World Tapas Day: ESCOBAR and Barça, reviewed
For World Tapas Day on 15 June, Amsterdam Foodie goes in search of tapas restaurants in Amsterdam. ESCOBAR and Barça are up for review of the food & service
Meat, Glorious Meat: Weesper, Rijsel and Cannibale Royale
Amsterdam restaurants serving top-quality meat - from steaks to rotisserie chicken - are on the up. Weesper, Rijsel and Cannibale Royale come under review.
The Unlikely Comeback of Hotel Restaurants in Amsterdam: Wyers and Jansz
After a tough few years, hotel restaurants are finally making a comeback in Amsterdam. Wyers at the Kimpton and Jansz at the Pulitzer are making their mark.
Sama Sebo: the Oldest (and Worst) Indonesian Restaurant in Amsterdam
Sama Sebo may be one of the oldest Indonesian restaurants in Amsterdam, but that doesn't mean it's any good. We put their rijsttafel to the foodie test.
Hyped vs. Hidden: The Avocado Show and Graham’s Kitchen – reviewed
The much-hyped Avocado Show vs. best-kept-secret Graham's Kitchen. Two restaurants in De Pijp neighbourhood come under review by the Amsterdam Foodie.
Amsterdam restaurant reviews: De Culinaire Werkplaats and Café Sage
As plant-based food takes Amsterdam by storm, the Foodie reviews two more vegetarian restaurants in Amsterdam: Cafe Sage and De Culinaire Werkplaats.
MOS restaurant Amsterdam: reviewed
Overlooking the river from the IJdok, Amsterdam restaurant MOS has already earned itself a Michelin star. Read my review of the food here.
10 Budget Restaurants in de Pijp: Balti House, Couscous Club, Taco Cartel and More
From Turkish to tacos and from Indian to Ethiopian, Amsterdam's de Pijp neighbourhood is home to a global gamut of food. Check out these budget restaurants!