With "dancing" buildings and bike lanes wider than roads, Amsterdam is a city you have to visit to believe. While I highly recommend spending more than one day in the canal filled capital, European vacations require some quick turnarounds. So to make the most out of your day in Amsterdam, here is our one day food guide.


Bakers and Roasters

If you are looking for an amazing breakfast head on over to De Pip district for Bakers and Roasters. Owned by a Kiwi and a Brazilian, the menu is creative, new, and approachable for all diners. While the restaurant is walk-in only, your wait wont be long on a weekday and well worth it on the weekend.

On the Go Recommendation: Stach

To make the most out of your time in Amsterdam, you may want breakfast on the go. Head over to Stach by the Rijksmuseum for a wide selection of on the go products such as stroop waffles, bakery goods, chia bowls, fresh juices, and sandwiches


The Pantry

The Pantry offers a quiet and laid back setting within the busy city to enjoy hearty traditional Dutch dishes. 



Before checking out the bustling bars and nightlife of Rembrant Square, head around the block to Incanto for an amazing Italian dinner with perfect second story views. Truly in the spirit of Amsterdam, the restaurant is located in an old home up a twisted staircase, making the dining experience both intimate and modern.


Van Ness Cupcakes

For the best cupcakes in Amsterdam check out Van Ness!

Extra Day?

Consider taking a short train trip to the Zandvoort Strand and having lunch on the beach. Here is a shot from our beach lunch at Tent 6.

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