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Amsterdam Jordaan District Food Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Experience the trendy Jordaan district like a local
  • Walking tour includes a stop a eight eateries with 12 samples included
  • Discover Amsterdam’s culinary traditions and history with your guide
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Amsterdam Jordaan District Food Walking Tour
From US$ 94.46
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Amsterdam Jordaan District Food Walking Tour
US$ 94.46
Overview
Discover often-overlooked Dutch cuisine with a walking tour of Jordaan’s top food spots. Stroll off the beaten track in Amsterdam and immerse yourself in the city’s gastronomical culture with visits to eight different eateries, sampling specialties including Gouda, bitterballen (Dutch meatballs), and licorice. Benefit from the small-group size with personalized recommendations and intimate insight into the district’s food and landmarks.
What to Expect

Meet your guide at a location in central Amsterdam’s trendy Jordaan district, and set off through the neighborhood on a tour of its gastronomical highlights.

Get a taste of authentic Dutch food at eight different eateries along your tour. Sample traditional delicacies, including bitterballen (Dutch meatballs), Gouda cheese, smoked sausage, pickled herring, and licorice, and learn more about Amsterdam’s culture and history from your local guide. Between stops, admire the canals, buildings, and landmarks the city is famous for, including a stop in front of the Anne Frank House.

Conclude your trip near your original point of departure, and continue your exploration of the city with new insight and top tips for the rest of your visit.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Great fun and food

We were in a small group met by chef Estephan. We had the opportunity to taste so many different foods from different shops and restaurants. We did stop in small pubs and cafes and I guess you could order beer or alcoholic drinks but it...More

Thank ParnellyMichigan
Reviewed 2 days ago
Fun tour, diverse selection of foods

One of the things I enjoy about food tours is the opportunity to try foods I might not normally encounter on my travels. Our tour with Aileen certainly met this description. We stopped at the butcher for ham and sausage, the cheese store for Gouda...More

Thank ojerio
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Great value for drinkers, otherwise...

I wish there was a star between average and very good as the tour was fine, good, not very good. We love a food tour and do them in every place we visit, as they go this one was at the top end price wise....More

Thank TinksEyeView
EatingEuropeTeam, Guest Relations Manager at Eating Amsterdam Food Tours, responded to this reviewResponded today

Thank you for joining us on our Jordaan Food Tour and for taking the time to give this feedback. We’re very sorry that our tour didn’t meet your expectations in terms of the small, intimate group experience you were looking for – and which we...More

Reviewed 5 days ago
Fun Tour Led by a Charming, Knowledgeable Local!

I did the Jordaan tour on a recent business trip to the Netherlands. Our small group (10 people) was led by Mirka Ridder, a lovely local who grew up in the Jordaan neighborhood of Amsterdam. She shared interesting food insights along with cultural and historical...More

Thank Amy M
Reviewed 1 week ago
A Wonderful Experience !

We went on a walking food tour of the Jordaan area with guide Estephen in late August. Can do nothing but rave about the experience. Estephen was one of the best guides that we have ever toured with. Very personable, provided lots of information and...More

Thank CYOW-Travellers
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Darzpar
9 September 2018|
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Response from Scott L | Reviewed this property |
About three hours
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Lewis B
2 September 2018|
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Response from cruiseagentandtaxman | Reviewed this property |
Best to contact the tour operator. They are very responsive. Despite my handle, I was just a tourist for this trip!
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Erin T
24 August 2018|
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Response from cruiseagentandtaxman | Reviewed this property |
Its close. Just tell the guide and if necessary leave early but it shouldn't be a problem
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