During this Amsterdam foodtour, our local guide will introduce you to the typical Dutch food. The non-touristy culinary walking tour will be done in a neighbourhood where the locals live, like the Jordaan and De Pijp. Here you can find the boutique shops and the smaller pubs and restaurants where the locals go.
You will enjoy Dutch food in locally-owned small restaurants. The guide and the local owners will give you a detailed explanation of what you are eating and the origin of each meal. This foodtour exists of six stops and all the food and drinks that are offered are included.
Jordaan area and De Pijp
If you really want to connect with the local food, the history and the locals, then these are the areas where you will have to go to. The foodtour in de Jordaan contains the traditional Dutch food, like cheese, stamppot and poffertjes.
De Pijp is more multicultural so in this neighnourhood, the Dutch food is more influenced by the Dutch maritime history of the 17th century. So in this foodtour, besides the herring, you will taste food from the Surinam cuisine, Indonesian and North African.