Traditional restaurant in Amsterdam, Holland. Opened in 1974, it can be said to be an old store. The old shop is large in size and has a retro Dutch style. Recommend the stampot set meal, the set includes bread and bowl of bean soup, the hot soup also comes with sausage and bacon, the main dish stamppot,
It's beef balls with cabbage and mashed potatoes. Duck legs are also recommended.
For dinner on the first day in Amsterdam, choose this traditional Dutch restaurant near the lively Dam Square. When I came, the shop was full at around 5:30 in the afternoon. After a while, we arrived and ordered 2 dishes recommended by the clerk. The taste was okay.
Coming for the meatballs, there is a road in front of the central railway station. It is quiet on the street. I will miss it if I don't pay attention. It is very feel. The pre-dinner wine is more in my heart than the pre-dinner bread.
This restaurant was packed when we visited on a Tuesday night but they managed to seat eight of us at short notice. The decor was truly Dutch, wood panelled walls and lots of ceramics, the food was good. My Hotchpotch was very tasty and other members of the party couldn''t stop raving about their steaks.
Restaurant Haesje Claes is a traditional Dutch restaurant located next to the history museum. The shop building itself has a history of more than 200 years, and the interior decoration of the shop is very elegant. Here, you can taste very authentic Dutch cuisine, and it is more economical. But a special reminder, if you want to eat here, it is best to book in advance, because there are so many people who come to this restaurant every day to taste the food.