Restaurant goes deli selling all sorts of French delicacies. Small but cute place with nice staff.
They also sell sandwiches. I chose the duck liver mousse sandwich with truffle and pickled onions.
Okay sandwich, but mainly go here for snacks to accompany your drinks.
If there is one thing to eat while in Amsterdam, it should be the crispy Peking duck pancake from this place.
When you don't know they serve great food, you will walk right past it, but that also has its charm.
Pancake costs you 10.5, but you can ask them to split it in half since it is huge.
Next to Vondelpark with super nice owners, always happily chatting with everyone that comes in.
They sell a fixed collection of 6 and a daily special, shared on their instagram.
Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Great lunch or snack, my favourite is the one with olives.
The first Italian deli in the Netherlands — also called 'little Italy.' It's one of those 'I just want everything' shops with gorgeous Italian dishes and ready-to-make pasta.
I went for an Olive Focaccia sandwich with mozzarella, smoked aubergine, and pesto. It was delicious, generously topped, well packed, and only €7.
Food-wise, I am attracted the most to cheese, dough, and wine. All of which they sell at this bakery/wine shop.
They also do sandwiches that sell out rapidly, but their focaccias are a real treat.
Also, the place to go if you want a more special bottle of wine. I would want to run this type of store in a different life.
Went to this place to try bobba for the first time. We’re not disappointed. Even had to cue quite a bit but worth the wait.
They also sell a variety of Taiwanese snacks and lunch dishes which are worth a try.
Authentic bakery close to Amsterdam central station. People tend to walk past it.
They're well-known for cute croissants — small and dense in a good way, crispy on the outside, and fluffy on the inside — delicious!
They also sell really good baguettes and sweet treats. Definitely worth a visit!