We are one of the smallest
But are big in sustainable fish. Look at the site, for more info.
Maar zijn groot in duurzame vis.kijk op de site ,voor meer info.
Zeedijk – One of Amsterdam’s oldest streets
Red Light District
Beer and party atmosphere, sex for sale, and limitless people-watching. The stores are full of hardcore videos, magazines and sex toys. The Red Light District is somewhat of a sexual amusement park and often not taken too seriously by the hordes of tourist who frequent it as other Amsterdam attractions. The famous red window lights are striking against the quaint, old canal houses and even the fairy lights that line the bridges at night are coloured red. Although it is generally considered to be a very safe area, care should still be taken when walking through the quieter streets of the area. There is a strict “no photography” policy.
Where to Eat in the Red Light District
Where to Eat in the Red Light
Amsterdam’s Red Light District certainly has a reputation that precedes it. In fact, for many of us, sordid stories about the neighborhood are some of the very first tales we end up hearing about the city. While the Amsterdam Red Light District
is certainly misunderstood in many ways – it is, after all, home to some of the city’s most scenic canals, oldest churches, and most historic buildings – most of what you have heard is true.Of all the things said about the Red Light District, the fact that you can get some pretty good food there is usually overlooked. While there is no doubt that the area is littered with tourist traps and a
This is a legendary snack bar.
Amsterdamsche Vishandel Anno 1938Open since the early part of last century, Amsterdamsche Vishandel Anno 1938 is a fine example of a friendly old-school Amsterdam fish shop. Everything is vintage about this place, and it is the perfect place to stop in for some Dutch specialties like herring or crispy fried kibbeling.Zeedijk 129
+31 (0)20 624 2070zeedijk129.nl
Open: Tue – Sat 9 am – 5 .30 pm
Zeedijk 129, Amsterdam
When in Amsterdam, do as the Amsterdammers do and enjoy some raw herring, the ultimate Dutch snack. At this landmark shop (est. 1938) you can snack in local fashion; make your purchases inside and then just take the fish by the tail, tilt your head backward, and let the slippery, salty sea creature find its way down. Don't ask for the herring to be cut up and served with chopped onions, like so many people do these days: not only will you be be trampling on tradition, but, according to third-generation owner Gerrie Palmer, you would also lose out on taste.
als je hier een haring eet ,dan gaat er een nieuwe wereld open,zooooo lekker en goed schoongemaakt ,dat vind je niet vaak.
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