10 hotspots for coffee and lunch in Amsterdam
Shop in store, take a look around and discover the special places of the city. A day in town makes hungry! What is finer at such moments than to gain some strength during a delicious lunch. Fortunately enough is possible in the city centre of Amsterdam. It's just what you're hungry for! At least you are good at these 10 hotspots.
At SLA you get salads, juices, soups and snacks that are so tasty that you forget it's super healthy.
Pluk stands for healthy and enjoying. It is a stylish green hotspot where they combine delicious food, juices, coffee, lifestyle and interior.
This cosy place is the ideal location for a great lunch, coffee or a delicious piece of apple pie. Nice, too. Almost the entire interior is on sale.
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In the heart of Amsterdam, the Red Light District, De Koffieschenkerij offers a place with good coffee, cake, lunch and plenty of atmosphere.
In the authentic corner house of Winkel 43 you can go all day long. Taste the famous apple pie or something from the changing lunch menu.
Fresh, artisanal and loaves, cakes and much more. That's what you find when you step into the Last Crumb.
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Ivy & Bros combines coffee, lunch and shopping. Besides delicious food you will also find all kinds of nice fashion accessories and design items.
A few minutes walk from Central Station you will find this cultural restaurant. With a large terrace and harbour on the water it is a good place to stay.
Join this first Omeletterie of the Netherlands and taste delicious omelettes, sandwiches, paninis, fresh fruit juices and homemade patisserie.
Our recommendations for a delicious lunch in Amsterdam
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