- 25 reviews
Serious coffee & tea shop in the heart of Amsterdam. They know their beans here, and they can help you choose the best coffee brewing process to bring out the flavor in the beans you choose. Teas are also very high quality. Highly recommend!Popular withBusinessLuxury
- 54 reviews
Nobody likes to say that they like Starbucks, but getting off a trans-atlantic flight sometimes makes me want something certain. I know what I'm going to get here. It's decent, not too expensive, and a little bit of home, even if it is corporate and bland.Popular withStudentsBackpackers
Tea! I have finally found a place for tea which isn't ridiculously expensive. A pot (yes, a whole pot!) of tea is the same price as a cup elsewhere. Pair this with one of their deliciously large scones with clotted cream and jam and you have yourself a happy camper. The place is tiny and can only hold 23 people ...
Latei is a beautiful shop and cafe where you can not only eat the delicious food but also buy the chairs you're sitting on. I like the choices they make for jewelry, furniture, and books to sell. A very relaxing, spacious place.Popular withDesignTrendstersFoodies
Just south of Oosterpark, Coffee Bru serves up simple but yummy sandwiches, baked goods and great tea and coffee. The cafe recently won a design award for it's fun eclectic style (tip: sit in the back by the skylight). The staff is friendly and it's a great place to meet up with friends.Popular withFoodiesBudget
Great place for a weekend brunch. Their menu is so varied and different to what you would usually find in this city, that I had to go back to try what I had missed out on the first time. Poached eggs were cooked just right, and the cocktail selection has all the right mixes.Popular withLocalStudentsTrendsters
The Dutch have good coffee in general, but it's typically drunk with milk. So it was a real treat to go to the neat little place and get really, really good and fragrant stuff that you would've felt bad mucking up with milk. They also have all kinds of tasty pastries and sandwiches, and comfortable sofas in the back, under ...Popular withDesignFoodies
If you didn't know about Cafe Batavia, your eyes would likely skim right past it-- there's nothing remarkable about it from the outside. I suppose that's why, despite it's location so near to the train station, it attracts few tourists. Step inside, however, and you'll be glad you did. Batavia has a fantastic selection of Belgian and Dutch beers. Seriously, ...
Hotel Uptown, or Rookies as it is now more effectionatlly known was ideal for our needs as a crash pad for somewhere to stay during our short break to the Dam in April 2008. The phrase you get what you pay for very much rings true here - which was fine as I assume most people visiting Amsterdam are not ...
We were running out of time in Amsterdam... so we had to fit 2 meals in 3 hours in order for us to try actual Dutch food AND try Indonesian Rijsttafel. To kill time before our next meal, we were too tired to walk around but we had to somehow get hungry again... so we decided to go to one ...