    Maoz Falafel

    OK, this is a chain, and I normally don't recommend chains. But a local took me here for a quick bite before a night on the town and it was amazing. Really great falafel with all sorts of toppings, chilis etc you can put on and amazing fries. Not a lot of seating inside - more of a take out ...

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  • 17

    Café de Klos

    Awesome ribs. Nice size serving. Opt for the smoked over the regular ones.

  • 18

    Pancakes! Amsterdam

    4 reviews

    Pancakes aren't just fancy crepes. You can get sweet or savory ones. This restaurant is a cozy little spot that you might miss if you aren't paying attention, but it's worth the hunt.

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    Festina Lente

    4 reviews

    Great beer, great broodjes and great environment. Cozy place to share a beer and an evening!

  • 20


    At Gartine they grow their own vegetables and make their own pastries, and while you won’t find many egg dishes or even mimosas on offer, the pancakes and french toast have a real reputation for delicious-ness.

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