Almost every fancy city in the world has one, and now Amsterdam has one as well: an indoor food market! If you don’t know what to eat or what to choose… Don’t make it too difficult for yourself and visit the ‘Foodhallen’. In this old tram shed, there are enough stands that are more than happy to present you their kitchen.
Meatlovers can have an appetizing culinary round along the stalls like the Butcher (yes, it’s in the name), The Rough kitchen (try their pulled pork sandwiches, these guys know how to serve a little piggy at its best!) or maybe Jabugo, which serves little tapas like their speciality Iberico ham which will make you day-dream like you are in Spain.
But there is more! You can find more healthy choices at Friska, they serve look-a-like sushi although these ‘sushi’s’ will overcome your expectations (combined with one of their juices, definitely recommended for Sunday-hangovers!). Not full yet? Finish your culinary trip with frozen (guilt-free) yoghurt from Yogen früz.
There are many food stalls; therefore you should go more than once, so you can try all of them! If you are able to visit the “Foodhallen” during the week, I recommend you do that instead of going on the weekends. Weekends are really crowded, although the food at most of the stands is worth a wait, however you don’t want to look for a spot while your bum is cold since you’d have to sit on the floor.