When you come to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, you must eat pancake. It was opened in 1973. It is a real old store. It is located in a 17th century warehouse with a small and inconspicuous entrance. The pancakes here are all thin in thickness, but the size is very large. The soft texture is covered with filling juice, and a cup of hot latte feels great.
Old-fashioned specialty store, professional pancake shop. Always want to eat, there are always people in line. It's that simple, it's so magical.
Dining environment: very romantic and comfortable, my husband is even more handsome under the candlelight hahahaha.
Features: They have an international pancake menu, which is very special.
Price: 12-20 Euro.
Recommendation: Four-star recommendation.
My husband and I ordered a salty and a sweet, and found that the salty is too salty, and the sweet is too sweet. It seems that the taste is unappreciable. We cry with our faces/(ㄒoㄒ)/~~
The style of this restaurant suits my liking and the dishes are very delicious.
I brought a local sofa owner to taste it, but the local Dutch didn't like it. He gave him 6 points for a total of 10 points. The reason is that it’s too ordinary. Even if it’s authentic cuisine, the presentation of this restaurant is too ordinary. He recommends other restaurants that are better and more authentic (it is true that this restaurant is all tourists, although it is not in the busiest area. It was speculated)