Secret Food Tours Amsterdam
When you come on our Amsterdam Secret Food Tour, you will get to try many different types of Dutch culinary delights.
* We will meet close to the Anne Frank House, where we will start with traditional homemade pancakes called "Poffertjes."* After crossing one of the canals, we will stroll through the narrow streets of the Jordaan area, sampling some of the best Dutch cheeses.* Then, we will visit a beautiful hidden garden courtyard, created for a calm space in a busy city.* We will visit a local fishmonger and sample some herring and our traditional kibbeling consisting of battered chunks of fish.* At the next stop we will taste the most local dish called Stamppot that we love to eat, especially in the cold wintertime.* We will end the tour with the best dutch dessert that can't be missed: * Our famous, original and delicious stroopwafel!* Oh, and of course there is our delicious Secret Dish too!
The Jordaan area has a long history of assissimlating merchants, sailors, workers, and immigrants. This open arm atmosphere combined with our quaint streets, and small canals named after flowers, have created a unique area within Amsterdam. Here, families have stayed for generations and they speak a dialect uniquely their own. Another treasure to spring out of this historic enclave is our traditional Dutch Folk music, "smartlap". In addition, the Jordaan area is connected to one off the most important canals in Amsterdam. As with many areas within the Netherlands, change is happening. Jordaan has been able to balance its rich cultural history with change time brings, so visitors to this area enjoy lively bars and restaurants along with quaint smaller more traditional business all within the same winding streets.
Poffertjes (traditional Dutch batter treat)Fresh Stroopwafel from the marketAssortment of Dutch CheesesKibbeling (fried codfish)Fresh HerringTraditional Dutch StamppotOur Mystery Secret Dish
Coffee or teaGlass of local beer (or non-alcoholic options)Jenever (Dutch Gin)Water
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