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
Right on the water, the Machinist is a unique space with a cinema, meeting rooms and a cafe/restaurant/pub with large windows and an eclectic industrial feel. I went there with a group of 9 girls for a get-together meeting and we had loads of space. The menu had enough variety and reasonable prices so everyone could enjoy themselves. Close to ...
Found this little gem and its gorgeous garden in the back. They serve high tea as well as sandwiches, cakes and other goodies, but they're also known for their "High Wine", the grown-up version of High Tea. The service depended on the server (the second one we had was much better) and the tea was by the pot (always a ...Popular withFoodies
There are 2 locations, both have great food and excellent tea. Went for brunch on Sunday and had to wait about 15 min for a table. But the food was good, big comfy chairs to sit and plan your day. They have free wifi and a very good eggs benedict. They serve high tea and a full english breakfast. Will ...
Great little spot in the Jordaan that specializes in little bites. You can order two or three (or more if you really like) and it allows for you to have a small snack or a more substantial lunch. I had the mini-sandwich with homemade hummus and the mini quiche with ham and courgette. I think that little personal size quiche ...Popular withVegetarianBudget
Just opposite the Waterlooplein you can grab something sweet or salty to snack on at this little café. It's a great spot for lunch, with reasonable prices and a varied menu for paninis, wraps, or the classic Dutch style bread-and-cheese sandwich (try the herb cheese with mustard combination). They also have their own home-made quiche and cakes.Popular withBudgetLocalStudents
At de Magere Brug Café you can enjoy a drink and a bite overlooking one of Amsterdam's most romantic scenes: the 'skinny bridge', after which the café takes it's name. The bridge goes over the Amstel river as it joins the city center, with the Rembrantplein and Waterlooplein just a 5 minute walk away. The café itself caters a typical ...Popular withLocal
Concept dining - that's what the Scandinavian Embassy is all about. Not only fresh food, but also fresh fashion is why Amsterdam's trendiest are heading over to the SE. It's also a novelty to encounter a café/restaurant in Amsterdam that focuses solely on Scandinavian flavours - from their coffee to the way they cook their meat. Breakfast and lunch of ...Popular withDesignTrendsters