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Bustling Albert Cuypstraat serves as the main drag through De Pijp and the location for Albert Cuyp Market, the largest and most famous of Amsterdam’s many outdoor markets. Beyond this sometimes-frantic thoroughfare, tiny lanes beckon urban explorers in search of the latest trends and hidden gems. Nearly half the residents living in De Pijp are foreigners and a good number of them are students. Here you'll find a multitude of ethnic restaurants, great cafes and bars, and a brilliant array of locally owned shops, all catering to a broad range of budgets and tastes.
De Dageraad (The Dawn) is a subsidiary to the 'Het Schip Museum'. These buildings are excellent examples of the Amsterdam school style (1910 to 1930). The attention to detail, mix of material and play in form are all on display in these buildings. I loved the combinations of brickwork, stone, metal and wood in doorways. The style of ornamentation is...
Andre Hazes was, is still, an icon, the world is missing a very talented dutch folk singer. Pretty statue, it shows Andre in his typical style, one can almost hear him belt out "Kleine jongen" (Little boy) or "Zij gelooft in mij"b(She believes in me), it does credit to the neighborhood to honor him in this way.
Heard heaps about this 2* French restaurant in a Japanese hotel in Amsterdam.... !
Couldn’t wait to try.... we were not disappointed!
The degustation menu simply fab, and the wine list is pretty good.
Visited with the family and the meal was sublime😊
I’ll let the pics do the talking.
€€ - €€€ • French, International, Mediterranean, European
"Reviews say it all."
reviewed 2 days ago by GARRY C
Just round the corner from Sir Albert Hotel in a good location is the Restaurant to visit while in the area,very small but incredibly busy you will need to book .Wonderful Restaurant Manageress who has great attention to detail, therefore the service is excellent combined with food and wine that is just perfect makes for a perfect evening E115 for...
This teppanyaki restaurant is the best i have tried so far. You will enjoy the experience of great food being prepared in front of you. The place is very hard to get into and you need to book way in advance unless you have a good concierge service backing up you credit card. It was the most expensive restaurant i...
€ • Dutch, Cafe, European, Healthy, Central European, International
"Brilliant worth the wait "
reviewed 3 days ago by stevenobrien129a
Heard from the hotel that this was the place for a late breakfast in De Pijp when we arrived there was a queue outside waiting always a good sign, all in we waited 15 minutes but well worth it delicious farm boy omelette light and fluffy, and fresh buttery croissants with Jam, really hit the spot with a freshly squeezed...
€€ - €€€ • Barbecue, French, Steakhouse, European, International
"Just Great "
reviewed 2 days ago by GARRY C
Great Value,Good location, Staff were really friendly,and the menu although small was varied,dinner was beautifully cooked
Worth a visit but book in advance to avoid disappointment E110 for two including wine
We stayed here after a Viking Cruise, it was arranged through the cruise line. It was a 5 star Hotel, great location, beautiful room. Nespresso coffee maker in the room, slippers put out at night with the turn down, marvelous bathroom...I just had trouble figuring out the lighting the first night! We had the breakfast one morning and it was...
I have had the pleasure of staying in room 321 for 2 days with my so. After a friendly, swift check in I was escorted to the room where everything was explained well and where we were surprised with a nice complimentary welcome drink. Room was well equipped and in good working order, and the bath tub was a nice...
I liked this hotel, the staff at check in were very nice, check in was quick and the room was bigger than the average in Amsterdam. We were on the third floor overlooking the street, it was quiet enough even with the trams and very large windows which you could open which was nice rather than enduring air conditioning 24...
My wife and I stayed two nights at this boutique hotel overlooking the canal along the Stadhouderskade and next to the Heiniken Brewery. The Ibis Styles hotel is comprised of two renovated townhouses, four stories high, with an elevator. The rooms are quite small but nicely designed and comfortable. Prices include good wifi and breakfast. It's right on the #4...
"Small, friendly, basic hotel in traditional Amsterdam house"
reviewed 27 October 2017 by Steven H
Rooms are small but not cramped. Some en suite and some with balconies. Bed comfortable. Breakfast includes: cereal, yogurt, toast, boiled eggs, ger cake, tea and coffee. Close to tram routes. We were not disturbed by any noise at night. As is common in Amsterdam, the stairs are steep, which adds to the character but I wouldn't recommend to anyone...