"As a passionate foodie I wanted to taste everything the city had to offer, and to know exactly the story behind it. Inbal and Guy succeeded in giving us three hours of joy to the heart, stomach and soul."
The variety of flavors in Holland that have been melded over the years reveal the Dutch food culture which blends beautifully with the nationalities that have migrated here throughout history and offers us a variety of traditional and new oriental and western flavors. So what do the Dutch eat and where? Let’s find out…
The Netherlands has never boasted and bragged about a richly flavored cuisine and, friends, we’re here to change that. The street food scene in the city is alive and thriving more than ever. You can find something good to eat at every turn. The Albert Cuyp Market is a paradise for market lovers, located in the lively Pipe neighborhood. In the market and in the streets surrounding it, there are endless top-notch food vendors, bars, restaurants, and eateries. Even if this isn’t your first time in the city, we promise you will discover flavors and foods that you have not yet met. We ourselves are constantly surprised by new and exciting places.
Of course we will taste the major players such as Dutch fries, haring and stroopwafels but that’s only the beginning. We’ve gathered the best of the best of foods, places, and stories that make us smile and our stomachs growl just by thinking about it. 3 hours, some stories and lots of food, so don’t say we didn’t tell you to come hungry.
When: Monday to Saturday, morning or afternoon
Duration: Approximately 3 hours
Where: The Albert cuyp market
Price: € 50 per person, all tastings are already included in the tour price