The tour was entertaining but their fresh waffles was one of the best things we ate in Amsterdam. Amazing!
1 - 10 of 30 reviews
I really like this store on the waterfront of Volendam, It was busy at the front of the store, with people buying waffles with fruit and whipped cream. You can taste little bits of stroopwafel in different flavours in small dishes displayed throughout the store....More
During a tour, the wife and I stopped here for the tour, and bought some items to take home. They have the most amazing caramel filled waffles. I have to do some research to see if they ship to the US. Fantastic bakery.
This place was divine! The smell hits you from the street. There are timed demonstrations for tour groups but you can simply watch over the counter and see syrup waffles being made fresh! With so many different toppings, it is all so tempting! The packaged...More
We stopped in here as part of a guided tour. They are very organized and they made the experience a lot of fun. They even encourage participation by having one of the audience help in the process, or at least they did for our group....More
Learn how a stroopwafel is made, try different varieties and eat/buy loads!!! The whole shop smells divine! These yummy desserts are so good freshly made, sadly in most places they are commercially made and sold, but here they make it by hand and trust me...More
Honestly, best wafels I have ever eaten. They are made in front of you and the smells of syrup and chocolate are INCREDIBLE in the store! They also offer a wafel-making demo downstairs. Kendra did the demo and she was wonderful.
Came here as part of a tour. We had a demonstration, which to be honest was great, very funny and informative. After the tour you can taste some waffles (when we got to the samples there wasn’t any left). So we bought some chocolate waffles...More
If you visit Volendam, you should definetely visit this bakery. They make any kind of wafels and also the traditional stroopwafels, and also with chocolate and other flavours. They also do cooking shows to explain the recipe, and they have a nice and tiny museum...More