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Amsterdam's Favorite Food Tour with a Local

  • Sample authentic Dutch cuisine, including stroopwafel and local fish
  • Eat like a local at some of Amsterdam’s most authentic food spots
  • Learn the historical and international influences on the city’s food culture
Amsterdam's Favorite Food Tour with a Local
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12pm tour. Taste the best local bites during an awesome PRIVATE food journey through the city!
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3pm tour. Taste the best local bites during an awesome PRIVATE food journey through the city!
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11am tour. Taste the best local bites during an awesome PRIVATE food journey through the city!
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Finding the best places to eat in a city as big as Amsterdam can be challenging. Skip the hassle with a guided, private tasting tour. On this walk, you sample local delicacies while learning about the city’s food culture from a local guide. Experience authentic Amsterdam tastes at a family-run restaurant, beer cafe, and local market, and receive personalized recommendations and undivided attention from your private tour guide.

What to Expect

Begin your food odyssey at Museumplein in the city centre, at a start time that suits your schedule. Meet your guide and stroll to the local Albert Cuyp market to visit and sample from one of the best fish vendors in town. Take time to browse the busy market before pausing for a stroopwafel, a typical Dutch sweet made with caramel and wafer.

Next, pop into a cafe in De Pijp for a speciality drink, and then on to a local family-run restaurant for more authentic cuisine. Learn about the international influences on Dutch food from your guide and immerse yourself in the city’s food culture as you sit surrounded by locals.

Finish your tour with a short stroll to a beer cafe and get a true taste of tradition with a cheese platter.

Once you’ve had your fill of food and recommendations, you bid your guide farewell in central Amsterdam.

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Reviewed yesterday
Food tour of the Pijp neighborhood

We toured last week with Dina on the day we arrived to Amsterdam. Our biggest problem was we didn't go very hungry. So my advice is DO NOT eat a meal less than 2-3 hours prior! I was under the impression we would have small...More

Thank Sari O
Reviewed 2 days ago
Great time with Joy!

We had a lot of fun on this tour with our guide, Joy! We visited several different locations, trying everything from traditional snacks to meals from some of the many cultures that exist in Amsterdam. It is a diverse city and the tour reflected that....More

Thank Christopher J
Reviewed 2 days ago
With Locals Food Tour Amsterdam

Raul meet us promptly and as we strolled he was informative and engaged. Loved the food we tried , loved the neighborhood and we had a great time! Food Tours are the best!!!! Cheers Gabriella

Thank gabrieor
Reviewed 4 days ago
Individualized, casual, and tasty way to get to know A-dam!

First time doing a food tour with a local and was not disappointed. Raul is the best and his tour was spot on! He had a great plan that was flexible enough to accommodate a recent gluten sensitivity (I had THE best stroopwaffle in town...More

Thank Tracy H
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fab food tour, great guide, interesting part of Amsterdam

Chris was fantastic. He was friendly, knowledgeable, answered all our questions with patience and humour. I highly recommend a Foodies Tour with Chris. He's from Amsterdam and having taken a boat tour then a red light tour with guides from the USA and South Africa...More

Thank 375Karen
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